‘Outlander’ musicians

We know we have said time and time again that we love “all things Outlander,” but we really do. And that is why we want to make sure we share information about where you can find some of our beloved Outlander musicians, perhaps even in a town near you!

Gillebride MacMillan, AKA “Gwyllyn the Bard,” can be seen (and heard!) at the following places:

The Pipes of Christmas (@PipesofXmas) — December 20th and 21st, in New York and New Jersey, USA

Clann Gàidhlig — December 6th, Paisley, Scotland

Strathearn Artspace — December 6th, Gaelic Song Day, Ceilidh, Crieff, Scotland

An Lòchran — Gaelic Singing Workshop Series, December 16th, Coffee and Craic, Glasgow, Scotland

An Lòchran — Monthly Singing Sessions, December 16th, Coffee and Craic, Glasgow, Scotland

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Katie Mackenzie — Katie has shared with us that for those CD orders placed through her Website in December 2014 and January 2015, she will sign each CD with a personal message. Please check out Katie’s website for information on upcoming concerts.

Fiona J. Mackenzie — Fiona will be doing a Christmas Carol workshop December 15, 2014, in Elgin, Moray. She will also be performing as part of the Dear Pal, WWI Christmas Truce Centenary events in Ypres/Messines, Belgium, December 23-27, 2014.

In January 2015, Fiona will be undertaking a big Gaelic song workshop at Burns Weekend for Handsupfortrad.com.

Fiona’s Christmas album, Duan Nollaig, is available on the Greentrax.com label. The only double Gaelic Christmas album out there, it offers a variety of festive songs and carols, some old , some new. Listen to traditional carols like “Silent Night,” “In the Bleak Midwinter,” “We Wish You a Merry Christmas,” as well as traditional Gaelic Christmas hymns. Her daughter, Katie, is also featured in several tracks.  Duan Nollaig is available from Greentrax, musicscotland.com, as well as on Amazon,  and Itunes, Play.com, etc.

In February, Fiona will be doing a sing lecture at Aberdeen University on the songs collected by American folklorist Margaret Fay Shaw.

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