With a love for traditional and contemporary folk alike, underpinned by a passion for the works of Robert Burns, Eilidh’s stunning voice has made a considerable impression on the British and European folk scenes. Her vocal style, with shades of a Caledonian Joni Mitchell, won her the Danny Kyle Award at the 2004 Celtic Connections festival and since then she has gone on to perform at some of the best venues in the country, sharing the stage with some of the most well-known musicians of today.
In October 2011 Eilidh won a Scottish New Music Award for Best Folk/Traditional Recording of year for her debut album “Masks and Smiles”, which she dedicated to her new baby boy. The award now sits proudly out of reach of, not one but two sets of little hands.
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