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Mike Moroney
I was so much older then; I'm younger than that now.
I was so much older then; I'm younger than that now.

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Just a day out from a few years ago.

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Marcus William Turner, 16th February 1956 — 2nd February 2016
New Zealand folk music icon and former children's television presenter Marcus Turner died suddenly at his Dunedin home just shy of his 60th birthday. Born to English immigrant parents in Roxburgh, Marcus grew up with his younger brother and sister, Linus an...

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If you want to see a top Scottish act, this is the one!
Sandy Brechin is one of Scotland’s best known accordionists, famous for his lightning-fast playing and hilarious on-stage humour. He has developed his own unique approach to the art of accordion playing and his innovative style is instantly recognisable: a combination of slick, incredibly fast finger-work on the melody and a revolutionary method of syncopation on the bass. Sandy was the first in Scotland to play professionally the small 48 bass size of accordion, which is now pretty much his trademark.
“If you want to hear what an accordion can do in the right hands, put it in the right and left hands of Sandy Brechin.” – The Living Tradition
In a career spanning almost 40 years, Sandy has played with many well-known Scottish bands all over the world, dabbled in the Eurovision Song Contest, published a book of his own compositions, made a couple of teaching videos, taught at music schools internationally, performed for royalty, acted on stage… this could all start to sound quite dry, but please bear in mind that this is the same Sandy Brechin of whom Radio Scotland said “He’s a very lucid, sane person, given that he’s a complete loony”!

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Neil Colquhoun; Reanimating NZ Folk Song
Collector, composer and publisher Neil Colquhoun, regarded by some as the the father of New Zealand folk song, died on Wednesday, 29th October 2014. Tony Vercoe, former manager, owner, producer: Kiwi Records/Kiwi Pacific Records Ltd, 1959-1989, writes: The ...

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