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1986-2020: Celebrating Scotland's Music for over 30 Years

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Matt Tighe (CD)

…Tighe was born in South London, with a London and Trinidadian background. He first discovered his love of traditional music and the fiddle listening to his parents’ album collection: The Chieftains and Tom McConville & Pauline Cato in particular made a lasting impression. After attending Cambridge Folk Festival and listening…

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Brian McNeill - No Silence (CD)

…Tighe’s solo album.      No Silence was recorded in Brian’s own home studio and mixed and mastered at Watercolour Music in Ardgour.


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…order and through retail outlets are: Far, Far From Ypres - Songs, Poems & Music Of World War One - £12.00 (double CD for the price of one CD) Celtic Women From Scotland (Celtic Collections vol 12) - £6.99 Matt Tighe - £12.00 Nick Keir 1953-2013 - £12.00 tighe


April 2017 News

Tighe, a hugely talented young English fiddler, is currently recording his debut album under the guidance of producer Brian McNeill at Watercolour Studios. Also, the brilliant Gaelic singer Sineag Macintyre is to record her debut album for Greentrax later this year. Release information for both of these albums will follow…



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