We had a great time playing at Celtic Connections, supporting Twelfth Day at St Andrew’s in the Square. Thanks to Neil McFadyen at Folk Radio UK for this lovely review.
We’re delighted to be playing at this year’s Celtic Connections festival on 22nd January, supporting the marvellous Twelfth Day & Friends at St Andrew’s In The Square. Tickets are available here.
We’re playing at Caol Community Centre tonight and The Old Inn, Skye, tomorrow. Tuesday 15th it’s Glasgow’s The Old Hairdressers (with support from Elizabeth and Ben Anderson) and on Saturday 19th we visit the Scots Fiddle Festival, Edinburgh. Hope to see some of you on our travels!
Here’s another live video, made by the very talented Mike Guest. This one features three tunes with a connection to Fiona’s homeland, Skye.
We’re delighted to bring you this live video of one of our favourite tracks! Made by Mike Guest.
We started playing together around 2010, and took our name from this book that Sarah remembers from childhood. Eileen Soper was an illustrator and etcher who specialised in children’s books and wildlife. She was the youngest artist ever to exhibit work at the Royal Academy, aged just 15, and went on to illustrate many of … Continue reading The story behind our name
We’re looking forward to visiting The Scottish Arts Club, Edinburgh on 17th June as part of Live Music Now Scotland’s Menuhin Centenary Series. Tickets and further information can be found here.
Hi everyone, We’re really pleased to say that our CDs are back in business. Head over to our bandcamp page to order yours. If you’ve bought one at a gig and would like a replacement copy, please get in touch with us via the contact form. We’ll also be releasing some live videos over the … Continue reading Good news
We’re sorry to say that we’ve had some teething problems with our CDs and some download platforms. Thank you to everyone who’s been so supportive so far: if you’ve had any issues at all with the music you’ve purchased, please let us know by emailing wildingsmusic [at] hotmail [dot] co [dot] uk. We have a … Continue reading Oops…