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Ceolas Celtic Music Archive
The Grandfather of Celtic music web pages

Temple Records
Record label dedicated to Scottish music

Celtic Music index in Scotland

Veesik Records
Record Label established to record and promote Shetland musicians and music

Celtic Music: Regional Cultures and Modern Success
An on-line self-paced culture and history course from the University of Wisconsin. If you try it out, let us know what it's like!

Celtic Music Newsgroup
Celtic Music Newsgroup. This is a Usenet service. Use a newsreader or Google Groups to access it.

Dirty Linen
Folk, Electric folk, Traditional & World information

Folk Roots
The world's leading roots, folk and world music magazine

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(Thanks to "Ceolas Celtic Music Archive" for much of the band information)

Instrumental and Dance Ensembles (Modern Folk Bands)

The Battlefield Band
Web site of Scotland's premier exponent of traditional music.

Boys of the Lough
Long-running group with members from many celtic regions.

A highly successful popular Scottish group playing modern arrangements of trad music.

Celtic Fiddle Festival
Trio of fiddlers from Ireland (Kevin Burke), Scotland (Johnny Cunningham) and Britanny (Christian Lemaitre).

Innovative Scottish traditional group.

The Corries
Discography of the Scottish folk duo.

Old Blind Dogs
Scottish quartet playing driving trad-based music.

The McCalmans
Formed in 1964, they have continued to record and tour without interruption, with only one personnel change in thirty-five years..

Rock, Salt & Nails
Contemporary folk group from the Scottish Shetland Islands, courtesy of Graham Collins.

Scottish harp duo of Patsy Seddon & Mary MacMaster.

Silly Wizard
One of the greatest of the Scots folk revival groups.

Young Scottish traditional duo.

Tannahill Weavers
Short discography of this Scottish ensemble.

Soloists (Instrumental)

Johnny Cunningham
High-fire Scottish fidder and veteran of many great groups. [In Memoriam]

Phil Cunningham
Ace piano accordionist, Silly Wizard member and brother of Johnny.

Brian McNeill
Fiddler, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist founder of the Battlefield Band.

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>Eric Bogle
The legendary Scottish folk singer, now living in Australia.

Dick Gaughan
Discography of the Scottish folk singer.

Dougie MacLean
Scottish folk singer-songwriter.

Fusion (Traditional-Contemporary Hybrids)

The Peatbog Faeries
"Traditional fusion" from the Isle of Skye.

Scottish folk/rock/trad group with a haunting, "epic" sound.

Fancy but not very informative site for one of Scotland's top celtic/rock groups.

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>Scottish Festivals & Events in North America
Guide to Celtic Events (Ceolas Site)

Scottish & Celtic Games Listing
information gathered from review of Scottish/Celtic periodical publications

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The official government source of genealogical data for Scotland. A partnership between the General Register Office for Scotland and Scotland On Line, ScotlandsPeople is the official online source of parish register, civil registration and census records for Scotland.

Scotland On-Line
Comprehensive source for Scottish news and culture

Argyll on Line
One stop source for any information about the area of Argyll

U.S. Scots Online
Homepage of the Scottish-American community, including U.S. Scots Magazine, "the premiere print magazine for the Scottish-American Community. Visit to read past articles, reference our online databases, explore our extensive links database, and learn how to subscribe."

General Celtic Cultural Newsgroup

The Tartan pages
Scotland on the Internet.

Gold Ring CD and Book Store
Excellent source of books on Celtic culture in general

Heather & Thistle
Scottish cultural society in Houston

Sabhal Mór Ostaig
Further Education college in the island of Skye, Scotland, teaching through the medium of Gaelic. Includes Gaelic lessons and links to Scots and Irish Gaelic sites.

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