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  1. Formed in 1994 and based in Dunvegan, Isle of Skye, Scotland, the band have become one of Scotlands best known names in contemporary folk music.…

  2. Baka Beyond is a world music group formed in 1992 with members from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures, fusing Celtic and other western…

  3. Based in Edinburgh, Scotland, Shooglenifty is a six-piece band that combines traditional Scottish instrumental folk with a wide assortment of modern…

  4. Transglobal Underground is a loose London-based worldbeat music collective, most active in the 90s. Less ambient and more percussive than…

  5. High voltage heroes of contemporary Irish music, Kíla formed in Dublin in 1987, originally comprised of vocalist/bodhrán player Rónán Ó Snodaigh, his…

  6. Capercaillie is a folk band founded in Oban, Scotland in the 1980s by Donald Shaw and fronted by Karen Matheson. They recorded their first album,…

  7. Sheila Chandra (b. 1965) is a singer of Indian descent and British nationality.

    Born on the 14th March 1965, as a teenager she formed the band…

  8. Flook is an Anglo-Irish band playing traditional-style instrumental music, although much is penned by the band themselves. Their music is typified by…

  9. There is more than one artist with this name, an Irish folk band as well as a French rock band:

    1. Irish jigs abound, as well as some subtle…

  10. José Ángel Hevia Velasco was born in Villaviciosa, Asturias (Spain) in 1967. He first came into contact with the bagpipes when he was four years old…

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