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Glengarry Bhoys gear up for the 2017 season and are heading into the Studio first thing January. Stay tuned....


Glengarry Bhoys have just released the SCOTLAND TOUR information follow this link for more information and pricing.

SCOTLAND INFO

The Glengarry Bhoys have the lowest price, best trips, better than anything out there.
so raise your glass, pop on those dancing shoes, we are on our way to Graham's home land - East to west, North to south the Bhoys have you covered.


From a small Scots / French Canadian enclave in eastern Ontario, Glengarry County has produced many world-class Celtic acts over the decades.

In 1998 two local members of the Cornwall Police Service, Graham Wright and G. S. (Zig) Leroux, started the Glengarry Bhoys.

Their humble beginnings has led them to 250,000 record sales; appearances on BBC, PBS, Canada AM (4 times); the Mike Bullard Show (5 times); Toronto Breakfast TV; good morning Dallas; Louisville Roots TV; Lexington Ky's world renown "Woodsongs Radio"; regular record play on major AAA music stations the world over; successful tours of Ireland (4 times) and Scotland (3 times); concert tours from Newfoundland to Alberta and from New Mexico to Oregon, from Florida to Maine.

These Universal Records "alternative-Celt-roots-artists": a marquis act at most major festivals and concert halls throughout North America; have now won the much coveted2009 "Celtic Instrumental Songwriters Award" for their recent "Mill Sessions" album.

This award from the U.S. based - "Music Organization for Folk Artists" - received more than 3000 submissions for this much acclaimed award. It is billed as the "World's Largest Grassroots Music Organization / Home of the World's Largest Music Awards". www.jpfolks.com

With 51,000 members: songwriters, recording artists, and music business professionals, the Glengarry Bhoys were the winners, but unfortunately, due to a tour in Virginia that week, they were unable to attend.

Present Members are: Graham Wright, Zig Leroux, D'Arcy Furniss, and Stephen McIntosh (all from SD&G)

"After all these years we still get a kick of playing our Glengarry style of Celtic music wherever we go. Getting well paid for it is an added bonus, and to receive such a prestigious award is extremely gratifying" says Graham Wright.

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