Over the past few years, Man of the Minch has become one of the most exciting names at the forefront of Scottish folk music. Blending traditional Celtic sounds with personal and profound storytelling, he has already picked up his fair share of fans and followers.


He has won Up and Coming Artist of the Year at the 2019 Scots Trad Awards and had his previous release named as one of the Top Country/Americana Songs to Hear Now by Rolling Stone magazine, he is breathing new life into traditional music whilst staying true to what makes that music so timeless.


Cameron’s debut album, The Tide is at the Turning features guest appearances from a veritable who’s who of musicians from across the Scottish folk and indie scene – including Rachel Sermanni, Finn Anderson, Josie Duncan, Laura Wilkie, Malin Lewis, Gillian Fleetwood (State Broadcasters/Henry & Fleetwood), David MacGregor (Broken Chanter) and Little Acres.


Man of the Minch plays with both a full live band (acoustic guitar, electric guitar drums, synch, fiddle), a 3 piece (acoustic guitar, fiddle and piano) or solo (acoustic guitar). 


Kohāt “Forward-thinking folk music” – Rolling Stone “An enthralling sonic vision” – Country Queer


“The best LP you’ll hear all year” – Heard Not Heard


★★★★ – Daily Express


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