The Benedictine Social Centre, Glenluce Drive, Southfield Green, CRAMLINGTON, Northumberland, NE23 6YA
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Christine & Jill
Dave & John
Jimmy & Carol
Allan hails from Fort William in the Highlands and sings mostly traditional songs accompanied by the 'Highland Banjo' <joke>. He enjoys singing harmony with guests visiting the club.Brought up on folk music his early influences were Pete Seeger and Ian Campbell.He was a member of The Fergie McDonald Band, a well known band in the Highlands and Islands for 10 years. He is currently a member of the Ceilidh band Kelda.
“Fine Scottish voice, always very pleasant to sing along with. 'The Sausage Song' and 'Manura Manyah' are very amusing”“A banjo playing Scottish asylum seeker”“Upholding the Scottish tradition from comic songs, ballads, and rousing chorus songs, Allan is a Club stalwart and deputy MC”“Good voice”“Banjo player who sings mostly Scottish traditional songs. Has a rich baritone voice”
Fine singer both as soloist and laying down harmonies for others. Definitive version of 'Aye Waukin'...“Traditional stalwart”“Enthusiastic Club member. Always ready to add harmony or banjo to all and sundry. Good stock of Scottish songs”