the Rocks” from James Coutts and his Band is this week’s featured album on the
Real Sunday Ceilidh. It was released in 2010.
The band are:
Accordion Iain Cathcart
Piano Graham Berry
Bass Brian Cruickshank
Drums Ian Adamson
Vocal John Caskie
Sleeve notes from the CD from James Coutts:
“Hopefully this album
will appeal to both dancers and listeners alike, as well as giving me the
opportunity to pay tribute to just a few of the many musicians whose playing
and compositions have inspired me.
Thanks, as always, to
the boys for their great support and to the production team for their expertise
Dedicated to Catherine,
Sandy and Gordon”
James Coutts and his Band
in Kirkcaldy, James Coutts and his Band are one of the most popular bands in
the circuit, and travel the length breadth of the country to play at gigs,
dances, ceilidhs, weddings, etc. Most of the band members are regular visitors
to Shetland too, for the various festivals there.
was taught by Peter Bruce and has won many competitions over the years,
including some of the most prestigious accordion competitions in the country.
he can be found on the other side of the competition stage – and is often
called upon to adjudicate many competitions – including some he has won in the
When he’s not strapped into an accordion, you can find him strapped into a car – his day job is a driving instructor!
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