Luc was due to be in the final of the Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2018. Unfortunately he had to pull out due to injury, however he is on the mend. Look out for more news and music from Luc in the coming months.
We recently recorded Luc’s EP in the studio on
Skye. We think its time you got to hear this great collection of music!
If you would like to purchase the EP, ie. download it, you can pay your own price for it on the right hand side. A suggested donation would be £5, but you’re free to choose your own amount (from a few choices).
Luc McNally is a guitarist and singer from Dipton, County Durham. His work has taken him all over the UK and to Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, Estonia and the Czech Republic.
Having been introduced to traditional music by 4 years with Kathryn Tickell’s Folkestra Youth ensemble, he went on to study Scottish Music for two years at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
As well as teaching guitar and playing multiple Scottish/Irish music sessions around Glasgow, he plays with new rock/traditional band Dosca, with electronic/Celtic group Sketch, and in a songs and tunes duo with piper and whistle player Eddie Seaman.
Having released his first EP in the spring of 2016, Luc is now hoping to start working on a debut album featuring some of Scotland’s finest young musicians.
Playing For Free – Snuffbox (2017)
Headlights EP – Eddie and Luc (2014)
At Dawn of Day – Barluath (2015)
Dosca EP – Dosca (2015)
Highland Time – Sketch (2015)
High Spirits – Gráinne Brady & Tina Jordan Rees (2015)
The Unknown EP – Josie Duncan (2015)