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Prepare to be dazzled by Poozies

THE ever-adventurous Poozies have toured worldwide in their 26 years, attracting recognition and appreciation for their eclectic choice of material, unusual and exciting arrangements, and heart-tugging vocal harmonies.

Founding member Mary Macmaster from Glasgow is at the core of the group, playing a gloriously fat, bassy electro-harp, while long-term member Eilidh Shaw from Taynuilt is a beautifully hypnotic and emotive West Coast fiddler. A recent line-up change has seen the addition of Sarah McFadyen from Orkney, who has a laidback fiddle and five-string banjo style akin to the North American old-timers, and Tia Files from Oban, who is a phenomenal guitar player and percussionist, and can be powerful and driving or empathetic and soulful as needed.

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