Fergie MacDonald, who play the button accordian, has given the world ceilidh music. He has a background in crofting,
hunting, poaching, fishing, whisky making, fighting peat cutting and also talks Gaelic. Geals define a ceilidh as a
meeting of a few friends in a thatched croft house. Music, singing, dancing and romance are the main ingredients.
Traditional ceilidh music is at the heart of everything that Fergie MacDonald is about, but he also has a great
sense of humour as he demonstrates in his off the wall calendar for 2012. His albums Ciilidh House, Jiggy Jig,
A Blast From The Past, The Ceilidh King, Live from Lochinver and Live from Achiltbuie are available to buy and
either download or receive an autographed copy via post. His latest album Connections is also now available online.
Fergie MacDonald and the rest of the band can be heard at anytime via cd, or when you visit scotland remember to look
him up and experience his type of ceilidh music live.