Arthur Cormack began singing at the age of 8, winning the National Mòd Gold Medal – the premier award for Gaelic singing – at the age of 18.
Arthur has several albums to his credit as a solo singer including his 2017 release, Buanas. Although nearly 30 years may have passed since his last solo album, he has remained one of Scotland’s most popular Gaelic singers and, in the interim, recorded several albums with the bands Mac-talla and Cliar in addition to guesting on a number of CDs. He has also continued to sing at concerts, cèilidhs and festivals as well as appearing regularly on television and radio.
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