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Joy Dunlop and her Band
Joy Dunlop and her Band

Sun, 24 Mar



Joy Dunlop and her Band

Popular singer, musician and broadcaster, Joy Dunlop, with her band, showcases Gaelic music and song in a contemporary way that always remains true to its roots.

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Time & Location

24 Mar 2024, 14:30

Dunoon, Dunoon Burgh Hall, 195 Argyll St, Dunoon PA23 7DD, UK


About the event

Joy Dunlop

Joy Dunlop's singing career is the result of a life-long fascination with Scotland's traditional music and has led her all over the world; from major Celtic festivals, to touring the UK, Europe, Canada, USA, Japan and New Zealand. Through her singing, she showcases Gaeelic music and song in a contemporary way that always remains true to its roots. Five times nominated as Gaelic Singer of the Year, she has also won both the coveted Royal National Mòd Gold Medal and the Oban Times Gold Medal and is the only person to be crowned both Traditional Singer of the Year and Traditional Dance Champion at the Pan Celtic Festival. She has released three highly acclaimed solo albums, Caoir, Dùsgahd and Faileasan and also, Dithis, a duo album with her brother Andrew. Joy is also the driving force between 'Gaelic/Gaelige supergroup' LAS and has featured on a range of collaborative albums. Further information on

Ron Jappy

A graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Ron Jappy is an accomplished multi-instrumetalist. He is highly sought after as an arranger, guitarist, fiddle player and pianist. He has always had a passion for performing and teaching and through the years Ron has performed with some of the most successful musicians in the industry. Further information on

Mhairi Marwick

Mhairi was inspired to play the fiddle having grown up immersed in the culture of Scottish Traditional Music. Her first teacher was James Alexander, MBE, who is still a great influence and inspiration. Playing with the Fochabers Fiddlers, directed by James, widened and developed Mhairi's traditional style. She was recently awarded a BA in Applied Music with First Class Honours from Strathclyde University and was taught by Alistair McCulloch throughout her degree. 

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Gus Stirrat

Gus Stirrat is a musician and studio engineer and producer based in Glasgow. 

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Scott Jamieson

Scott Jamieson is a Scottish drimmer and educator based in Edinburgh and is originally from Aberdeenshire. He has been performaing and teaching professionally for over ten years. Further information on


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