Kaleidoscope Album, Tour and Reviews!

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Kaleidoscope Album, Tour and Reviews!
We have had an amazing Autumn launching our new Album Kaleidoscope! Our launch at the Oran Mor on 20th September was a huge success and a big thank you to all our fans who came to support!
Album Launch
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We’ve been promoting it on lots of Radio Stations in the UK and abroad and we were also “Album of the Week” on Celtic Music Radio with Alan Grant describing it as “such a stunning collection of music by the most talented of musicians. It’s a while since I’ve been so excited about an album that I feel will live forever…”  
Over the last few months we have been performing all over Scotland with gigs in Oban, Islay, headlining alongside Trail West for the Cowal Beer Festival, a folk fusion project with the Bangladeshi Community in Glasgow and a special appearance at the Scottish Baking Awards.
We’ve been delighted to have some fantastic reviews of the Album and appeared in the Daily Record.
“Based around the impressive voice of Alison McNeill, who also plays fiddle, Fiona McNeill is on guitar and vocals while Scott Mclean is on drums. The album opens with Warrior which, as the name suggests, snarls between Folk and Marilyn Manson metal. [Alison] McNeill’s soaring vocals lift Parting Glass to opera standard. Diablo in Kilarrow adds funk, Cuban Brenda Cutting the Bracken adds Latino sway to the Lowlands while La Llorona adds the strut of Mexico. It’s a heady musical journey but even as Folk Police bounces a dance beat, the band are unmistakably at heart Scottish. Buy it. Throw a party. Put it on, enjoy.”  Rick Fulton (14 Nov 2014)
Albums available from www.reelyjiggered.co.uk/shop or from digital download sites like iTunes -https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/kaleidoscope/id914081309

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