Davy Holt has gathered so many great songs onto one album "On A Day Of Days". Davy has a big voice, and plays guitar and mandolin with Ross Cowan joining him on bagpipes.
Born in Dumfries & Galloway, folk singer Davy Holt now lives in the Highlands of Scotland. Davy started entertaining at an early age and turned professional at the age of 20. Davy’s music has been influenced by great Scottish groups such as Gaberlunzie and The Corries, whose blend of patriotic songs, humour and the ability to hold and entertain an audience are evident in Davy’s performances.
Since turning professional in 2001 Davy has performed all over Scotland, working on the busy ‘Tourist Circuit’ each summer and performing in pubs, hotels and village halls throughout the year. In the past Davy has performed at a number of Folk Festivals including Portpatrick Festival and Milnathort’s Crackin’ Ceilidh Weekend, he has also appeared on BBC Radio Scotland, Heartland FM & Border Television.
Kishmul's Galley; The News From Moidart; Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore; We're No Gonnae Leave Here; Caledonia; The Wallace; Mandolin Instrumental; Cod Liver Oil & The Orange Juice; Flower Of Scotland; Freedom's Sword; Butterfly.
"A first rate interpreter of traditional and modern folk music, Davy has made a giant leap forward with his third CD. ‘On a Day of Days’ sees Davy emerging from the strictures of being a Scottish folk entertainer, refining his own intuitive and dynamic take of folk music… and beyond.
Scots songs, traditional music, male folk singer.
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