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2017 Games

Friday June 2nd - Sunday June 4th


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Clan Na Gael Reunion

Seven Nations

Back in the early 90's when Seven Nations first got together in New York City, they called themselves Clan Na Gael. The band consisted of Kirk McLeod on vocals and guitar, Neil Anderson on vocals, whistles and pipes, Struby on bass and Nick Watson on drums and percussion. Together they recorded 3 albums: Rain and Thunder (1994), Old Ground (1995) and Big Dog (1996).

Though they all continue to tour nationally in their respective bands, Kirk and Struby with Seven Nations, and Neil and Nick with Rathkeltair, they still enjoy getting together from time to time and playing their old favorites...... It's always a good time!

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Colin Grant-Adams

Colin Grant-Adams

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Colin Grant-Adams, originally from Oban, Scotland now lives in Glasgow, Kentucky. Grant-Adams has performed professionally for thirty years, entertaining audiences from the concert stages of Carnegie Hall, New York City to headlining venues across America at Celtic Festivals, folk clubs, concert halls, and has appeared on numerous television and radio shows.

Colin Grant-Adams' stimulating stage performance, fine guitar work, incorporating alternative tunings, and stirring vocals make him one of the most popular and versatile Scottish Balladeers in America today.

To Learn more about Colin Grant-Adams visit his website at:

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Father Son And Friends

Father Son and Friends

Father Son and Friends returns to the Glasgow Highland Games for 2017! The band is a traditional Celtic band with Scots-Irish roots that settled in Kentucky, USA. Now calling Englewood, Ohio home. Father Son and Friends travel the country promoting their Celtic heritage through humor, stories, and traditional music that will have you clapping and singing along. In 1991, they brought their great music and playful interaction with the audience to the Glasgow Highland Games. "Playing music in a Celtic band allows me to enjoy my life as a cross dresser" Shawn joked. "People laugh when I tell them I have more kilts than I do pants. The sad part is it's true!" he said.

Grab a seat and come along with Father Son and Friends on another adventure. For more information visit and shop online at:

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The Jacobites by Name

The Jacobites

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Robert A Valentine

Robert A Valentine
"This is America’s best Scottish Master of Ceremonies!"

That’s how Bob Valentine was introduced to an audience of 1,000 people last year. On the road to earning that title, he has performed with Alec Beaton, Smithfield Fair, Albannach, Colin Grant-Adams, Seven Nations, Ian Bruce and many more. His goal is to prepare the audience for the group, and keep the evening moving toward a pleasant conclusion, whether it’s a Burns Supper on a cold January night or a festival on a warm spring day.

Bob was born in New York, the son of a Scottish immigrant and a Swedish American mother. As a graduate of the University of Kentucky, he considers the "Bluegrass State" his home. For over 30 years, Bob has been known as a public speaker, entertainer, actor, director and “compere.”

To Learn more about the many talents of Robert A. Valentine visit his website at:

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Jeff Fleming

Jeff Fleming

Jeff Fleming is an attorney, CPA and a humorist, and that’s not mutually exclusive! Although some attorneys may be funny - Jeff intends to be! An actor and award winning storyteller, Jeff uses the power of stories to educate, motivate and entertain his audiences, delivering valuable information and insights.

For in international flair, Jeff appears as "Duncan MacLeod," a zany visitor from Scotland with an authentic Scottish accent, convincing his audience that they are being entertained by a foreign humorist. Oh yes, he wears a kilt.

Whether he appears as "The Country Lawyer" or "Duncan MacLeod," Jeff is still the lawyer who leaves them laughing and is convinced that life is better when you learn to laugh more often. To arrange for a laugh-filled presentation, visit Jeff's website:

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