Vote here! Vote now! At the age of 16 the first band line up was formed and we have developed ever since. Now 15 years later, with a wealth of knowledge from members of the band we have taken our music to a great height. Our band members have travelled to many countries including Holland, China, Japan and America keeping our great Scottish music alive. The band can cater for all events as we comprise of 2 Accordions, Fiddle, Drums and Keyboard — the sound created is always full of energy and lift. Why are you involved in Scottish music? I have always been interested in music from a very young age by dancing at our high school ceilidhs which highlighted the Scottish genre and made me want to learn the accordion, especially after seeing David Patrick play, I was hooked and the first accordion was bought.
Artists announced for Passport: Back to Our Roots
Album of the Year sponsored by Birnam CD 1. Beyond, by Talisk 2. Drawn From Deep Water, by Gnoss 3. Free One, by Kinnaris Quintet 4. Frenzy of the Meeting, by Breabach 5. Mercury, by Siobhan Miller 7. Neath the Gloaming Star, by Hannah Rarity 8. Steer By The Stars, by Skipinnish 9. Breabach 2.
The MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards
The Scots Trad Music Awards were founded in by Simon Thoumire to celebrate Scotland 's traditional music in all its forms and create a high profile opportunity to bring the music and music industry into the spotlight of media and public attention. Nominations are made by the public and in over , public votes were expected across 18 categories. The awards are organised by Thoumire's organisation Hands Up for Trad. The cash prize is the largest music prize in Scotland, matched only by the Mercury Prize. The awards were staged in Aberdeen . The ceremony was held in Aberdeen. The ceremony was held in the Perth Concert Hall.
The annual awards ceremony celebrates independent artists and was held virtually for the first time in its history due to COVID The artists will be playing one-off, intimate shows at grassroots music venues on dates to be confirmed, when it is safe to perform with no social distancing. Two days of live music to take place at multiple venues in Glasgow on may and Dublin on may Switching your account. Search Close Search Search Search. Magazine expand. The biggest award, The Belhaven Bursary for Innovation in Scottish Music in association with Showcase Scotland Expo, supports the winner to progress unique ideas and empower creation.