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Bringing You the Sound Of Scotland

Welcome to Pan Records, an Independent Scottish Record Label, promoting music performed and recorded locally. Based in Caithness, in the far North of Scotland, Pan Records aims to bring you the Sound of Scotland.

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Choices

Choices

Geordie Jack

Geordie Jack joins the Pan Records Label with his latest release "Choices".

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Scottish Champion

Scottish Champion

Brandon McPhee

On meeting Brandon for the first time, when he visited Margaret and I at our home in Auchtermuchty, he greeted us with a nice smile and a firm handshake. When he asked if I would write a foreword for his new CD I was priveledged and honoured. On listening to the magic sound I was very impressed and Im sure his selection of tracks will please and enthuse his fans and will most certainly encourage new ones. His playing style is appealing and from the heart, inborn and natural. It encourages you to listen to this Master of the Shand Morino showing his expertise on all the various tracks. I feel hos talent and ability are an extention of his own personality. What a talent!

Jimmy Shand Jnr.

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Brandon has been nominted in the MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards

Brandon has been nominated in the MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards as up and coming artist of the year and we would ask you for your support voting for him.  The link to vote is:


www.scotstradmusicawards.com/voting

Many thanks for your support

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Featured Artist - Daniel Mcphee

At the age of 10 Daniel received his first accordion from his father, a well-known accordionist on the Caithness music scene. Tuition followed from Addie Harper Senior, one of Scotland's top music teachers. Daniel was soon to become a regular performer in his own right as well as taking part in 'Taste of Tartan' ceilidhs in Thurso and performing regularly with the Addie Harper Trio. At the age of 14 he became a proud owner of his present accordion, a 'Shand Marino'. Over the next ten years Daniel went from strength to strength on the Scottish Music scene having won the Golspie Mod in 1987 both Lairg Mod and Glasgow Mod the following year.

A Highland Dram
From The Heart
Caithness Music Man
Sings Country
The Sound of McPhee