Phamie opens Celtic Colours Festival, Canada

11th of October: Opening Celtic Colours Festival. CANADA Phamie is delighted to be invited to perform for the opening ceremony of this year’s Celtic Colours Festival in Cape Breton Island, Canada in October. Phamie will be performing alongside her long-standing friend, exceptional star fiddler Ashley MacIsaac and others. The opening event is happening at the Centre 200 Arena in Sydney and Phamie will also be performing locally on the 13th alongside Ashley and others also. https://celtic-colours.com/shows/the-chieftains-and-friends/
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Phamie releases new single Bu Tusa An Gaol Friday (You Were The Love on My Mind) 26th of July

James Graham is the featured singer on Phamie’s new single, Bu Tusa an Gaol (You Were The Love on My Mind), released 26 Jul 2019. Composed by Phamie, with lyrics by the great Gaelic poet Aonghas MacNeacail, it is an exquisitely poignant song, with Phamie on piano and backing vocals, and cello by Seylan Baxter. Phamie: I see this song as a love song for the land. I feel it is perfect timing to release this with all the climate change going on. It makes it even more heartbreaking to know that the change is speeding up, especially in nature,
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Phamie plays for Southern France listeners

Phamie is delighted to return to one of her favourite parts of the world, the South of France. She will be performing a solo concert on the celtic harp on the 26th of May at 7pm at L’eglise du Barry in Montpeyroux. 10 years ago Phamie performed there to a complete full house and left the locals with a very memorable experience.
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NEW single and cinematic music film

It has been a very exciting and productive year for Phamie. After the success of Beyond the Milky Way (going viral on Spotify), Phamie will release her first single ever entitled ‘The Peace Farmer’. This is the piano solo version of the composition. Phamie also had huge pleasure in collaborating with extremely gifted filmmaker Craig McKay to produce a brand new cinematic music video which will be released shortly. A strong message of peace and the importance of cultivating the planet and therefore our souls comes through as the message behind this collaboration. This single will be released on all
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Phamie and the Prof

A journey through the music, history, poetry and tales of Scotland – and beyond. Enlightenment scholar Professor David Purdie will be joining Phamie on stage for the first time in this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. David is one of Scotland’s most celebrated public speakers. His seriously amusing speeches are in great demand for occasions at home and abroad, while his academic lectures range over Scottish and English literature, classics and philosophy. Phamie and the Prof met this year when they both performed separately at an Edinburgh Burns Night, audience reaction being that their unique blend of the Music, Words and
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‘Sweet Frederik’ from the latest album, has reached over 2 million plays on Spotify!

We are happy to announce that ‘Sweet Frederik’ from the latest album, has reached over 2 million plays on Spotify and rising. It was selected for the SLEEP compilation album. Beyond the Milky Way cd is also an official ‘best selling’ cd in Blackwells Book Shop, UK. To purchase, please go to the shop page. The CD has been played on Classic FM by John Brunning, Alan Titchmarsh, Myleen Klass.
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