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The Most Dangerous Clogs In Scottish History

Denise has written a story of events that happened in Dumfriesshire, Scotland in the nineteenth century. This was published in the Autumn 2018 edition of well-known literary magazine Southlight and is a true story of the murder of a pedlar boy called John Elliot in the lowland hills of Eskdalemuir and the local peoples’ response... Continue Reading →

Distance Of Hope

Last month we spent time at our friend Jason’s recording studio laying down some backing vocals on his latest album 'The Ghosts of Granada'. It is always fun to work with him and the album is all original and full of great music. We are loving it! It’s out on 21 June. In the meantime,... Continue Reading →


This summer we will be heading to our favourite festival in the UK - the Upton Blues Festival in Worcestershire (19-21 July). Last year we played twice on the Campsite Stage with our friends Joe Evans and Rob McCabe - watch here. We were also interviewed twice and did a live 4 song set on... Continue Reading →

Club Desierto 5 May

As our weather improves thoughts turn to the hope of playing outside on sunny days. Club Desierto continues to promote original music. We have some treats for you!!!!!!RioMacRae host again and will do a set, this time accompanied by our friend Armorel Allan on cello! We are looking forward to this a lot. One or... Continue Reading →

Red Lamp Radio

Our friend DJ Craig Dean has now started his own online station called Red Lamp Radio and always includes our songs on his shows. His is arranging an interview with us and we will put the date up as soon as we have it done. Listen to Red Lamp Radio. 

3 Things About RioMacRae

There are 3 things folk always ask us about. One is about our lovely old dog Bronwyn who is often present at our gigs. We have no idea how old she is as she is a rescue dog and was found wandering the streets in Wales. She is showing her age lately with her grey... Continue Reading →

Bumped Into John Lennon

We tracked this down today after playing in Almeria recently. Always loved him and his unique music. Also cannot believe it is nearly 40 years since we lost him. Rave on through your great work, John Lennon!

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