Robin playing live on stage

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Robin Campbell – Scottish Folksinger – teller of a good yarn or two. Hearing Robin perform Scots-Irish folk songs opens up a door to a lineage of journeymen, rogues, poets, and the quiet heroism of everyday folk.

Robin’s journey spans from the early days in Glasgow bands and with folk duo Lomond Folk, through the solo years to the present with traditional folk duo Celtic Krystal and Robin’s eclectic Celtic MashUp band. Robin’s performances are as fresh and relevant as ever and full of energy. Expect the unexpected at our gigs.

It has been a long and winding road via different genres, but Robin has always stayed true to his Celtic roots.

What's New

Robin – Had a great time at the Plume of Feathers on Sunday 8th December with Celtic MashUp. Thanks to all you good people, who came along. Very much appreciated.

Robin in 2021

Celtic MashUp – enjoyed the craic at The Plume of Feathers in Ickleford.

Robin Campbell’s Celtic MashUp is a 100% pure, high energy blend of the best in traditional Scottish and Irish music with jigs, reels and songs of the Celts. Listen for the eclectic MashUps in our sets.  Expect the unexpected at our gigs.

Robin in 2021

JazzUp – next gig at Club 85 in Hitchin is on Saturday 29th January 2022 with Quintet Blue featuring Denys Baptiste & Nigel Price. JazzUp is co-promoted and sponsored by Keechdesign, Robin Campbell Music, and Club 85 Hitchin. Tickets available at my shop.

Robin in 2021

Celtic Krystal – Celtic Krystal is resting until 22nd January 2022. Krystal now has a baby daughter and had her second baby girl in September, so the fiddle is resting for a few months in the violin case. However, we are taking bookings for 2022 and are available for parties, folk nights, ceilidhs, concerts, Burns nights, clubs and  pubs – indeed anywhere you want a traditional Celtic vibe.

Inveraray Pier Project  – Pleased to say that the new sponsored web site for the community project is now live. This is what I call my ‘roots’ personal challenge to help get the Inveraray Pier back into the community and so we can relive those happy days ‘fishin’ aff the pier’ and the ‘stories of yer old granny neckin’ it doon the pier’ and ‘skinny dippin’ aff the end o’ the pier’ – or so I’m told !

Last updated: 7th December 2021

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Celtic MashUp are now taking bookings for 2022 and Celtic Krystal hope to be back from January 2022. Available for clubs, pubs, parties, festivals, weddings and wakes!


A practice session with some of the band at SoundARC Studios,3B, St Francis Way, Shefford SG17 5DZ. Song I heard sung by Christy Moore and written by Jimmy MacCarthy - love it.

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Celtic MashUp are presently looking for a bass player for our tours of Ireland (February 2022) and Scotland (May / June 2022). So, if you play bass and you fancy joining us for loads o’ music and loads o’ the Craic, please get in touch via the Bookings and Enquiries page or give me a call 07860 667 557.

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