Keggin & Stitt are an inter-Celtic super-duo of Manx singer, whistle, flute and keyboard player, Ruth Keggin, and Scottish guitar and bouzouki maestro, Malcolm Stitt.
Ruth has made two solo albums with her own band and has recently launched a new album with the band a’Nish, who will be off to Lorient again this year. She also was part of another acclaimed inter-Gaelic trio with Scotland’s Mary Ann Kennedy (Màiri Anna NicUalraig) and Eoghan Ó Ceannabháin from Ireland with the project Aon Teanga: Un Chengey.
Malcolm has been involved at the forefront of Scottish traditional music as a founder-member of bands such as Keep It Up and Deaf Shepherd, as well as playing with the finest folk performers from Scotland and elsewhere, such as Kate Rusby and, of course, as a member of the world-renowned Boys of the Lough.
Keggin & Stitt will be performing at the Centenary Centre on Saturday 14 July at 7.30pm.
Brief excerpts of Ruth Keggin (vocal) and Malcolm Stitt (guitar).