Thank you Norman for the stage set up suggestion: “get the idiot to the front!”. Ha ha!
Thank you to The Mackays Hotel, Wick for letting us film on their doorstep at No.1 Ebenezer Place – the ‘World’s Shortest Street’ according to the Guinness Book of Records! Couldn’t resist The Shamen reference (as children of 90s dance music!). The tune is Allan MacDonald‘s stunning ‘Cille Pheadair’ waltz which has surely got to be a worthy candidate for Scotland’s shortest tune.
Thank you to John Muir and the Chapel Preservation Committee for allowing Nae Plans to film in this stunning location. Nae Plans’ fiddler, Adam received much of his musical training in his youth with Inverness Cathedral Choir, and so this beautiful ‘Missa Brevis’ (short mass) tune just happened!
What an amazing time we had on the first leg of our Winter Tour! Inspiring journeys, mesmerising scenery, stunning weather, brilliant venues but most of all beautiful people! Thank you all.
Thank you STV Glasgow for having us on your Riverside Show!
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Adam and Hamish (A.K.A. Nae Plans) are not allowed to rehearse or even jam in between gigs as a rule, so they realised that a normal taster music promo video for the upcoming Winter Tour was out of the question! So they decided to make an 80s action movie training montage of themselves gearing up for the tour instead. Enjoy!
PLEASE NOTE: All characters in this show are based on real people. The following video contains disturbing images of folk musicians exercising and, due to its content, it should not be viewed by anyone.