Below you’ll find a selection of other web sites offering information about traditional music and songs in Scotland, and events in Angus. This isn’t a comprehensive list, just ones we like, and visit regularly. If you want a wider selection, just
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A great website. Go check out their handy “Guides” section for all things folk-related. Buy CD’s online or discuss all things trad in their forums.
A mine of information. Digital archives, lyrics, online shopping and discussion.
A good place to find out what’s on in Angus. An extremely accessible website if you’re visually impaired – gets our thumbs up.
“An organisation dedicated to increasing the profile and visibility of Scottish traditional music through information, education and advocacy…” Loads of events and information.
Home to the Traditional Music and Song Association of Scotland.
We’re here, Tuesdays at 7.30pm!
Loads of info. on what’s on in Dundee and the surrounding area.
Another good source of gig and session info, not just for Carnoustie, but the whole of Angus.
Angus’ annual traditional celebration of traditional music, dance and theatre.
“Traditional music live and raw from Angus” Hear it here first!
A website giving access to a wide selection of Scottish traditional music and singers. You can also hear and download free sample MP3s from may of the albums in the catalogue.
Music In Scotland - A Gateway to Scotland's Music. Dedicated to promoting music and musicians with a Celtic connection to a world-wide audience.
The Scottish Arts Council is the lead body for the funding, development and advocacy of the arts in Scotland. Their vision is of a confident, cultured Scotland where everyone takes part in the arts.
An Edinburgh-based organisation who offer music and singing workshops devised and delivered by multi - award winning international vocalist and StageQuest founder, Adam Quest.