Iain Thomson's new album - Fields of Dreams has been album of the week on Celtic radio.
The album also got some great reviews in the press and on radio, national and local.
Robbie Shepherd - the Radio Scotland legend is a fan and has had Iain as his guest on the Reel Blend - playing tunes and telling his story from shepherding on Mull to shearing in New Zealand.
Iain also joined Mary Kathleen Burke on her Saturday at Noon show.
"Mary Kathleen was also won over .....
"The Album is very touching and the stories behind the songs are what makes it very special.
The arrangements are first class, full of passion and emotion happy sad angry and poignant"
Mary K Burke, Celtic Music Radio
Marc is known primarily for co-founding the notable Celtic band Capercaillie with whom he has toured extensively and made many successful recordings.
His time spent at the Guildhall School of Music has given him an eclectic taste in music and a distinct style of playing which has kept him in demand as a session musician and a teacher.
Since leaving Capercaillie in 1995 to pursue his own career, he has worked with many prominent artists, playing low D whistle, Bodhran, bouzouki and wind synthesizer and now with the uilleann pipes bringing a whole new dimension.
Marc has performed and recorded with an eclectic array of artists from many different musical genres including Def Shepherd, Fish, Iain Morrison, ￼Dick Gaughan, Billy Bragg, Wolfstone and as a soloist with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra performing music for the BBC series A History of Scotland.
Also notable is that Marc was nominated for Instrumentalist of the Year at the 2008 Scottish Trad Music Awards.
The style and sound compliment one another, definetly contemporary but with that traditional twist.
Iain and Marc will be touring up and down the UK during 2016.