Battlefield Band inducted into Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame October 07 2016

Scottish Traditional Music Hall of FameHands Up for Trad have announced the 2016 inductees to the Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame, a list which honours and recognises people for their great contributions and influence on Scottish Traditional Music.

We're very pleased to say that Temple Records artists Battlefield Band are included in this years list of inductees along with many other deserving recipients including, to mention only a few,  Barbara Dickson OBE, award winning piper Murray Henderson and the late, great Michael Marra. You can find a complete list of the inductees below.

Event founder and promoter, Simon Thoumire, said: “This year’s hall of fame inductees are truly inspirational, spanning across music, broadcasting, language and politics.  It’s a great honour to celebrate this great list of people and to showcase what an incredible pool of talent we have in Scotland.  We are looking forward to seeing these special guests and their families at our Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame Dinner in November”

All of the past and present members of Battlefield Band (twenty three and counting, over forty seven years!) have been invited to to the event dinner and presentation and it promises to be a great night.

Tickets for the Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame Awards dinner, on Friday 11th November 2016, are available to the public and can be booked online at:

Full list of 2016 inductees to the Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame:

Services to Performance: Murray Henderson, Mirk, Barbara Dickson OBE, Iain MacPhail, Battlefield Band, Gordeanna McCulloch, Jonathan MacDonald MBE, Michael Marra, Andy M Stewart, Arthur Argo, Jimmy McHugh

Services to Gaelic: Dolina MacLennan

Services to Collection: Maurice Fleming

Services to Scots: Billy Kay

Hamish Henderson Services to Traditional Music: Fiona Ritchie MBE

Services to Community: Liz Marroni (traditional music activist and teacher), Gordon Connell (accordion teacher), Pete Heywood (folk activist and publisher), Caroline Hewat (artist and musician activist), Catriona MacIntyre (Gaelic teacher and activist), Louis DeCarlo (photographer)