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  • Filming for "The Dewarists" - Ross Ainslie
    producer Karsh Kale Libertines singer Carl Barat and myself on pipes and whistles The recording sounded brilliant and we managed to make the video in the beautiful Taymouth Castle which I can t wait to see All in all it was a very interesting week and great to spend time with everyone involved Here s some snaps of the week All the Best Ross Facebook Twitter E mail Post navigation Previous Summer and Autumn Blog 2012 Next The Dewarist s The Minstrel s Tale One thought on Filming for The Dewarists Becky says November 29 2012 at 7 05 am Hey Ross Thank you so much for sharing these photos Wow Taymouth Castle looks like an absolutely gorgeous place The pictures are just stunning Once again thank you for sharing them Sincerely Becky Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Name Email Website A wee test to ensure you are a human 7 s x You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote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

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  • The Dewarist's "The Minstrel's Tale" - Ross Ainslie
    the best Ross Facebook Twitter E mail Post navigation Previous Filming for The Dewarists Next Music Video for The Dewarist s One thought on The Dewarist s The Minstrel s Tale Becky says January 4 2013 at 8 30 am Hey there Ross Happy New Year to you too Thanks I did have a good holiday I hope you had a great holiday too Thank you so much for sharing this I really love it You all did a great job It was so interesting to see how all of you met up and how it all came together so beautifully I really enjoyed every part of it Well done Sincerely Becky Reply Leave a Reply to Becky Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Name Email Website A wee test to ensure you are a human f e 0 You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote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

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  • Summer and Autumn Blog 2012 - Ross Ainslie
    with a trip up to Inverness for Belladrum festival with Treacherous Orchestra and I was even trusted to drive the car which was great fun Got back to Glasgow that night for an early flight in the morning to Wickham festival where I met up with Charlie Mckerron and Marc Clement for a gig that night In the morning I got a train from Wickham to Sidmouth festival where I caught up with the Treacherous boys great to see Moira Duncan Gordon s sister and her husband Mick To finish this run of gigs off was a flight to Lorient to play at their amazing Celtic festival with Treacherous Orchestra Here s some photos and video clips I ve been playing with Dougie Maclean for years now and the gigs are always great fun so I was delighted to be asked to play with Dougie in the Queens hall in Edinburgh as part of the Fringe festival Lovely to see Phil Roy and John from the Tannahill Weaver s after the show and thanks to them for persuading me to go to Campbeltown festival with them Photo s and video clip I ve been a fan of Shooglenifty for as long as I can remember and was really pleased to be asked to play a gig with them down near Devon at Purbeck festival I had to learn the whole set which was hard but well worth it what an honour it was Flew back into Edinburgh for a Treacherous gig at the Fringe then next day drove down to Shrewsbury for one of our best performances yet we were the closing band for the festival it was MAGIC Here s some photo s and video clips My old friend Becky from my days in Tayforth OTC was getting married and asked myself and the pipe major to come and play for her wedding which was a lovely day and great to get the full dress back on I ve been musical director the last 6 years for a show called Scotland s National Treasure and its a tribute concert for my dear friend and teacher Gordon Duncan We had some amazing musicians this year who included Paddy Keenan Fred Morrison Fraser Fifield and Iarla o Lionaird Rona Wilkie Gordy Jnr and Treacherous Orchestra It s always a very emotional concert but its great to get together with musicians friends and family and take time to remember Gordon and the legacy he left behind This night was also the start to the Treacherous Orchestra tour and you can read a tour blog on this site http www spiralearth co uk news featurestory asp nid 6460 Coming to the end of the adventures and what a way to finish it started off with my own trio playing in Aberfeldy town hall as part of Dougie s Perthshire Amber Festival band was sounding great and the night topped off with Dougies trio joining us for a version of his song Stolen Thanks

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  • Filming for "The Dewarists" - Ross Ainslie
    Karsh Kale Libertines singer Carl Barat and myself on pipes and whistles The recording sounded brilliant and we managed to make the video in the beautiful Taymouth Castle which I can t wait to see All in all it was a very interesting week and great to spend time with everyone involved Here s some snaps of the week All the Best Ross Facebook Twitter E mail Post navigation Previous Summer and Autumn Blog 2012 Next The Dewarist s The Minstrel s Tale One thought on Filming for The Dewarists Becky says November 29 2012 at 7 05 am Hey Ross Thank you so much for sharing these photos Wow Taymouth Castle looks like an absolutely gorgeous place The pictures are just stunning Once again thank you for sharing them Sincerely Becky Reply Leave a Reply to Becky Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Name Email Website A wee test to ensure you are a human 8 s x 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

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  • Busy couple of months! - Ross Ainslie
    as part of the Visit Scotland team really looking forward to the trip On 16th I ll be going into the studio with Ali Hutton and Duncan Lyall to make a start on my debut album which I ve been planning for the last year can t wait to see how it turns out fingers crossed I ll be heading up to Shetland Folk Festival for the first time in May got gigs with Treacherous Orchestra and Jarlath Henderson so should be great Hopefully I ll come back alive All the Best Ross Facebook Twitter E mail Post navigation Previous India Next Summer and Autumn Blog 2012 3 thoughts on Busy couple of months Becky says April 6 2012 at 10 31 pm Hey Ross Great to hear from you again I m so happy that things are going well for you I ve been spreading the word about you and Treacherous Orchestra India Alba Salsa Celtica The Trio ect I think you guys are so great How long will you be in New York and Toronto Wish I could be there I hope you enjoy your time in New York and Toronto I can t wait for all of the new albums either I hope that you will tour soon in the USA Maybe I ll be able to catch a show if you do Once again great to hear from you Thanks for the update Take care now Reply Becky says April 6 2012 at 11 47 pm Ross I forgot to add that I would like to wish you and your family a very Happy Easter Happy Easter to all of Ross fans and friends too Take care now Reply Becky says May 24 2012 at 3 38 am I was just talking about you on twitter

