Sangsters are Anne Murray MBE, John Blackwood & Fiona Forbes, all from the Kingdom of Fife. They have two CDs on the Greentrax label, both produced by Ian McCalman: Sangsters Begin, Greentrax CDTRAX 065 and Sharp and Sweet, Greentrax CDTRAX 207.
Since 1991 they have been entertaining audiences with their songs and humour at festivals (including Celtic Connections, Celtic Colours in Cape Breton, Edinburgh Folk Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Orkney, Stonehaven, Killin, Irvine, Keith, Kirriemuir, Girvan and Auchtermuchty) and at gigs from Stornoway to Melrose, from Girvan to Aberdeen, as well as visits to Germany, Ireland, England and Canada.
Their repertoire is almost exclusively Scots, and includes traditional song, Burns, and contemporary songs from the likes of Andy M Stewart and Jim Reid.
"They are Scotland's number one harmony group. They are indeed the sultans of Scottish song. Stunning close harmonies, well chosen material and some awfy funny asides - that's Sangsters." - Ian McCalman
'cream of the crop...stunningly good...a big warm sound that sucks you into the song' The Scotsman
'sheer delight…some of the best harmonies I have heard for a long time…in a word - excellent' Living Tradition
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