Singer/songwriter/guitarist Colin Grant-Adams, originally from Oban, Scotland now lives in Glasgow, Kentucky. Grant-Adams has performed professionally for thirty years, entertaining audiences from the concert stages of Carnegie Hall, New York City to headlining venues across America at Celtic Festivals, folk clubs, concert halls, and has appeared on numerous television and radio shows. Colin Grant-Adams' stimulating stage performance, fine guitar work, incorporating alternative tunings, and stirring vocals make him one of the most popular and versatile Scottish Balladeers in America today.
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Skip Cleavinger works as a professional musician in Nashville, playing in recording sessions and touring and performing with various artists. He plays the ScottishHighland pipes, the Irish Uilleann (pronounced "illen") pipes and tin whistle.
Father Son and Friends returns to the Glasgow Highland Games for 2019! The band is a traditional Celtic band with Scots-Irish roots that settled in Kentucky, USA. Now calling Englewood, Ohio home, Father Son and Friends travel the country promoting their Celtic heritage through humor, stories, and traditional music that will have you clapping and singing along.
"Playing music in a Celtic band allows me to enjoy my life as a cross dresser." Shawn joked. "People laugh when I tell them I have more kilts than I do pants. The sad part is it's true!" he said.
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Barrenhart is a four piece folk and celtic bluegrass band based in Barren County and Hart County, Kentucky. Barrenhart is: Hazel Johnson - Mandolin and Guitar Greg Cutcliff - Bass, Bagpipes, Chanter and Vocals David Foster - Guitar, Fiddle, Piano and Vocals Masako Yamashita Jeffers - Fiddle and Piano
Roads to Home
Roads to Home is a traditional Celtic/Old Time band from Bowling Green Ky. They have enjoyed playing all over South Central Kentucky over the past 5 years, including Bowling Green Warren County Library's Cultural Series, KY Tourism Commission at Franklin, and the Bowling Green International Festival. This will be their first appearance at the Glasgow Highland Games, and are proud to make available their latest CDs, Darkness, Darkness, and Butter Scots Syrup at the Games. Members are: Bill Scates - banjo and bazouki, Karen Scates - guitar, David Carpenter - mandolin, Amy Wallace - fiddle and vocals, Ashley Brown - fiddle and vocals, Dale McCubbins - bodhran, guitar and vocals, and Robin Duckett - vocals and autoharp. For information about booking please visit our website at www.Roadstohome.net and Facebook at Roads to Home.