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Fiona was born in Morayshire, and learned Gaelic as an adult. She began singing in Gaelic in 1994, and won the Silver Pendant at the National Mòd in 1996. In 2005, she won the Ladies Gold Medal for fluent speakers at the same event.
Fiona now works as the Màiri Mhòr Gaelic Song Fellow for Highland Council. She released Seinn o ho ro Seinn with Arthur Cormack in 2003, as a resource to help Gaelic singers. She also has a CD of songs from Ross-shire, as well as a newly-released ( 2007 ) double CD of Christmas songs in Gaelic, Duan Nollaig
Mary Jane Lamond
Mary Jane Lamond fell in love with Scottish Gaelic traditions and song during the time spent visiting her grandparents on Cape Breton's North Shore. She released her first album Bho Thìr Nan Craobh while still a student in Saint Francis Xavier University's Celtic Studies programme. She has since produced four more albums of Gaelic songs from Cape Breton, the latest being Stòras
Mill a h - uile Rud (Destroy Everything)
MIll a h - uile Rud is an American punk rock group that sings in Scottish Gaelic. The band is based near Seattle, Washington.
They recorded their first CD, "Ceàrr (Wrong) ", in 2004. Listen to "Dè Mu a Dheidhinn (What Abou It) " at Download.com (MP3 file)