Tobermory musician is guest of honour at club
The National Association of Accordion and Fiddle Clubs has announced that Tobermory musician Alasdair Macleod will be guest of honour at celebrity lunch.
The association lunch takes place this Sunday June 25 at the Huntingtower in Perth.
Alasdair Macleod, who is the son of the legendary Mull accordion maestro Bobby Mac leod, has had a long career as a double bass player having played with many of the leading Scottish dance bands and well merits this award for services to the music.
This is an honour given for services to Scottish dance music. Other people to be so honoured are Violet Tulloch from Shetland and George Darling from Edinburgh.
Well-known broadcaster Robbie Shepherd MBE, who recently retired after many years presenting the Take the Floor programme on BBC Radio Scotland, is awarded Honorary Life Membership of the Association.