Results 61-75 of 313 guestbook entries.
Name: Brian Kelly
Late Seventies, Queen's Hall, Mason's Apron! Breathtaking! Saw Silly Wizard at the Elbow Room a few times always exciting and inspirational.
Name: Charlie Holles
From: south of Spain
I used to live on the west coast, mid Argyll & right now I'm listening to an old recording of you & Ali Bain - heart melting magic. One day I shall see you play live.
Name: john atwell
great site:-}keep up the great music.
Name: helen mcquater
So looking forward to you and Alys visit to Kircudbright in December!
Having watched you on tv over the years, I just wanted to say that I thouroughly enjoyed you and Aly's show at the Music Hall in Aberdeen on Sunday 28th September....what an absolutely fantastic night of music and banter! I am planning on definately seeing you again next year and have been playing your CDs in work this week which is going down very well with everyone who comes in to my office!! Keep up the great work! x
Name: Terry Griffin
I haven't had the opportunity to attend one of your concerts yet so I have to be satisfied with your CDs and videos for the moment. Hopefully you will visit Ireland soon. Thanks for all the enjoyment you give us.Greetings from Ireland.
Name: bill and Val Mackintosh
Great night as (usual) at the clashmore hall sorry the real Carnegie hall. Hope to see you there again SOON.
Legend, absolute legend. Its good to know that there are still some phenomenal musicians in the world. Please come back to England for a tour! Love x
Name: Moira G Aitken
Thanks for a brilliant night in Portmahomack as part of the Blas Festival tour, hope you can visit our village again in the not too distant future, enjoyed the crack both on and off stage. Thanks to you both!
Name: Bob Hunter
I, or should I say my wife and I, that's Carol and I, really enjoyed your concert with Aly in Drumnadrochit last Thursday the 18th. Hopefully we will see you both again next year, how about a concert at the Invermoriston hall - then I could walk to it and have a wee drink. Was it really ginger ale you were quaffing?
All the best,
Name: Joyce Joy
Very much enjoyed your show last night (18.9.08) in "Drumnadrochit", I wondered if there is a DVD of the TV show you did tracing Scottish Music. I really enjoyed it, but missed the last show aarrgghh. I lived in many of the places you visited and also enjoy the drive from Ullapool to Durness. Take care Joyce p.s. my favourite joke at the moment - why are pirates called pirates - because they AARRRR.........cheers
Name: marilyn nicolson
we saw you after a show in wick assembly rooms a long time ago - it was in the Mackays hotel. my late father-in-law, mother-in-law and two friends were with me. you joined our company and we have never had such a good night again.
Name: olive thomson.
I was at you and Allys show in Eden Court on the 30th Aug. Great show and great night. I was brought up in a place called Lochailort between Ft William and Mallaig. My late father Alex Ross was a gamekeeper there and played the fiddle so we had great ceildhs in our house. The late Faraquhar Macrae,Angus Grant,and Ian kennedy ( Charles Kennedy MPs father) were all there over the years. The first time I met Fergie was when my father had a hip replacement and Fergie was a physio at the time. He arrived but there was more music than physio being done. Great memories.
Name: Graeme Merchant
have you published a book of your own compositions ?. if yes can you supply details. if not what about one with compositions from you aly and your good friend fergie
Sorry for slip of the tongue. Of course, saying "Irish", I meant "traditional" - English, Scottish and more.