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  1. #1
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    3rd January 11
    Southern Oregon
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    Just finished a live session with Dougie MacLean

    For those that enjoy his music, but do not follow him on Facebook, Dougie MacLean has been streaming live solo performances from his studio in the Old School in Butterstone, Scotland. These have occurred every few days for the past couple of weeks at 8pm GMT. It is nice to take a brief respite from our "stay at home" lifestyle and watch (and listen) to a live performance by this gentle man. In addition to Facebook, his performances are being streamed (and archived for late enjoyment) on YouTube at butterstonestudios and on Vimeo at Butterstone Studios.
    One has no need for a snooze button, when one has a hungry cat.

    Tartan Riders, Kilted Oregon

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  3. #2
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    29th April 18
    Western Michigan
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    It was a cool morning in West Michigan, just above freezing. I stoked up the stove and fired up the computer.
    We've been fans of Dougie's after hearing him on "A Prairie Home Companion". We even caught a live show. I think it was "Our Front Porch" on WMCU in Mount Pleasant. For a while his website offered a monthly CD selection at 50% off. Royal Post arrived often.
    I remember taping that WMCU show onto cassettes. This morning I cast the computer to the TV. Audio from the TV was fed into the home theater. If my screen was much larger, it would have been as if these were living room concerts just for us. A great way to spend a couple of hours on a dreary morning. Cold and grey, just as we think of Scottish weather.
    Thank you for telling us about these shows. I've subscribed so I won't miss the next.


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