“Campbell’s voice can stop the clock, and there is a pervading sense of renewal and even transcendence in this material”
Jim Gilchrist, The Scotsman.

An exhilirating combination of heart and skill, ancient echoes and trust in the future.

“After so many years working in music isn’t it great when music yet again displays it’s power to shock and stun you and reduce you to tears.”  Tom Bancroft – musician

 

tutor of the year – Scots Trad Music Awards

scots singer of the year – Scots Trad Music Awards

female musician of the year – Liveireland

Enquiries: hello@mairicampbell.co.uk

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Review Dec 2013

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