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"Scottish Music"

2016 Games
Sept. 23-24
Spirit Airpark West Drive
Chesterfield, MO 63005

(located between Spirit of St. Louis Airport and St. Louis Premium Outlets)


Friday, Sept. 23 - Gates open 3-10:30pm
Saturday, Sept. 24 - Gates open 8:30am-6pm

Scottish Music

High energy and a lot of fun, The Mudmen are a Celtic Rock Band who inspire a party as soon as they hit the stage. Founded by The Campbell Brothers in 1998, The Mudmen have 8 studio cd's building a resume and a legion of fans from young to old.

Their accomplishments include reaching #19 on the Edge Radio, 6 Music Video's on Much Music and signing with EMI Records from 2000-2004. More recently, their accomplishments include, the new CBC "Hockey Night in Canada" theme song; the 1983/84 Edmonton Oilers Reunion with Wayne Gretzky and teammates present, the Commonwealth Stadium with Sydney Crosby present, and a 3 month tour with Johnny Reid, his PBS Special and the CCMA's.

The Mudmen have met and performed for the Queen and have been honored to entertain and share the stage with numerous celebrities over the years including Eugene Levy, Martin Short, Paul Shaffer, William Shatner,The Guess Who, Gordon Lightfoot, etc. Don Cherry and Ron MacLean have featured Music by the Mudmen on Rock'em Sock'em 9,19,20,24,27 Coaches Corner and during the nationally televised making of the new CBC hockey anthem . Ron McLean stated: "The Mudmen... we love 'em".

The Mudmen Robby Campbell, Sandy Campbell, Jeremy Burton Mike Meacher,Dan Westenenk and Eric Bolton believe nice guys do finish first. Their love for music and performing is as strong as their off stage friendship. With over 2500 shows to date you are sure to feel the same way about the Canadian, Celtic, Rock band known as The Mudmen.

Plaid to the Bone
Plaid to the Bone was formed in December 2010 by Jim, Jake and Jim (pipers). At the time they were not sure of the direction but they knew they wanted to create a Rock band with a Celtic twist. Along came their drummer, lead guitarist and bass guitarist and you have Plaid to the Bone as you see them today. They try to add their own musical twist to not only traditional Celtic music but to classic hits from Rod Stewart, The Beatles and so on – indeed their closing tune is Crazy Train. One of their greatest compliments was to be told that their traditional Scottish music was amazing in the fact that you actually could still recognize the tunes despite the fact they added their own Plaid to the Bone rock beat to them. So when you hear them play don’t be surprised to hear heavy metal, classical Scottish and Irish tunes with some Beatles and Rod Stewart thrown in for good measure.

The Wee Heavies
The Wee Heavies is a mostly acapella quartet dedicated to music in the Anglo-Celtic tradition. The Heavies (Aaron Schiltz, Peter Merideth, Jay Harkey, and Steve Neale) sing mainly their own arrangements in an eclectic mix that runs the gamut from the traditional to the modern. The group, based in St. Louis, MO, has been steadily making a name for themselves over the past two years. Whether singing at major festivals or at more intimate gatherings, their ability to connect with their audiences immediately and in a meaningful way is notable. The humorous rapport of the group brings laughter to their shows, and their musical storytelling combined with the fine blend of their voices makes their shows memorable. For more information please check out their website.

Peat Fire Flame
Peat Fire Flame is a Ceilidh band and plays music for Scottish country dancing as well as for concerts. Songs include Scots and Gaelic. Since 2001 the band has played for Burns Dinners, St. Andrew Dinners, highland games, parties, Festival of Nations, weddings and receptions. Their first CD, “Life’s Journey”, was recorded in summer 2010. For information or to engage the band, call Diane at 314-773-4195 or email

Pictured left to right: Connie Bellinghausen, flute/whistle; Tyler Moore, fiddle/vocals; Diane McCullough, keyboard/vocals; Mark Clark, guitar/vocals.
Duddy Breeks plays traditional Scottish and Celtic folk music. Ken MacSwan, the group’s leader, grew up in Scotland and has lived in St. Louis for over 20 years. The band features Ken on octave mandolin and guitar, Thayne Bradford on fiddle and George Kieffer on accordion. George is on leave so Duddy Breeks appears as a duo this year.

Contact Ken at

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