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  Posted: 28-Jan-2006, 12:30 PM
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We are pleased to officially introduce you to Ed Miller and the Songs of Scotland!

From his website,

"Ed, a native of Edinburgh, Scotland, now living in Austin, Texas, is a product of the 1960s folk revival in Scotland. He moved to the United States in 1968 to complete his graduate work in Geography, and later Folklore, at the University of Texas at Austin. In addition to his singing career, Ed is the host of a folk music program on Austin's NPR station, KUT-FM. Ed Miller is a performer who has learned his craft in musical venues on both sides of the Atlantic....and a folklorist who brings his love of Scotland to every performance."

Ed was kind enough to send us his entire catalog of CD's which we now have playing on Highlander Radio and can be requested through our online form to play on the broadcast.

Many Highlander Radio regulars know Ed from his famous "Prince of Darkness" track that has been embedded into our broadcast from day 1. It is now ranked as the 7th most requested song of all time on our broadcast!

Welcome Ed Miller!

http://www.songsofscotland.com/



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Congrats! Ed is a brilliant addition to your station. His music amazing!

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QUOTE (Macfive @ 28-Jan-2006, 09:30 AM)
Ed was kind enough to send us his entire catalog of CD's which we now have playing on Highlander Radio and can be requested through our online form to play on the broadcast.



Wow...that is pretty cool, his whole collection!! I hope he knows how well he is liked here at CelticRadio!! thumbs_up.gif


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