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  • Remembering digital download - Ross Ainslie
    know if you will come in France during this year 2015 2016 I want to tell you I made an irish music album with a friend maybe if you have 20 minutes you can listen it Its my first album i think it will be intersting to know how a professional scottish musician like you think about this album You can check it on soundcloud its called Transcendance Loic Guenneguez 2015 Thank you very much Reply Ross Ainslie says February 1 2016 at 7 26 pm Hi Loic thanks for your message I m sorry for late reply I don t check the website that often I don t think I ve any French gigs this year but maybe in 2017 I will have a listen to your soundcloud All the best Ross Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Name Email Website A wee test to ensure you are a human 5 in You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong New Album Remembering Pre release copies available now Postage Options UK

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  • schmo schmo0, Author at Ross Ainslie
    MORE Leave your comment Posted by schmo schmo0 on July 14 2015 No Comments Celtic Connections 2015 Hi folks I ve found myself with a bit of downtime so thought I d write a wee blog about Celtic Connections The festival started with a gig I was very much looking forward to and honoured to be a part of READ MORE Leave your comment Posted by schmo schmo0 on March 29 2015 No Comments Summer and Autumn Blog 2014 Hi folks It s been a while and there s been a lot happening so I thought I d update you all on what I ve been up to over the last wee while The summer kicked off back in June at a very READ MORE Leave your comment Posted by schmo schmo0 on November 17 2014 2 Comments Spring Blog 2014 Hi folks I ve got a day off so thought I d fill you in on what s been happening the last few months March was taken up with a 15 gig UK tour with Salsa Celtica The band were on form and READ MORE Leave your comment Posted by schmo schmo0 on June 13 2014 No Comments Vale of Atholl Pipe Band Medley Set Hi folks I was delighted to be asked to help out the Vale of Atholl pipe band with some tunes for there Medley set for this year I just found this on youtube check it out All the best Ross READ MORE Leave your comment Posted by schmo schmo0 on May 20 2014 No Comments Autumn and Winter Blog 2013 14 Hi folks I ve got a weekend off for once so just catching up on things It was September since my last blog and there s a lot been going on so bear

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  • The Making of Remembering - Documentary - Ross Ainslie
    Coincidentally we were very lucky to have David Owen Blackley of www hernameismurderproductions com there to capture the atmosphere So I d like to say a big thanks to David and also all the guys involved Ali James Hamish Laura Beth Laura John Wee Gordy Matheu Andrea Giulia and Robin Hope you like it The album is available for Pre release NOW from www rossainslie com It is available for download on 14 08 15 from www rossainslie bandcamp com It is available everywhere on 18 09 15 Facebook Twitter E mail Post navigation Previous Previous Post Next Remembering digital download Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Name Email Website A wee test to ensure you are a human r 10 You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong New Album Remembering Pre release copies available now Postage Options UK 12 00 GBP EU 13 50 GBP ROW 14 20 GBP Wide Open digital download Wide Open by Ross Ainslie Ross s tune Book This my first collection of my compositions Featuring Taybank

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  • - Ross Ainslie
    published Name Email Website A wee test to ensure you are a human nin 7 You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong New Album Remembering Pre release copies available now Postage Options UK 12 00 GBP EU 13 50 GBP ROW 14 20 GBP Wide Open digital download

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  • Fly Higher with Steve Byrne - Ross Ainslie
    a wee acoustic version of Ross s song Fly Higher from his new album REMEMBERING Filmed live by Somhairle Macdonald www somhairle co uk at Schmo Towers It is available for pre release on 1st July from www rossainslie com It is available for download on 14th August from www rossainslie bandcamp com The album will be released everywhere on 18th September Facebook Twitter E mail Post navigation Previous Celtic Connections 2015 Next Next Post Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Name Email Website A wee test to ensure you are a human ix 8 You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong New Album Remembering Pre release copies available now Postage Options UK 12 00 GBP EU 13 50 GBP ROW 14 20 GBP Wide Open digital download Wide Open by Ross Ainslie Ross s tune Book This my first collection of my compositions Featuring Taybank Shenanigans Dirty Bee and Easter Island Book UK postage 17 50 Book EU postage 18 50 Book ROW postage 21 00 Postage options UK postage 17

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  • Celtic Connections 2015 - Ross Ainslie
    www tunebook co uk shop I played a gig with Shooglenifty a few years ago and was delighted to be asked to play on their new album The Untied Knot which is to be released on 16th May this year The guys were showcasing the album and celebrating 25 years as a band at the Fruitmarket on Friday night I m going to be playing with them again at Knockengorroch Festival on 24th May Looking forward to it I had 2 gigs to do on Saturday the first was a guest spot with the amazing Asturian band Llan de Cubel who were celebrating 30 years as a band Thanks to them for having me was great to play some of their music So from the Mitchell Theatre to the Concert Hall to meet up with the Treacherous boys It was a big gig with four acts on including Coco Mbassi Mike Mcgoldrick Big Band Songhoy Blues and us to finish the night Was great to have ace lighting engineer Gary Ebdy with us for the gig https www facebook com pages Lunas Live 303116356375154 fref ts It s always good fun to play at the festival club after the Treacherous gig so we packed up quickly after our gig and headed straight to the Art School to end the night in style So after not very much sleep I got up early to head to the Strathclyde Suite in the Concert Hall to get set up for the debut performance of my New Voices piece Remembering This piece was very different for me as it consisted mostly of songs I was lucky to have in the band Hamish Napier on vocals and keys Laura Beth Salter on vocals and mandolin Laura Wilkie on vocals and fiddle Gordy Duncan Jr on vocals and drums Ali Hutton on guitar pipes and whistle John Somerville on accordion James Lindsay on bass and Matheu Watson on electric guitar The gig went really well so thanks to all of them for all their hard work After a few hours break I was back into the Strathclyde Suite to sound check with Jarlath Henderson for a support gig to old pal and fantastic fiddler Adam Sutherland and his band Was great to join forces at the end of the night and play 2 of Adam s classics So to complete the weekend and third gig of the day we headed down to the club to play a couple of songs from my New Voices gig It was some weekend of music and really chuffed with all the gigs Nice to get a mention in one of the Celtic Blogs too http www celticconnections com blog Pages A musical marathon aspx Thanks to David Allison for inviting me to perform my New Voices piece live on the radio We were on Bruce Macgregor s show Travelling Folk It was a treat to be able to play the stuff again Here s 2 songs from the live session

