Delighted to be performing at Celtic Connections Festival, Glasgow on January 20th in The Strathclyde Suite.Tickets available at https://www.celticconnections.com/event/1/ewen-henderson-lirsinn-perception-maggie-macinnes
Maggie MacInnes sings a Scots Gaelic song, Fath Mo Mhulaid a Bhith Ann, about missing home and longing to be back on the beautiful island of Barra in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.
Having sung an excerpt of the song on the introductory trailer for a new Scottish-themed Video Game from The Chinese Room called Still Wakes the Deep (coming out early 2024), by popular demand this full version of the song is now available to download on most digital platforms.
Maggie recorded this at her Barra home along with her son, Calum Park, who produced the recording which was then mastered by Chris Waite.
The link for the song on Spotify is:
The link for the release within the UK iTunes store is:
The link for the release within the UK Apple Music service is:
Maggie and Anna Massie (guitar and fiddle) to appear in the first ever Fresh Ayr Folk Festival (11th-13th August 2023) along with some of the top acts on the Scottish music scene. It will be held in the beautiful Rozelle Park in Ayr.
For further information and tickets please go to https://freshayrfolkfest.com/full-artist-list/maggie-macinnes-with-anna-massie/
Maggie will be performing along with Anna Massie on fiddle and guitar at the 27th Folk Festival on the beautiful Island of Arran. Concert starts at 7pm.
Tickets available on link below.
Looking forward to appearing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 9th August 2022. This time I will be accompanied by the fabulous Anna Massie on guitar…..hope to see you there!
Tickets now available….details below