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FourGoodMen

FourGoodMen

FourGoodMen


Ian Donaldson (H20) - Vocals, Derek Forbes (Simple Minds, Propaganda) - Bass, Mick MacNeil (Simple Minds, Pretenders) - Keyboards, Bruce Watson (Big Country) - Guitar, Special Guest on Drums - Smiley (Robbie Williams, Joe Strummer & The Mescalaros) When people think of traditional Scottish Music, they usually imagine the sound of pipes, accordions and fiddles playing reels and soulful laments. While this is still true, it’s not the only music being performed by Scottish musicians today. Read more on Last.fm
Ian Donaldson (H20) - Vocals, Derek Forbes (Simple Minds, Propaganda) - Bass, Mick MacNeil (Simple Minds, Pretenders) - Keyboards, Bruce Watson (Big Country) - Guitar, Special Guest on Drums - Smiley (Robbie Williams, Joe Strummer & The Mescalaros) When people think of traditional Scottish Music, they usually imagine the sound of pipes, accordions and fiddles playing reels and soulful laments. While this is still true, it’s not the only music being performed by Scottish musicians today. Now there is the sound of FOURGOODMEN, the latest manifestation of Celtic Song. What make FOURGOODMEN unique is their personnel.

They are all original members of major Scottish bands who have enjoyed huge success in the Music Industry. Between them, they have had almost 60 top 40 singles and 20 top 10 albums, 8 of them # 1's. Total records sold to date: 40,000,000. Now, in the 21st Century, they have come together to perform the hit songs that became the soundtrack for the lives of a generation, world-wide.

The band's debut show was at Glasgow Green, July 2005, performing to an audience of 15,000. Then top of the bill at The Mull of Kintyre Music Festival, Campbeltown, August 2005. Further high profile concerts and festivals in Scotland and Ireland have followed since. All sell outs.

Their most recent appearances were at Real Radio's Big In Falkirk Weekend in April 2006 and at The Borders Scottish Music Festival with Deacon Blue and The Saw Doctors. These will be followed by summer festivals in June and July in the U.K. and U.S. dates the end of November into December. Due to the reaction FOURGOODMEN have experienced live and requests from radio stations in America, the UK and Europe for fresh material to play, the band have started work on an album of brand new songs.

FOURGOODMEN hope they will become new hits to add to the already established ones. More on their website and myspace.com. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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