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Feb 22 2010

“Heb Celt Ambassador / Hall of Fame”

The fabulous folks at the reknowned Hebridean Celtic Festival have been kind enough to make me an ambassador for the festival and one of the first three inductees to their newly formed Hall of Fame.

I am most chuffed and honoured.  See the official info below!  love Julie x

'One of Scotland's most renowned Gaelic music artists, Runrig, has been confirmed to play at this year's Hebridean Celtic Festival. The news comes as the band are listed as one of the festival's first inductees to its new Hall of Fame.

This year is the festival's 15th anniversary. It will see Runrig's first performance there since 2005, and be their major Scottish summer show for 2010.  The four days of music, which take place in Stornoway and surrounding communities (14th-17th July), will culminate in Runrig headlining the programme on the Saturday night.

The anniversary also brings the inception of the Hebridean Celtic Festival Hall of Fame. Festival Director Caroline MacLennan said: "We are delighted to be announcing Runrig for our programme this year, and our Hall of Fame. Runrig will not only provide our audience with a fabulous night out, they will also act as HebCelt ambassadors, taking our reputation as a fantastic festival to other musicians and audiences around the world.

"We are also inducting the talented Gaelic singer Julie Fowlis and the innovative Peatbog Faeries. All three have been selected for their commitment to our festival, and because of the superb shows each have delivered for our audiences over the years. We are very grateful to have their consent in furthering the good name of the Hebridean Celtic Festival and the stage is well set for a stunning event in July."
 
Tickets will go on sale in the Spring with details available on the festival website: www.hebceltfest.com <http://www.hebceltfest.com>








Jan 10 2010

“Thanks!”

Hi folks!  Just a wee note to give thanks to you all for the lovely messages and kind sentiments.  Myself and Éamon are thrilled with our beautiful daughter, and we are all doing great.  Belated wishes to you all for a great 2010!  Plenty of work coming in for the Summer and beyond, but for now we are just keeping warm from the snow and enjoying our new bundle of joy.  Keep in touch!  Lots of love, Julie xxx




Dec 22 2009

“Julie presenting on BBC Radio 2 this evening”

Hi folks, I will be presenting a programme on BBC Radio 2 this evening - 'Keeping Christmas Traditions Alive in North Wales'.  Tune in at 2200 to hear it!  It was a lovely experience for me to learn about these gorgeous singing traditions, have a listen and see for yourself! x




Nov 02 2009

“'dual' nominated as 'Album of the Year 2009'!”

Julie's Scottish/Irish collaboration 'dual' with husband Éamon Doorley, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh and Ross Martin has been nominated as 'Album of the Year 2009' at the Scots Trad Music Awards.

We are all really chuffed to be nominated, and it's all decided by public vote so if you want to lend us a bit of support, you can vote here at the Hands Up for Trad website.  Spread the word!! xxx




Nov 01 2009

“Julie voted Singer of the Year 2009 at the Hancock Awards”

Julie has been named winner of the 2009 vote for Singer of the Year, at the Hancock Awards (AKA 'Not the BBC Folk Awards'), publicly voted awards named in memory of Carey "Ces' Hancock, a founder member of Talkawhile music forum and an enthusiastic supporter of all music.

Check out their site here http://www.talkawhile.co.uk/

A huge honour - thanks folks!







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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Tour Dates

25th Feb
PARIS, FRANCE
Grande salle Pierre Boulez, Philharmonie de Paris, 221, avenue Jean-JaurŔs, 75019 Paris, France **SOLD OUT**

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