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Now displaying: December, 2011
Dec 15, 2011

Hi there,

This is our combined Christmas and MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards Winners podcast! We start of the show with a Puirt from Album of the Year winners Manran. We follow this with Citty Finlayson Scots Singer of the Year Siobhan Miller. Next up is the Live Act of the Year - Skerryvore. Our Music Tutor of the Year was Mairi Campbell and she's singing the song Don't Ever Give Up. Winners of the Community Award was Blazin' in Beauly so we're playing a track from founders Blazin' Fiddles. We finish up the show with a track from Aidan O'Rourke who won Composer of the Year.

Visit www.footstompin.com for all your Scottish music and culture needs.

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