Who’s who

Stuart Cameron — Accordion

Originally from Fort William, Stuart started playing the accordion at the age of 10. He travelled to Perth every second weekend to receive lessons from Peter Bruce. He moved to Glasgow to study Traditional music and graduated with Honours from the Conservatoire of Scotland in 2005. He is now a secondary school music teacher in Glasgow. Stuart has played on a number of Scottish ceilidh dance albums and is a regular performer on the BBC radio Scotland dance music programme, Take the Floor.

Simon Moran — Fiddle

Simon is from the Isle of Jura and has a distinct west coast, pipe style to his fiddle playing. He Graduated from The Royal Conservatoire in 2005 along with the rest of the band. An experienced performer and fiddle tutor, Simon has played all over Scotland and Europe with the band and other top musicians including Dougie MacLean, Stuart Cassells and Canterach. As well as the Deoch ‘n’ Dorus albums, Simon can be heard on many other traditional cd’s including Gary Innis ‘Hows the Craic?’ Sandy Meldrum’s Scottish Piano fusion, Stuart CasseLls ‘Blown Away’ and the eponymous Red hot chillie pipers CD. 

Andrew MacPherson — Drums & Percussion

Andrew has played music for the best part of his life. Starting out as a snare drummer with the Isle of Skye pipe band at the age of 9. Andrew furthered his traditional music skills whilst studying music at the Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow. A keen piper, whistle player and percussionist, he has been involved in numerous recording and performing projects over the years. When not busy playing with Deoch n Dorus, Andrew can be found performing with various groups including the Angus Nicolson trio and the Urban teuchtars. Andrew is kept busy as an instructor of traditional music, working for various body’s including Feisean nan Gaidheal.