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  • Summer and Autumn Blog 2012 - Ross Ainslie
    a trip up to Inverness for Belladrum festival with Treacherous Orchestra and I was even trusted to drive the car which was great fun Got back to Glasgow that night for an early flight in the morning to Wickham festival where I met up with Charlie Mckerron and Marc Clement for a gig that night In the morning I got a train from Wickham to Sidmouth festival where I caught up with the Treacherous boys great to see Moira Duncan Gordon s sister and her husband Mick To finish this run of gigs off was a flight to Lorient to play at their amazing Celtic festival with Treacherous Orchestra Here s some photos and video clips I ve been playing with Dougie Maclean for years now and the gigs are always great fun so I was delighted to be asked to play with Dougie in the Queens hall in Edinburgh as part of the Fringe festival Lovely to see Phil Roy and John from the Tannahill Weaver s after the show and thanks to them for persuading me to go to Campbeltown festival with them Photo s and video clip I ve been a fan of Shooglenifty for as long as I can remember and was really pleased to be asked to play a gig with them down near Devon at Purbeck festival I had to learn the whole set which was hard but well worth it what an honour it was Flew back into Edinburgh for a Treacherous gig at the Fringe then next day drove down to Shrewsbury for one of our best performances yet we were the closing band for the festival it was MAGIC Here s some photo s and video clips My old friend Becky from my days in Tayforth OTC was getting married and asked myself and the pipe major to come and play for her wedding which was a lovely day and great to get the full dress back on I ve been musical director the last 6 years for a show called Scotland s National Treasure and its a tribute concert for my dear friend and teacher Gordon Duncan We had some amazing musicians this year who included Paddy Keenan Fred Morrison Fraser Fifield and Iarla o Lionaird Rona Wilkie Gordy Jnr and Treacherous Orchestra It s always a very emotional concert but its great to get together with musicians friends and family and take time to remember Gordon and the legacy he left behind This night was also the start to the Treacherous Orchestra tour and you can read a tour blog on this site http www spiralearth co uk news featurestory asp nid 6460 Coming to the end of the adventures and what a way to finish it started off with my own trio playing in Aberfeldy town hall as part of Dougie s Perthshire Amber Festival band was sounding great and the night topped off with Dougies trio joining us for a version of his song Stolen Thanks to

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  • Summer and Autumn Blog 2012 - Ross Ainslie
    trip up to Inverness for Belladrum festival with Treacherous Orchestra and I was even trusted to drive the car which was great fun Got back to Glasgow that night for an early flight in the morning to Wickham festival where I met up with Charlie Mckerron and Marc Clement for a gig that night In the morning I got a train from Wickham to Sidmouth festival where I caught up with the Treacherous boys great to see Moira Duncan Gordon s sister and her husband Mick To finish this run of gigs off was a flight to Lorient to play at their amazing Celtic festival with Treacherous Orchestra Here s some photos and video clips I ve been playing with Dougie Maclean for years now and the gigs are always great fun so I was delighted to be asked to play with Dougie in the Queens hall in Edinburgh as part of the Fringe festival Lovely to see Phil Roy and John from the Tannahill Weaver s after the show and thanks to them for persuading me to go to Campbeltown festival with them Photo s and video clip I ve been a fan of Shooglenifty for as long as I can remember and was really pleased to be asked to play a gig with them down near Devon at Purbeck festival I had to learn the whole set which was hard but well worth it what an honour it was Flew back into Edinburgh for a Treacherous gig at the Fringe then next day drove down to Shrewsbury for one of our best performances yet we were the closing band for the festival it was MAGIC Here s some photo s and video clips My old friend Becky from my days in Tayforth OTC was getting married and asked myself and the pipe major to come and play for her wedding which was a lovely day and great to get the full dress back on I ve been musical director the last 6 years for a show called Scotland s National Treasure and its a tribute concert for my dear friend and teacher Gordon Duncan We had some amazing musicians this year who included Paddy Keenan Fred Morrison Fraser Fifield and Iarla o Lionaird Rona Wilkie Gordy Jnr and Treacherous Orchestra It s always a very emotional concert but its great to get together with musicians friends and family and take time to remember Gordon and the legacy he left behind This night was also the start to the Treacherous Orchestra tour and you can read a tour blog on this site http www spiralearth co uk news featurestory asp nid 6460 Coming to the end of the adventures and what a way to finish it started off with my own trio playing in Aberfeldy town hall as part of Dougie s Perthshire Amber Festival band was sounding great and the night topped off with Dougies trio joining us for a version of his song Stolen Thanks to Greg

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  • India - Ross Ainslie
    while since we were all together Just to let you know if you were thinking about ordering a tune book I won t be able to send it out to you till 10th March Cheers All the best Ross Facebook Twitter E mail Post navigation Previous New Trio Next Busy couple of months One thought on India Becky says February 24 2012 at 8 23 am I hope you have a great time in India Do you have any plans to tour in the USA in the future I would love to go to a concert Take care 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 e ght 1 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

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