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Click on the links below to get background details of various Scottish traditional and folk solo singers.

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Last updated: 30th December 2005


Beggar's Mantle   Origin: Fife; date extant: 1983-1999
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The Bonnie Scots   Origin: Glasgow area; date extant: 1969.
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Alex Campbell   Glaswegian folk singer, one of the grand old men of the Scottish folk revival.
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The Corries   Origin: Edinburgh; date extant: 1963-1990
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The Cotters   Origin: Edinburgh; date extant: unknown (early 1960s).
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The Crofters   Origin: Aberdeen; date extant: 1969.
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Dave Davidson   From North Fife. Groups included Top Flight, Dingly Dell and The Jacobites.
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Nigel Denver  
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Barbara Dickson   Former folk singer turned succesful general singer. See www.barbaradickson.net.
The Fisher Family   Archie Fisher, Ray Fisher, Cilla Fisher from Glasgow.
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Robin Hall & Jimmie MacGregor   At one time this Scottish duo were Britain's best known folk musicians.
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The Humblebums   Legendary group featuring Billy Connolly, Tam Harvey and Gerry Rafferty
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Hamish Imlach   Folksinger/entertainer from Glasgow.
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Iolair   Origin: Aberdeenshire/Easter Ross; Date extant: 1980
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Willie Kemp   Music Hall entertainer from Aberdeenshire.
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The McCalmans   (1968-present) Popular vocal folk outfit based in Edinburgh.
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Matt McGinn   (1928-1977) Much revered songwriter and folksinger from Glasgow.
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Andy MacKenzie & John MacPhail   Origin: Falkirk (?); date extant: late 1970s
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Iain MacKintosh   Very popular stalwart of Scottish - and world - folk music.
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Tom L Morrison   (1873-1940) Singer, songwriter, performer from Inverurie
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Watt Nicoll   Songwriter and folksinger who recorded several albums during the 60s and 70s.
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Rapscallion   Jim McIntyre and Martin Shough played guitars, banjo, whistles, and bodhran, and sang standard folk fare (Bogle, Gaughan, Makem, etc) with some self-penned pieces. Recorded at least one album (on cassette) that I know about: Driven By Strings (RAPSCA 3, 1993)

Norman Stewart   North Highlands
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Gibb Todd   The Kerries, solo
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Roy Williamson   Founder member of The Corries
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Tom Wright   Recording star of the 1930s.
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