Alison McMorland & Geordie McIntyre
Born in Renfrewshire, Scotland of Ayrshire/Irish stock, her family was highly musical.
She lived in Cornwall and then for many years in Yorkshire where exploring the folk cultures of these locales helped sharpen and define her Scottish identity. Her active work in the traditional and related arts has been extensive, innovative and significant, embracing radio and television broadcasting, theatre, publishing, numerous recordings, field collecting and community arts.
A Glaswegian of Highland and Irish descent, his lifetime involvement in song, ballad and poetry is reflected in his singing, collecting and songwriting.
His early years as a radio and television technician and later as a Modern Studies teacher, coupled to his passion for the outdoors have in diverse ways fueled and complemented his central interest in folk music.
He has an extensive repertoire and has sung at clubs and festivals in most corners of Britain and Ireland and more recently in the USA.