Fri 26 Jul 2019


Widely recognised as the compelling vocalist of Celtic super-group Capercaillie, awarded an OBE, Best Gaelic Singer from the inaugural Scottish folk awards and described by Sean Connery as having ‘a throat that is surely touched by God’, Karen Matheson is truly one of Scotland’s most respected singers with an astonishing career spanning more than 30 years. Having produced four acclaimed solo albums, her 2016 offering, Urram, is a musical love letter to her families’ Hebridean roots that has been declared ‘a showstopper… sublime’ by ROOTS.