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Oban Live project pays homage to late stars

AN IMPRESSIVE lineup of 24 top names in the Scottish traditional music industry will come together at Oban Live 2018 in an exclusive collaboration named ‘Sons of Argyll’.

Performing on Friday June 8 at the two-day festival, it will pay homage to late inspirational figures from the region who played a key role in the lives and music of the performers involved.

Musicians from Tide Lines, Skipinnish, Skerryvore, Blazin’ Fiddles, Trail West and Gunna Sound, as well as this year’s Mòd gold medallists Rachel Walker and Alasdair Currie, members of Oban Gaelic Choir and world class pipers Angus MacColl, Angus J MacColl and Stuart Liddell, are included in the project line-up. Also involved are Marie Fielding, Phil Cunningham, Craig and Hector MacFadyen, Sileas Sinclair, Mary Catherine MacNeil and Archie and Alex McAllister.

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