Aberdeenshire-based Paul Anderson; includes a biography, gig-guide, video clips, and contact details.
Banchory Strathspey & Reel Society
Formed in 1932 to play the traditional music of Scotland. Includes their performance diary, recordings, history, and information about their annual festival.
Blackford Fiddle Group
Aims to help people in Perthshire to learn traditional fiddle playing; includes information about their weekly sessions, gigs list, and recordings. Also offer a collection of tunes with sheet music and audio files.
Border Strathspey and Reel Society
A society of instrumentalists interested in preserving the traditional music of the area; includes details of membership, rehearsals in Langholm, concerts, and news.
Official site for the fiddler; includes a blog, diary of live dates, listing of recordings, and a biography. Also founder member of the band Wolfstone.
Influential Scottish fiddler now based in the US; includes his profile, tour and gig guide, discography, reviews, and newsletter.
A Caithness fiddler; includes a biography, details of his band, tour and gig dates, and a discography. Also contains details of his tuition.
Isle of Wight Scottish Fiddlers
An open access community group that plays the traditional fiddle music of Scotland; includes details of rehearsals and concerts, a sheet music archive, audio clips, and contacts.
Maintained as a memorial to a great Scottish fiddler, and founding member of Silly Wizard; includes a biography, details of his recordings as a solo performer and with bands, reviews and news.
A fiddler who learned her musicianship through the summer schools of the Feisean movement in Ross-shire; includes a biography and discography, tour dates, reviews, and details of her teaching.
Fiddler, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and producer; ex-member of the Battlefield Band. Includes a biography and gig guide.
Promotes traditional Scottish music to the young, whilst raising funds for local charitable causes. Includes details of their practice sessions, membership, recordings, and gigs. [Based in Ellon, Aberdeenshire].