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Women, whisky and well worn tunes


1. Alastair Whyte and Ross Whyte nominated (and hopefully win) Album of the Year with Furuin.

2. Gaelic singer of the year – no doubt it will need to be a man. If Hector MacKecknie can get his act together and record something, it could be him.

3. Live Act of the Year – well maybe Skerryvore could win again and all the band members could be on the stage.

Robbie Sheppard, former presenter of Take the Floor, was with Fiona Ross, an Argyll Gaelic singer while Louise Glen, left, from The Oban Times, managed to photobomb into the background.
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