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  • Summer and Autumn Blog 2014 - Ross Ainslie
    train This time going back to Lorient to play at the festival again This time the show was at the Lorient football stadium a gig that I ve wanted to do for years We shared the gig with the Dublin Legends and the Strypes Eamonn Coyne and I got a flight to Southampton the following day to meet the Treacherous boys at a crazy festival called Boomtown The guys were driving down from Glasgow and had some van trouble so they just made it in time for a quick sound check before going straight onstage Ali Duncan Andrea and I left straight after the gig to travel to the other side of London to catch a flight back to France the next day We were heading to a festival in Tatihou near Normandy The gig was great but had to catch a 5 hour bus journey to Paris after the gig for an early flight home in the morning It was a hectic week but we played some great gigs I was delighted to get a couple of days rest before getting a flight down to Bristol to play with Jarlath and the boys at Wickham festival big thanks to Eamonn Nugent for learning the set and joining us on bodhran I ve played the festival with various different line ups over the years and always have a good time there the backstage guys are really sound and they look after artists very well so thanks to them The day after I flew out to Colindres Cantabria in the North of Spain for a festival called Sauga Folk with my own Trio Joining me for this trip was Mike Bryan on guitar and Gordy Duncan Jr on drums I played the festival back in 2001 with Gordon Duncan Gordy s Dad and my teacher Ali Hutton and Morgan Macdonald and it was probably the first real tour I ever did It was great to go back especially as wee Gordy was there too It was then back down south with Treacherous Orchestra to a festival called Off the Tracks I d played it before with Salsa Celtica its a nice wee festival right next to Donington Race Track Eamonn Coyne and I travelled from Off the Tracks to Finland to meet up with the Salsa crew We were playing at the Helsinki Festival in an amazing venue Great gig altogether and the sound guys were really on the ball Blas festival followed Finland and I had three shows there this year The first two were with Jarlath joined by Matheu Watson on guitar We played in Roybridge then Eden Court in Inverness before I travelled to Oban for a show with Dougie Maclean I rushed back to Glasgow after the Oban gig to catch a flight to Belgium to play with Jar and the boys at Alden Biesen Scottish Weekend We always have a good time at the festival so thanks to Rik and all the guys there for getting

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  • Spring Blog 2014 - Ross Ainslie
    gigs one in Strathpeffer Pavilion supported by great new band Elephant Sessions followed by a rammed gig the next day in Stirling at the Tolbooth May was a really busy month that started off in Belfast with Jarlath Henderson We were asked to play for the opening of Duncairn Centre for Culture and Arts It s an amazing venue to play and we ll hopefully be back soon cheers to Ray Giffen for looking after us We had an early flight back from Belfast so that we could drive up to Oban to catch a ferry to Mull where we were playing for a showcase weekend called The Visit Thanks to Innes Watson for filling in for Ali Hutton who was on Old Blind Dogs duties I had another early start to get the ferry back to Oban and drive over to Aberlour where I had a gig with Charlie Mckerron and Tim Edey for the Spirit of Speyside Festival It s always great to play with the guys and good to see some Dunning pals who came up to visit To finish the run of gigs Jar and I drove down to Edinburgh to meet Ali Hutton to play as part of the Tradfest It was a piping night so we were sharing the bill with Roddy MacLeod Hamish Moore Gary West and a quartet from the Boghall and Bathgate Pipe Band Next up I had four gigs with singer melodeon player Luke Daniels playing some new music called Songs of the Scottish Enlightenment We played at Edinburgh House Concerts the Glad Cafe in Glasgow Tolbooth in Stirling and finished in the Woodend Barn in Banchory There was some great musicians involved including Matheu Watson on guitar Patsy Reid on fiddle Signy Jacobsdottir on percussion and brilliant American gaelic singer Yaffa Quan Weinreich I drove back to Glasgow after Banchory to catch a few hours sleep before driving to Kennacraig to meet Dougie and Jenny Maclean so that we could catch another ferry this time to Islay to play at the Whisky Festival where we were playing in the Bowmore Village Hall It was great to have Dougie s camper van over with us Hotel Caledonia 2 It provides a great backstage area definitely the way to tour Cheers to Jenny for looking after us and cooking The following day I had to get to Dumfries to play at Knockengorroch festival and had another really early start catching the 7am ferry back to the mainland I met up with Ali in Glasgow and we drove down to meet the hippies If you ve not been to Knockengorroch I d recommend it it s definitely a unique festival to say the least May ended with two big gigs the first at Aberdeen Music Hall with Treacherous Orchestra The gig was part of their Northern Arc Series and we were paired up with Icelandic band Lay Low It was great to do a bit of collaborating with the guys on the

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