Julie Fowlis

Julie Fowlis (born 1979) is a Scottish folk singer and multi-instrumentalist who sings primarily in Scottish Gaelic.

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Julie Fowlis - live at Transatlantic Sessions - 1st Feb 09

Tracklisting:

  • Bothan Airigh Am Braigh Raithneach
  • Biodh An Deoch Seo n Laimh Mo Ruin

This footage was filmed for TV - programme broadcast on Sunday 15th February on BBC Two Scotland.

Your Comments

EMacD
Julie & the "backing band" Superb, Fantastic..... When these people get together it is always something special.BBC DVD?

philydaw
If there is a Heaven this is how they sing up there.

Ian
Moving singing from Julie, haunting backing vocals, and a subtle but passionate accompaniment from the rest of the band - tremendous.

Rose MacVicar
Hauntingly beautiful song sung by Scotland's treasure dvd please bbc

Gerry
Julie could sing the telephone directory and I'd be just as happy. In fact for all I know she might even be doing just that :-)

mike
julie and the gang rock

Keith
It's great to see excerpts from the concert and as usual the Transatlantic team are superb. Obviously the whole concert was filmed so hopefully it will be shown fully on BBC (in England as well as Scotland)

Doc
Julie Folwlis is a Scottish national treasure

john coulter
utterley brilliant

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Performing at

Friday 30th January

Royal Concert Hall


Sunday 1st February

Royal Concert Hall

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