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Dougie MacLean

 Dougie MacLean Band

Dougie MacLean Band

DA HOOLEY (**) Matt Smith (g)
DAN AGAINST THE WORLD (-'08-) Forres.
DANANANANACKROYD ('05-)Glasgow. John Baillie jnr, Paul Carlin, Calum Gunn, Ryan McGinness,
Duncan Robertson, David Roy
DANCER (pre '87 ?) Falkirk area ? Pete McBride (b)
DANGEROUS BATHING (**) Ayr ? Andy Walker (kb/s/g)
DANGLEBERRIES (**)
DANNY & THE DEMONSTRATORS (mid-late '60s) Arbroath. Danny Powell (v), Bill Spurway (lg),
Terry Wood (rg/v), Neil Campbell (b), Dave Patterson (d)
DANNY WILSON ('84-'91) Dundee. Band first named 'Spencer Tracy'. Gary Clark (v/g), Kit Clark (g), Ged Grimes (b)
DANSETTES ('82-'83) (aka 'Dead Loss Band' playing r'n'r, 60s set) Brian Hammil (v), Dougie Hutton (g)
DAPPLEGRIM (**) Perth. Evolved from 'Patt'r Four' / 'Hot Toddy' ?. Billy Ross, Cy Jack, Duncan McCrone (g)
DARIEN VENTURE (-'07-) Glasgow. Jonny Beveridge, David Martin, Liam Rutherford, Kyle Shields
DARKLIGHT (-'06-) Edinburgh. Andy Borthwick (g/v), Davie Doig (b), Ross Nicol (d)
DARK STAR (-'77-'78-) Albert Steel (v), Gordon Hay (g), Kev Thomson (g), David Innes (b/v) ('77-'78), Doug Barclay (d)
DARK WATER ('06-) Lora Therese (v), Doog ---- (g), Graham Forbes (b), Law (synth)
DATA PANIK (pre '97 ?) See 'Amphetameanies'.
DAVE HUNTER & THE ARROWS ('62-'65) Glasgow ? Became 'The Arrows' around '63 - Dave Stephenson (v), Fraser Watson (lg), Alan Day (g), Raymond Pagani (b), George Grant (d). Resident Fri & Sat at 'Barrowland', Glasgow, supporting the Billy McGregor Big Beat Group.
DAVE & MAY (**) Angus.
DAVE MILLIGAN TRIO ( ) Jazz / Folk crossover. Dave Milligan (p), Tom Lyne (db), Tom Bancroft (d)
DAVE RAMSAY DUO / TRIO ('60s/70s) Arbroath. Dave Ramsay (v/g), Stewart McGlynn (d)
DAVE SWANKIE TRIO (-'78-) Angus. Dave Swankie ( ), -- ( ), -- ( )
DEACON BLUE ('85-'94, '99-) Ricky Ross (v/g), Lorraine McIntosh (v), James Prime (kb),
Dougie Vipond (d), Ewen Vernal (b), Graeme Kelling (g) died '04.
DEAD AHEAD (****) Pete Lamb
DEAD AT THE SCENE ('05 ? -) Edinburgh. Kris Kournavos (g), Sean McDonald (d),
Keith Muddiman (v), Ryan Stredwick (g), Barry Thomson (b)
DEADCAT MOTORBIKE (**) Stuart Braithwaite
DEAD END KIDS ('74-'78) Kilmarnock. Robbie Gray (lv/hca), Alistair Kerr (b/v), Colin Ivory (g), Davy Johnstone (kb), Alan Doc Bingham (d), Ricky Squires (b/v)
DEAD LOSS BAND (-'83-'84-) George Gallagher (v), Fraser Watson (g), Dougie Henderson (d), Gordon Pitcairn (b), Jackson Clarkin (b). One of the band's venues was 'The Halt', Woodlands Road, Glasgow.
DEAD SKUNK BAND ('70s - July '80) Paisley. Drew Gamble (v/fl), Willie Gamble (v/g/mn), John 'Pockets' McLarty (lg), Sandy Johnstone (b), Andy Gray (b), Billy McGrory (d),
DEAF SHEPHERD (****) Finlay MacDonald (h'land b'pipes), Aidan O'Rourke (f), Ali Hutton (hbp/wh/g)
DEAN FORD & THE GAYLORDS ('61-'66) Tommy Scott (v) pre Dean Ford, William 'Junior' Campbell (lg) ('61-'66), Pat Fairlie (g/6 str b) ('61-'66), Billy Johnson (b), Tom Frew (d), Billy Irving (b), Raymond Duffy (d) (-'66), Tommy McAleese (aka Dean Ford) (v) (?-'66), Graham Knight (b). Moved to London '66 and became 'Marmalade'.
