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  • Title: Daimh - Gaelic Supergroup | One of the most exhilarating acoustic bands on the Celtic map
    Descriptive info: .. Facebook.. Myspace.. Twitter.. YouTube.. iTunes.. Email.. RSS.. Home.. Live Dates.. The Band.. Ross Martin.. Gabe McVarish.. Damian Helliwell.. Angus MacKenzie.. Promo.. Gallery.. Tatihou 08.. Celtic Connections 08.. Shetland Festival 09.. Merchandise.. Contact.. School.. dàimhMÒR.. Search.. “One of the most exhilarating acoustic bands on the Celtic map.. ” Irish Music Magazine.. Diversions.. Crossing Point.. Latest Tweets.. Follow Us!.. (c) 2013 www.. daimh.. net.. All rights reserved.. Web Design by.. HebTech..

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  • Title: Contact | www.daimh.net
    Descriptive info: Your Name.. Your E-mail.. Phone.. Website.. Your Message.. If you want to submit this form, do not enter anything in this field.. Your message has been sent!.. We'll be in touch soon.. Book the Band.. Lisa Whytock.. 0141 561 0271.. Contact Form.. Contact Us..

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  • Title: Events, Uncategorized | www.daimh.net
    Descriptive info: Calendar of Events.. Event List.. Calendar.. iCal Import.. Previous Events..

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  • Title: The Band | www.daimh.net
    Descriptive info: Taking their name from the Gaelic word for kinship, Gaelic super group Dàimh, fuse together music from across the Celtic diaspora in a celebration of their common ground.. From pyrotechnic jigs and reels to achingly poignant ballads, they run the full expressive gamut of folk music at its best, and are justly renowned for their thrilling live shows.. After releasing their first two albums Moidart to Mabou (2000) and Pirates of Puirt (2004) independently, 2007 saw them adding the vocal talents of Mod Gold Medallist, Calum Alex MacMillan and releasing Crossing Point on the Greentrax label working once again with long-time friend and producer Iain MacDonald and for the first time with the legendary Calum Malcolm.. Fourth studio album, Diversions, was released in 2010 with a mixture  ...   with singer Calum Alex twice nominated for STMA Gaelic Singer Of The Year.. The charging pipe and fiddle-led assault has seen Dàimh gigging far and wide, playing festivals across Europe with forays to North America along with regular touring at home.. 2011 has started with a bang, from sell-out performances at Celtic Connections in Glasgow to a memorable concert in Belgium in which founding member; Colm O’Rua played his last gig with the band.. Exciting new recruit, Damian Helliwell from the Isle of Eigg, adds composing skills and dynamic banjo and mandolin playing to the already impressive Dàimh arsenal.. “Their music is powerhouse stuff, and their gigs are an overwhelming and exuberant experience.. ”.. Songlines.. Irish Music Magazine.. Upcoming Gigs.. There are no upcoming events at this time..

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  • Title: Ross Martin | www.daimh.net
    Descriptive info: Ross Martin (guitar) is from Arisaig though now lives in neighbouring Morar.. A fisherman from early teens until his twenties, Ross has gone on to tour most of Europe and the U.. S.. with Irish singer Karan Casey and Buille, featuring the Vallely brothers from Armagh.. Recent  ...   music of Scotland and Ireland by Julie Fowlis and Muireann Nic Amhlaoimh accompanied by Ross and Eamon Doorley.. “Cool! Is that a new guitar?”.. Zippy, Record Producer.. Interesting Fact:.. Met Slash.. Hobbies:.. Hiding, cooking, stunts, card tricks and foraging for mushrooms and shellfish.. Scottish Islands gigged on:.. 28..

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  • Title: Gabe McVarish | www.daimh.net
    Descriptive info: Gabe McVarish (fiddle) grew up in North California, where his family settled after emigrating from Morar via British Columbia and Prince Edward Island on Canada’s East Coast.. Gabe arrived in Scotland at the age of 17 on a Fiddle scholarship with the legendary Aonghas Grant in Fort William.. Deciding to stay in the area, he moved to Morar only to discover that it was the village his great-great-grandfather had departed for the New World.. It remains the only MacVarish enclave in the country.. 2010 saw the release of Gabe’s solo album Eclection a culmination of fiddle styles and repertoire from  ...   throughout.. California s golden boy has recorded a solo album, and it s 24 carat.. Alex Monaghan folkworld.. de.. a major force in the Celtic music world awesome truly outstanding arrangements, all excellently produced should be compulsory listening, both as an example of individual expertise and of collective understanding of the essence of great music.. Gordon Potter, The Living Tradition.. Freshman year in highschool, Gabe placed in the top 10 in a slalom competition against Auburn for Davis High School team and got a plaque for ‘most improved’.. Cooking, skiing, craft beer tasting, cross country mountain biking and mycology.. 25..

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  • Title: Damian Helliwell | www.daimh.net
    Descriptive info: Damian Helliwell (mandolin and banjo) was born and raised on the remote Island of Eigg, one of the famous Small or ‘Cocktail’ Islands archipelago located about ten miles from the coast of West Lochaber.. Eigg is one of the only places on the planet to have its own electrical grid powered entirely from renewable energy generated on the Island.. Entirely self-taught, Damian joined the band in  ...   from an early age, Damian is not only an outstanding musician but also an exceptional composer of tunes.. “he blends the traditional Scottish impulse into a dynamic, fluid and always keenly melodic sound.. The Scotsman.. Damian is single handedly building his own house out of straw bales.. Researching free energy machines, theoretical inventing, engaging in philosophical discourse contemplating the nature of reality and the like.. 6..

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  • Title: Angus MacKenzie | www.daimh.net
    Descriptive info: Angus MacKenzie (pipes/whistle) is a native Gaelic speaker from the musically rich area of Mabou, Cape Breton Island on Canada’s east coast.. His father emigrated from South Uist in the Western Isles to Canada, while his mother’s people are descended from the early settlers know as the Mabou Pioneers, who left from Lochaber.. Angus came to Scotland to study at Sabhal Mor Ostaig, the Gaelic College on the Isle of Skye where he still lives today.. The eldest of three brothers in a famous musical family, Angus and his fiddle-playing sibling Kenneth have recently released a much-anticipated album, Pìob is Fidheall.. The album explores the long and deep  ...   are evident in their music, as is the way they play together with a closeness and understanding rarely found outwith families.. For me this is as good as it gets.. Iain MacDonald September 2010.. “the sense of long family musical tradition shines through in the quality, richness and sheer expressivity of their playing.. Herald Scotland.. “Tasteful, assured, and really well played, it s guaranteed to inspire the feet and leave a smile on your lips.. Member of the team that accumulated the lowest points total ever achieved on.. Thall Thairis.. , Gaelic TV’s version of the Scottish Passport quiz programme.. Baking, Badminton, Football, watching DVDs, playing the Mandola.. 24..

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  • Title: Promo | www.daimh.net
    Descriptive info: Promo Photos:.. Download Our Spec:.. Daimh Tech Spec.. Shopping Cart.. Your shopping cart is empty.. Visit our shop..

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  • Title: Gallery | www.daimh.net
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  • Title: Tatihou '08 | www.daimh.net
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