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Never miss another 'Mànran' show
Broadwood: Live by the Loch: Mànran, Skerryvore, Julie Fowlis, HEISK
"Back by popular demand! this fantastic one-day event has something for the whole family to enjoy with a host of fun activities throughout the day and performances into the night showcasing some of the most recognised names on the Gaelic and Scottish Traditional music scene.
The festival will welcome emerging acts such as Heisk and BBC Radio Scotland’s Young Traditional Musician of the Year Benedict Morris, alongside folk royalty including Julie Fowlis, who will forever be recognised for singing the theme song to the Disney Pixar film ‘Brave’, that went on to become a worldwide smash hit, alongside ‘Touch the Sky’ that was also made world-famous by the animated film.
Two bands who are at the forefront of the Celtic music scene and continue to fly the flag for Scotland’s music internationally will get audiences dancing for the night’s finale with their driving live performances.
With a growing fan base worldwide, Skerryvore will perform a unique fusion of folk, trad, rock and Americana to get the crowds revved up as the night kicks into full swing before the second Broadwood Live by the Loch festival closes with last year’s favourites Mànran. Finishing off the night with their high-octane live show, the hugely in-demand six piece will bring their eclectic mix of powerful tunes and songs back to the Cumbernauld stage.
Under 16's only £12.50!"
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Manran have quite literally rocketed to the top of the Scottish music scene with their powerful combination of Gaelic/English songs underpinned by driving Accordion, Fiddle, Flute and a backline of drum and bass to make any mouth water. Manran are also the only band to host Highland and Uilleann pipes together in one line up to create a sound like no other.
Mànran tour dates
Blazing bagpipes, fiddle and accordions, electrically fused with funky rhythms and soul-gripping songs, Skerryvore are an award winning Scottish band creating a ‘Trad-rock’ fusion for the 21st Century.
Skerryvore tour dates
Since being presented with BBC Radio 2's Folk Singer of the Year award in 2008, the Daily Telegraph's prediction that "Fowlis could be the first Scottish Gaelic crossover star in the making" has seemed increasingly prescient. Julie tours with a top-class band including Éamon Doorley on bouzouki, Dubliner guitarist Tony Byrne, highland fiddler Duncan Chisholm and bodhrán champion Martin O'Neill.
Julie Fowlis tour dates