DEATH OF DUKE ELLINGTON (**) Alan McNiven (v/g), Stu Henderson (v/g), Scott Brady (d/per/bv),
Chris Hendrie (b/bv)
DEBONAIRES (-'66-) Caithness.
DECADE (-'09-) '80s' band.
DECLARATION BAND (-'11-) Arbroath. Ben Dunn (v), John Hallion (g), John Gordon (b), Ewan Gordon (ts),
Howard Cargill (trum), Shannon Jamieson (d)
DEEP END (-'74-'81-) Arbroath. Jim Hutcheson ( ), George Cant ( ), John Masterson ( ). Winners of
Grampian TV's 'Open Camera' talent contest '74.
DEEP SIX ('70s ?) Davey Pattison (v)
DEFIANT POSE ('79-'80, '82-'83, '86-'87) Paisley. Chad (v) ('79--'80, '82-'83, '86-'87), Alan (g)
('79-'80), John (g) ('79-'80), Crawfy (b) ('79-'80), Callum (d) ('79-'80, '82-'83), Joe McGlumff (g/v)
ex Fegs ('80, '82-'83, '86-'87). Became 3 piece: Joe/Crawfy/Callum '80, but disbanded same year.
Reformed '82. Davy (b) ('82-'83), Blair (aka 'Preacher') (d) ('83 ?). Reformed '86. Eadie (d)
('86-'87), Neil McInnes (g) ('86-'87), Alan Gregor (b) ('86-'87)
DEFT JERKS (late '70s ?) - Derek Lenathan (g), George Falconer (g) ('80-'81 ?)
DEL AMITRI ('80- ?) Glasgow. Justin Currie (b/v/g) ('80-), Brian Tolland (g) ('80-'87), Iain Harvie (lg) ('82-),
Paul Tyagi (d) ('80-'89), Mick Slaven (g) ('87-'89), Andy Alston (kb) ('89-), David Cummings (g) ('89-'96 ?),
Steven Irvine (d) album only ('89), Brian McDermott (d) ('89-'94), Chris Sharrock (d) album only ('95 ?),
Ashley Soan (d) ('95-'97), Jon McLaughlin (g) ('96-'97) died '05, Kris Dollimore (g) ('97-), Mark Price (d) ('97-)
DELGADOS ('94 - Apr '05) Hamilton. Emma Pollock (v/g), Alun Woodward (v/g),
Paul Savage (d), Stewart Henderson (b)
DELINX (19**) Bruce Watson (g/v),
DELIVER US FROM EVIL ('07-'09 ? ) Arbroath/Dundee. Dave, Rob, Andy, Grant, Wee Man
DELIVERANCE ('88-'92) Jim Collins (lg), Frank Donnelly (g), Jackson Clarkin (b), Dougie Henderson (d).
Evolved from 'Frekels'.
DELJACKS (60s) Penilee, Glasgow. Ronnie Miller ( ), Frankie Miller (v), Norrie McLean (g)
DELMONTES ('80s) Edinburgh.
DE ROSA ('03-'09) Bellshill. Martin Henry (v/g), Chris Connick (g), James Woodside (b),
Neil Woodside (d), Andrew Bush (p/kb)
DESCARTES ('05 ? -) Dundee. Paul C. Markie (g/v), Michael J. (g/per/b), Paulo Reilly
(d/per/v), 'The Panther' (v/b)
DESERT ROSE ('89-'98) Edinburgh. Neil Colquhoun (v/kb), Mark Colquhoun (d), Tommy Thornton (g), Daniel Kerr (b),
Colin McCallum (b)
DES MITCHELL & AQUARIUS (-'79 ? -) Des Mitchell ( ), Steve Perks (b/g), Heidi -- (b), Dave -- ( )
DE SOTO FIREFLY ('04-) Glasgow. James McLeod (v/g), Stuart McGregor (v/g), Chris Pepper (b/sw), Chris McGuire (d)
DESPERADOS ('80s) See 'Jesse Garon & The Desperados'.
