Robin & Celtic Krystal ~ July 2018

CELTIC KRYSTAL CD, SILVER HERRING EARRINGS, POSTERS BY EILIDH PRICE ALL AVAILABLE FROM THEONLINE SHOP. Our new Celtic Krystal T-Shirts will soon be on sale from the shop and available at our gigs.

Looking forward to being back at The Vic in Hitchin as part of the Hitchin Festival programme. Hope to see some friendly faces with us for an evening of Folk, Cider and Sausage Rolls!

Folk, Cider & Sausage Rolls Silver darlings

This exciting new album includes many well know traditional folksongs and fiddle tunes. Themed around Ewan MacColl’s famous ‘The Shoals of Herring’ – the backdrop for the new CD – gave a living narrative to the creative design work of Scottish Designer Eilidh Price. Here you have a vivid insight into the music behind the inlay card and booklet. Robin Campbell sings the songs and Krystal Woodbridge plays a variety of traditional fiddle tunes. Duncan Ivory brings Bass Guitar and Bass Ukulele, while Dicky Deegan completes the crew on Whistles and Uilleann pipes. We hope you will come aboard and enjoy this album.

Celtic Krystal is available for Parties, Folk Nights, Ceilidhs, Concerts, Clubs, Pubs, Festivals, Weddings and Wakes, Saints Days and Holidays – indeed anywhere you want a Celtic vibe. email via our contact page or phone 07860 667 557.

Celtic Krystal - 'The Silver Darlings' RELEASE PROMO

Celtic Krystal Bonnie Glen Shee - CD CK2017

Track 12 from the CD CK2017 ‘The Silver Darlings’. Bonnie Glen Shee is a song of the travelling people who used to camp in Glen Isla near Bonnie Glen Shee. Generally the travelling people were hiding from government troops around the times of the Jacobite Rebellion and the Napoleonic Wars.


A Sample of 'Wild Mountain Thyme' from the new CD from Celtic Krystal called 'The Silver Darlings'. The title comes from Ewan MacColl's folk song - 'Shoals of Herring' Track 3. The CD is available from our Shop. (£10 + Postage UK and International)

Robin on Guitar
Krystal on Fiddle

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