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Skipinnish
OriginScottish Highlands & Islands
GenresTraditional Scottish
Years active1999–present
LabelsSkipinnish Records
Websitewww.skipinnish.com
MembersAngus MacPhail
Andrew Stevenson
Norrie MacIver
Alasdair Murray
Alistair Iain Paterson
Rory Grindlay
Charlotte Printer
Past membersRobert Robertson
Ross Wilson
Jonathan Gillespie
Angus Tikka

Skipinnish is a traditional Scottish band from the Gàidhealtachd, singing primarily in English. The band (and brand) Skipinnish was created by Angus MacPhail and Andrew Stevenson in 1999 - both studying at the time at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD) in Glasgow.

Skipinnish Brand

The Skipinnish Brand is used in addition to market whisky also in running of a cèilidh house named Skipinnish Ceilidh House which has been built in Fort William around the brand. There was previously a Skipinnish Ceilidh House in Oban.[1]

Skipinnish Records

The band runs its own record label which issues acts such as Skerryvore and Gary Innes. Two compilation albums were released of Skipinnish Records artists: The Deluxe Blend of Highland Music: The Best of Skipinnish Records (2006) and Best from Skipinnish Records, Vol. 2.

Members

Current line-up consists of:

  • Angus MacPhail: Accordion, vocals
  • Andrew Stevenson: Highland bagpipes, small pipes, whistles, fiddle
  • Norrie MacIver: Lead singer, guitar
  • Alasdair Murray: Drums, Highland bagpipes
  • Alistair Iain Paterson: Piano, keyboards
  • Rory Grindlay: Drums
  • Charlotte Printer: Bass guitar

Regular Guest Musicians:

  • Archie McAllister: Fiddle
  • Duncan Nicholson: Small pipes, bagpipes, whistles
  • Kyle Orr: Small pipes, bagpipes, whistles

Earlier members included:

  • Angus Tikka: Bass guitar
  • Robert Robertson: Lead singer, guitar
  • Ross Wilson: Keyboard, bass
  • Jonathan Gillespie: Keyboard, backing vocals


In 2016 Robertson was replaced in Skipinnish by Norrie MacIver as new lead singer. In the same year the band also saw Rory Grindlay join on drums. In the following years Alistair Iain Paterson and Charlotte Printer also joined to form the current band.

Discography

Albums

  • Skipinnish (2001)
  • Sgurr Mor to Skerryvore (2003)
  • Deoch 'N' Dorus (2005)
  • The Sound of the Summer (2007)
  • Live From The Ceilidh House (2009)
  • The Wedding Dance (2010)
  • Atlantic Roar (2013)
  • Western Ocean (2014)
  • The Seventh Wave (2017)[2]
  • Steer by the Stars (2019)

Singles / Videography

  • "Walking on the Waves" (2014) [1]
  • "December" (2014)
  • "The Island" (2015)
  • "Home on the Sea" (2016)
  • "Alive" (2017)
  • "Wishing Well" (2017)
  • "Wishing Well" (2018) (re-released as a May 2018 to help with fundraising for a permanent memorial to Eilidh MacLeod from Barra who was killed in the Manchester Arena Bombing)

References

  1. ^ Scotsman: Folk album review: Skipinnish Live From The Ceilidh House
  2. ^ Manager, Skipinnish Web. "Online Store". www.skipinnish.com. Retrieved 18 March 2017.

External links

This page was last edited on 2 July 2019, at 12:45
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