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Rura - Break It Up (CD)

Rura won the ‘Best Up And Coming Artist’ award at the 2011 MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards, and were also Danny Kyle Award winners that year. Their powerful music has already created a buzz throughout the traditional music scene and their debut album is eagerly awaited by all. This…

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Robin Laing - One For The Road (CD)

rural South Lanarkshire. He is known as an interpreter of traditional Scottish songs and his own songs, many of which have been covered by other artists. His songs are on a wide variety of subjects, from Ulysses to Clydesdale horses and from the Forth Bridge to the world of whisky.…

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Gentle Giants (A Celebration Of The Clydesdale Horse In Song) (CD)

rural scene.  The project is produced by Robin Laing and consists of previously recorded songs plus others specially recorded and engineered by Davie Scott for the project.  This is a remarkable celebration of the Clydesdale.

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Jack Beck - O Lassie, Lassie (CD)

rural tradition and the urban revival.’ (Archie Fisher)


News Articles

Rura Go Down A Storm In Germany

Rura have just returned from a very successful tour in Germany during March. Their album Break It Up had to be repressed twice and shipped to Germany as the audience sales escalated. Visit the Rura official website for upcoming tour dates in the UK and abroad, to see videos of…


Greentrax at the MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards and Gala Concert 2011

Rura, Salsa Celtica, Cathy Ann MacPhee, Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas. Winning Greentrax artists were:Siobhan Miller - Citty Finlayson Scots Singer Of The Year - Siobhan is a member of a duo with Jeana Leslie, and the pair have two albums to their credit on Greentrax. Siobhan is regarded as…


Ian Green’s autobiography:  ‘Fuzz To Folk - Trax Of My Life’

rural Morayshire, including life under a disciplinarian schoolteacher who was not afraid to use the ‘tawse’ on his pupils on a daily basis. His constantly interrupted education finished at Tynecastle Secondary School, Edinburgh, and thereafter Ian became an apprentice gardener under his father at the Convent of The Sacred Heart…



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