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Outer Hebrides Music

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A friend and I are planning a trip to the Outer Hebrides in May of 2014. I am a big fan of traditional folk music and songs by Kathleen MacInnes and Julie Fowlis have really peaked my interest. While I'm in Scotland, I would love to hear some of their traditional Celtic music, particularily Puirt A Beul and waulking songs. I haven't heard of any festivals in May but picked that month as we wanted to avoid the summer crowds and the midges. Plus it works well for our co-workers if we take our vacations during off times. Does anyone have any suggestions on where I can hear any of that kind of music or see any country dances (not the highly stylized Highland dancing but the country dancing) while visiting?

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