Gaelic Julie Fowlis

Julie Fowlis (born 1979) is a Scottish folk singer and multi-instrumentalist who sings primarily in Scottish Gaelic. Fowlis grew up in North Uist, an island in the Outer Hebrides, in a Gaelic-speaking community. She has been involved in singing, piping and dancing since she was a child. She is a member of the Scottish sextet, Dòchas, who were voted winners of Best Newcomer award at the Scots Trad Music Awards in 2004, where Fowlis herself was nominated for the Best Gaelic Singer award. In 2005, Fowlis released her first solo album Mar a Tha Mo Chridhe (As My Heart Is). The album was produced by Iain MacDonald and Fowlis and instantly gained her worldwide acclaim. It was the busiest year until then in her career, with the release of a new album with Dòchas as well. Fowlis has travelled worldwide with the group and as a solo artist with her own live band. Klik hier voor meer informatie.

S’tusa Thilleas S’tusa Thilleas

Gaelic Folk Song

Hùg Air A’ Bhonaid Mhòir

“My Love Is On The High Seas

Touch The Sky from the Brave movie soundtrack

Mo Bheannachd Dhan Bhlidh Ur

‘Biodh an Deoch’

Ged A Sheol Mi Air M’ Aineol

Oganaich Uir A Rinn M’fhagail

Biodh An Deoch Seo ’n Laimh Mo Ruin

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