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Malcolm Jones

Malcolm comes from Portree on the Isle of Skye and has been an integral and centrally creative member of the hugely successful and influential Gaelic folk/rock band Runrig since he was eighteen. He is a multi-instumentalist, composer, and producer, and a central figure in Highland music who is in constant demand in all sorts of musical roles. As well as being a consummate guitarist on both electric and acoustic he plays mandolin, bagpipes, percussion and drums, and has also developed into a very fine accordionist. Aside from Runrig his list of musical and production credits is enormous and ever-increasing and many accolades have come his way. As a member of Runrig his name is in The Scottish Music Hall of Fame.

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