“PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE WEEK INSTORE”
As a wee thank you for our loyal customer support over the past year (and beyond!) we announce a special Sale instore here on the site for ONE WEEK ONLY starting today, Monday 5th December, and which will run to Sunday 11th December (inclusive). All physical products have been greatly reduced in price, and there will only be a nominal postage charge applied to each order, regardless of how large/heavy the order is.
This is a great opportunity to grab a few Christmas goodies at a bargain price, and direct from the artist too!
Check out the fabby reductions by clicking the Store tab above or through this link www.juliefowlis.com/store
PS As previously reported, Julie attended the glitzy MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards on Saturday 3rd December, as co-presenter and interviewer for BBC ALBA TV...and you can see highlights of the night, 'Na Trads' tonight (Monday 5th December) at 10.00pm on BBC ALBA TV (SKY TV 168, Freeview 8, Virgin Media 188, and Freesat 110) and repeated again on Friday 9th December at 9.00pm. http://www.bbcalba.co.uk
Dec 04 2011
“2011 MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards a Huge Success”
Scottish music stars were out in force last night (Saturday 3 December) to attend the 2011 MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards, which have been dubbed, ‘the Brits of the Trad scene.’ A record number of almost 100,000 votes were cast online by the public and winners were announced by hosts Mary Ann Kennedy and Tony Kearney at a glittering ceremony at the Perth Concert Hall.
Winners at the prestigious awards included Skerryvore (Best Live Act), Field Marshall Montgomery Pipe Band (Best Pipe Band), Battlefield Band (Folk Band Of The Year), Manran (Album Of The Year) and the band's lead singer, Norrie MacIver (Gaelic Singer of the Year).
The full details and list of all Award winners can be seen via the following link to the Trad Awards website:
The night was rounded off by some fantastic performances from winners Skerryvore, party starters Peatbog Faeries, the incredible Barbara Dickson Band and emerging talent Kristen Harvey and the National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland.
Alasdair Morrison, Chairman of event sponsors MG ALBA said “We’ve seen some incredible performances and honoured some fantastic winners this evening so we are thrilled once again to be the event sponsor. We believe passionately in showcasing the best of Gaelic and Scottish culture on BBC ALBA and we’re delighted that we can offer even more people the chance to share in the Awards by transmitting them on our channel.”
As previous reported, Julie was there also to co-present and interview for BBC ALBA TV and you can see highlights of the night, 'Na Trads' tomorrow night (Monday 5 December) at 10.00pm on BBC ALBA TV (SKY TV 168, Freeview 8, Virgin Media 188, and Freesat 110) and repeated again on Friday 9 December at 9.00pm. http://www.bbcalba.co.uk
Nov 13 2011
“Julie's USA Tour a Great Success!”
Nov 09 2011
“Last 3 Dates of Julie's USA Tour!”
Nov 04 2011
“Julie's US Tour Being Very Well Received!”
Julie with the brilliant Québécois quartet 'Le Vent du Nord' perform “Noces Tragique”.
Gach sgeul, the new album, OUT NOW
Julie Fowlis performing Hè Gràdh Hò Gràdh’ on BBC's Transatlantic Sessions
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