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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Northern Stars on Discogs. Label: One-Up - OU ,One-Up - 0C • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Celtic, Folk.
  2. A Call from the North: EMI: Show of the North: EMI: 73/ The Best of the Wick Scottish Dance Band: EMI: Away up North: EMI: Come O'er the Hills: EMI: The Northern Stars: EMI: The Beauty of the North: EMI: In the 8 years a total of 13 records were released on EMI.
  3. The BBC artist page for The Wick Scottish Dance Band. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest The Wick Scottish Dance Band interviews.
  4. The Wick Scottish Dance Band: Sound of the North: LP: Strathspey and Reel: Strathspey and Reel: M 1: The Wick Scottish Dance Band: Scottish Jigs and Reels: CD: Campbeltown Kiltie Ball/John Spence o' Uyeasound: Waltz: Waltz: W: The Wick Scottish Dance Band: Sound of the North: LP: A Man's a Man for A' That/Scots Wha Hae/Auld Lang Syne: Waltz.
  5. The Wick Scottish Dance Band. The Wick Scottish Dance Band was formed in Caithness in by fiddler Addie Harper and accordionist Eann Nicolson, both of whom stayed with the band during its year first recording was an EP called Pentland Airs, and the following year began a long string of albums produced by the band.
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  7. The Magnetic Stars of The North. £ Introducing the many sounds of the world famous multi-instrumentalists from Wick. Addie Snr (fiddle, banjo, Hawaiian guitar), Addie Jnr (fiddle, accordion, guitar, from the s an excellent 6 piece Dance Band playing traditional Scottish Music taken from two albums recorded in the s. Add to Cart.
  8. In the early s Rod, Frances and Mitch were at university together in London where they started band called North and South. North and South played regularly for the University Folk Dance Society and graduated to playing for Folk Dances, Barn Dances, Square Dances and Ceilidhs in the London area, at Cecil Sharp House and at Festivals.
  9. The HLI Ceilidh Band are among Scotland's top exponents of the Ceilidh tradition. All strong musicians, the Band are equally at home as a 'dance' band and a 'performance' band. The Band will guide you and your guests through all the traditional Scottish dances and steps (as well as some with a very international flavour).

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