DESPERATE DANZ BAND ('80s) Dave Francis (g/call)
DEVIL TRAIN (pre '06-) Aberdeen. Bill --- (db/v), Scottie --- (ag/v), Angus --- (d), Carmen --- (f) (-'09),
Carol --- (f) ('09-) Cameron (mn/hca)
DICK LEE'S SWING (2007...etc) Dick Lee (cl/bcl/rec/ss), Roy Percy (db), John Russell (ag/v), Stephen Coutts (eg/ag)
DICK LEE SEPTET ('80 -) Anne Evans (fl/pi/a.fl), Roy Percy (db), Martin Foster (cl/bcl/s), John Russell (g/FM),
Rob Hall (cl/s), Stephen Coutts (g), Dick Lee (cl/bcl/ss)
DICK SMITH BAND ('70s ?)
DIE CHEERLEADER ('91-'95 ?) Rita Blazyca (g/v) - only Scot.
DIE ROTE KAPELLA ('80s) Margarita Vasquez-Ponte (g/b.v.),
DIESEL COWBOYS COUNTRY BAND ('82 - ?) Northumbria. Denny Mochan (b/bv) (only Scot)
DIFFERENCE ('79-'82) Glasgow. Monty McMonagle (g), George Crossan (b)
DIGITAL TRAFFIC (-'09-)
DIGZYS ('07 ? -) Cumbernauld. Mark Garment (lv/lg), Alan Garment (b), Mark Begley (d/bv)
DILLINGER (mid 60s ?) Kevin McGinley (v), Jim McGinley (b)
DIPLOMATS (**) Hugh Nicholson ( ) His second band.
DIRE STRAITS ('77-'95) Evolved from 'Cafe Racers'. Mark Knopfler (g/v) b. Glasgow '49,
David Knopfler (g/v) b. Glasgow '52.
DIRECT DRIVE ('79) Glasgow. David A. Gilmour (v/g), John Williams (g/v), Matt Neilson (b), Stephen Irvine (d)
DIRTY HOSPITAL ('00-) John Clark, Steven Clark
DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS (-'11-) Costa Del Sol, Spain. Rock. Dex Park (v/g), Mark Hopkins (b/bv), Steve Hills (d/perc)
DIRTY MARTINIS (-'09-) Sean Lithgow (g/v)
DIRTY REDS (****) Tam Dean Burn (v)
DIRTY TRICKS (-'72-?) Kenny Stewart (g), Johnny Binnie (v)
DISCOPOLIS ('11 ? -) Edinburgh. Fergus Cook (sy/v), Laurie Corlett-Donald (sy/g), Dave Lloyd (sy/dfx).
Evolved from 'Ryans Mothership'
DISCOUNTS (-'62-) Kirkintilloch. Jim Stirling (lg), Tom Gray (v), Dougie Fraser (g), --- (b),
George Letford (d), Barry Duncan (d)
DISGUISERS ('08-) Cumbernauld. Matt Morrow (g/v), Billy Hall (v)
DISSENTANGOED (****) John Speirs (b)
DIVIDE & CONQUER (pre '00) Murray Briggs (d)
D'JANGO ('82-'90) Name change from 'Green Ginger'. Gillie Cutkelvin (v), Dino Cassar (v), Derek Cutkelvin (v)
DJANGO DJANGO (-'12-)
D-LORDS (early '60s) Newtongrange. Davie Scott (d)
DL PARTY BAND  (-'09-) Male/female trio.
DMP (**) Glasgow. George Paterson (v), Gordon Moir (g)
DOCHAS
DODDS & MAGRINA ('90s) Edinburgh.
DODGER (1978-'83) Cumbernauld. Danny Taggart (v/sw). Danny & the band recorded 'Glad Just To Know You', before they reduced to the tight,
slik, punchy 3 piece pop-rock band featuring Derek Park (lg/v), Joe Coyle (b/v), Gerry Dickson (d). Played all over Scotland, including a residency at
the Muirhead Inn. Produced a few singles and performed on TV's 'Street Buzz'.
DOG EAT DOG (mid '70s) Skye. Three piece hard rock band. Played Kilmallie Hall, Fort William.
DOG FACED HERMANS (1986-'95) Edinburgh. Marion Coutts (v/trum/bells), Andy 'Ex'
Moor (g/viola/hippo tube), Colin McLean (b/steel drum/g), Wilf Plum (d/scrap metal/foghorn),
Gert-Jan (live sound).
DOGHOUSE HOWLERS (-'10-) Ayrshire.
DOGS DIE IN HOT CARS (2003-'06, '08-) St. Andrews. Craig McIntosh (v/g), Gary Smith (v/g), Lee Worrall (b),
Ruth Quigley (kb/v), Laurence Davey (d)
DOGWATCH (-'68/'71-) Glasgow. Cathy Feeny (v ?), Rab Howat (g), Robert (Rab) Russell (b), Jim -- (d).
