April 2021


In celebration of Tartan week, we are very pleased to welcome Scotsman Bill Mullen for a special Haggis Celtic Concert. Originally from Dundee, Scotland, Bill grew up listening to Andy Stewart, The Corries, Hamish Imlach, the Clancy Brothers, the Dubliners, Christie Moore and many others. After time spent living in Aberdeen, the Netherlands and Barcelona, Bill and his wife Dorothy moved to Lake Oswego, Oregon where his friend David Maher offered him a solo gig at Maher’s Irish Pub. Since 2013 Bill has been playing full time, offering a mix of Scottish, Irish, English and American songs, plus a few of his own, and traveling throughout the U.S. and Canada.  Fortunately for us, he and Dorothy now winter in Florida and we are very excited to bring them to our Scottish Cultural Center for the first time.



Alan Murray is a singer, guitarist, and bouzouki player from Glasgow, Scotland. Moving to NYC, Alan has established himself as an in-demand performer and teacher of Irish music, and has toured worldwide with many of the finest traditional Irish musicians.

Haley Richardson is a virtuosic musician and fiddler of both classical and traditional Irish music. Haley is currently the fiddler for the 25th anniversary tour of the Grammy award-winning Riverdance production.

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The Brayzen Heads are Dave Gilmore – Guitar, Vocals and Shane Farrell – Fiddle, Banjo, Mandolin. The Brayzen Heads have been performing live since 2000. They have performed over 4000 shows throughout Europe and the USA, and now have a current regular gig at Raglan Road in Orlando. The Brayzen Heads play a rousing mix of Celtic tunes and songs.