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THE MAKING OF ‘ANGELS AROUND US’ AT FRANKS STUDIO
BIO Scott Macdonald is a Scottish singer/songwriter well known on the music circuit for playing at musical festivals and concerts in Scotland. He was brought up in Eaglesham Glasgow, where he showed a keen interest in music and played in several bands before his solo career. He drew inspiration from artists such as Neil Young, John Martyn, Dougie McLean, Ed Kuepper , Xavier Rudd and Mike Scott and Martin Stephenson.
He has recently played America and the Netherlands and has supported the late Bert Jansch, Seasick Steve and Eddie Reader among others and has recorded several albums. His first EP Burn Baby Burn was chosen by BBC Scotland for it’s seriously Scottish Album for Midem and the track ‘I Belong’ was used for the BBC series ‘Monty Halls Great Escape’.’
Scott is a one-man band who plays acoustic guitar, harmonica, tambourine, stomp box and the odd mouth trumpet ! He recorded an album titled “Soul City’ with Martin Stephenson of The Daintees and has just completed and released an album recorded by Frankie Gibbon of ‘Lindisfarne’ and Alan Hull fame.
The album is titled ‘ANGELS AROUND US’.
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