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- Anna Martin, Gàidhlig singer from and living in Skye. Recording and performing traditional Scottish Gaelic song.
- Gàidhlig singer, actress and teacher from Uig, Lewis.
Brian Ó hEadhra
- Gàidhlig (Scottish and Irish) singer, songwriter, guitar player, language worker, music manager
- Band formed by students at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Scotland's Gaelic-medium college
- Home website of a traditional Highland singer, exploring her passion for Scotland's traditions of song. Includes details of workshops, project, performances and albums.
- An Cliath Clis - Milling frolic performing group in Halifax, Nova Scotia
- A dance group performing percussive traditional Scottish step-dances, traditional music and Gaelic song
- A group with fluent Gaelic speakers playing Scottish, Irish and Cape Breton music
- A group of five girls performing traditional Scottish and Irish music and Gaelic song
- Fiona Mackenzie - Gaelic singer and teacher, from Morayshire, living in Dingwall
- Ishbel MacAskill - a traditional Gaelic singer from the island of Lewis
- A group of three MacKenzie sisters, Eilidh, Fiona and Gillian, Gaelic singers from Lewis
- Gaelic singer and teacher of Scottish dance and song, from Massachusetts, USA.
- Gaelic singer, folklorist, writer, lecturer, and storyteller. Originally from Skye.
- Maggie MacInnes - Gaelic singer and clàrsach player from Barra
- Traditional Gaelic singer from Lewis
Màiri Sìne NicLaomainn
- Mary Jane Lamond - Gaelic singer singing songs from the Cape Breton tradition
- Wisconsin based group singing mostly in Irish Gaelic but also Scottish Gaelic, etc.
- Official unofficial website of The Rankins (formerly known as The Rankin Family), a musical family from Mabou, Cape Breton
- Scottish/Gaelic rock band, often in UK Top Ten, gold disc winners, with large international fan-base especially in Denmark and Germany, cult status
- Originally a four part Gaelic choir from Seattle, Seirm now also performs staged music dramas and includes instrumentalists as a part of the group.
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