Norrie MacIver and Fras
Sultain / September 2022
Cuirm le Norrie 'Tago' MacÌomhair à Eilean Leòdhais a tha air cliù a chosnadh mar sheinneadair cuide ris a leithid Mànran agus, a-nise, Skipinnish. Bidh e tric a' seinn leis fhèin agus le còmhlain eadar-dhealaichte agus tha sinn air leth toilichte gum bi e còmhla rinn aig Blas na bliadhna-sa.
Bid FRAS cuide ri Norrie, triùir a thàinig còmhla ann an sgìre nan Garbh Chrìochan le measgachadh de phuirt air a' phìob, duiseal is gìotar an cuideachd Aonghas Binnie, Cailean Masterton agus Murchadh Camshron.
Norrie MacIver is a singer songwriter from the Isle of Lewis who is currently the lead singer of Skipinnish. Norrie recently won Online Performance of the Year at last year's Trad Awards and released two new albums during lockdown. His latest album is a collection of original songs about Govan and it was recorded with the Glasgow Barons, an orchestra based in Govan. Norrie sings a selection of Gaelic and English songs which are influenced by his island upbringing.
Since 2014, FRAS have stormed their way through the West coast of Scotland and beyond with their iconic pipe heavy sound. A thundering four piece from na Garbh Chrìochan of box, flute, pipes and guitar. FRAS blend old melodies and original tunes to create a crashing wave of highland music. Tearing up dancefloors in their wake and leaving audiences captivated. Their debut album, Dìle, is a forecast of what’s to come. More than just a shower, a heavy downpour: FRAS