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runrig

in Scotland, lands that were alternate or mixed and owned by different owners. The Runrig Lands Act 1695 permitted division of such lands.
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Recalling those special gigs at Falleninch field last August, Runrig drummer Iain Bayne told the Observer this week: "Every song I played on the last night I felt this is the last time I'll ever play this song.
The collaboration is lead by former Scotland shinty captain Gary Innes, who will be joined by Iain Bayne (Runrig), Donald Shaw (Capercaillie), Mischa MacPherson, Fergie MacDonald (The Ceilidh King), Ewen Henderson (Manran), Alec Dalglish (Skerryvore) and Steve Byrnes.
Cathy MacDonald, who hosted the evening on behalf of the Daily Record and the national language agency, Bord na Gaidhlig, said Runrig had inspired generations to take pride in their language.
When it comes to their legacy, I could say Runrig are as rock'n'roll as The Beechgrove Garden.
Runrig have attracted quite a following away from their Caledonian home and they have a significant fan base in England, Denmark, Canada and Germany.
Munro has kept the faith in something closely akin to the original Runrig sound while his former bandmates have seemingly opted for a drum-dominated singalong approach epitomised by the rousing Loch Lomond - but a wee bit tedious after an hour or more.
A spokesman for Runrig said: "Malcolm is now in a stable condition, awaiting the results of further tests."
The curious thing was that the audience was much the same as a Runrig audience anywhere else.
The traditional artist is no stranger to playing in Northern Ireland but Runrig are making a rare appearance so it really shouldn't be passed up.
Gary will be joined by Iain Bayne from Runrig, Donald Shaw from Capercaillie, Mischa MacPherson, Fergie MacDonald, Manran's Ewen Henderson, Alec Dalglish of Skerryvore and Steve Byrnes.
Featuring former Runrig frontman Donnie Munro and Highland band Tide Lines, thousands of tickets costing up to PS82 each had been sold for the festival at Drymen Field in Stirlingshire on September 22 and 23.
Runrig stormed Stirling Castle last night as the band that took Gaelic to a global audience said goodbye to their loyal fans after 45 years on the road.