Played 'White Elephant', Edinburgh 16.1.71.
DOLPHINS (1981-'84 ?) Campbell Forbes (lv/g/kb), George Dunnachie (b), Brian Coyle (lg/v/harmonica), Drew Phillips (kb), Dave Edgar (d) ('81-'82), Harry Denmark (d) ('82-'84), Gordon McNeil (d) ('12-). Played gig for charity ('93), reformed ('12), playing 21.9.12 at Glasgow O2.
DOMINATORS (Clydebank) Tommy Burke (v)
DOMINIC WAXING LYRICAL (**) Murray Briggs (d)
DOMINOS (1960s) Ian McCredie (g/v), Eric McCredie (b/v)
DONALD MORRISON TRIO (-'82-) Alan Morrison (p acc/b), Donald Webster (f), Brian Morrison (p)
DONNIE MUNRO BAND (0*) Donnie Munro (v), 'Morph' Dobie (lg), Chaz Stewart (lg), Dougie Coulter (b), Jim Drummond (d), Foss Paterson (kb), Allan Cuthbertson (kb), Chris Harley (bv), Alan Thomson (b/g)
DOOBEE BROS (**) No, not the Doobie Bros.
DOOBRIES (late '60s - early '70s) Edinburgh. Folk. Bill Barclay ( ), Jimmy McKinlay ( )
DORMANT (**) Daniel Gallar (v)
DORMANT FIGURE ('06-) Dundee. Daniel J. Johnston (v/g) ('06-), Simon --- (d) ('08-), Mike --- (b/v) ('08-), Pete --- (lg) ('08-)
DOUBLE SCOTCH CEILIDH BAND ('02-) Aberdeen. Christopher McColgen (g/v), Jonathan Cordiner (f/v)
DOUGIE MacLEAN BAND ('91 ? -) Dougie MacLean (v/ag/f/dig), Gordon Duncan (wh), Ali Hutton (hbp/wh/g), Davie Duncan (bv/hc), Jimmy Anderson (g), Chris Smith (bv/per), Graeme Hughes (kb), Chris Agnew (-'06-), Alan Sutherland (-'06-), Jamie MacLean, Ross Ainslie (-'06-), Greg Lawson (-'06-)
DOWN THE TINY STEPS (-'09) Edinburgh ? Craig -- ( ), chuck -- ( ), Jonnie Common ( ). J.C. solo artiste from '09.
DOWNTOWN FLYERS ( '76 - '79 ) Original 1976 4 piece line-up : Jim Ward (g/v), George Caldwell (b/v), Davie Deacon (kb), Ian McNab (d). This line-up announced on 4.7.76 that 'This is the Flyers last gig', but the band did continue. Paul Stevenson joined (v) later replaced by Iain Muir (v), Jim Anderson (d) replaced Ian McNab (d) and as Ward / Caldwell / Muir & Anderson became a successful 5 piece. Deacon (kb) was replaced by Mick Loftus (g) introducing a twin guitar line-up. George Caldwell (b) suffered a broken leg and was replaced by Murray Ward (b). Other players included Ronnie Costley (v), Jack McGrory (b), Andy Burke (d), George White (d), Mick boyle (v) (-'77-'79-), Michael McMillan (d) ('77-'79)
DRAGDOLL (mid '90s) North Lanarkshire.
DRAGONFLY ('87 - '91 ?) Falkirk area ? Andy Halliday (g/v) (?-'91), Pete McBride (b), Cameron Nisbet (g), Ian Wallace (d)
DRAGSTERS ('80s) Edinburgh.
DRAINS (1978- ?) Glasgow. Alan McGhee (g/v), Andrew Innes (g), Bobby Gillespie ( )
DRAMBO ('72 ? - ?) Aberdeen. Stephan Kocemba (g/sw) ex 'Gully Foyle', Billy Allardyce (d/sw) ex 'Gully Foyle', --- --- ( ). The last unnamed is from Aberdeen.
DR. COOK & THE BONERS (-'06-) Glasgow. Graham Thompson ( )
DR. DK DENTURE & THE STEREOPHONIC MOUTHWASH ('78) Billy Bonkers ( )
DREAMBOYS (****)

DREAM POLICE (-'67, '68-'70) Glasgow. Hamish Stuart (g/v) ex 'Hopscotch', Matt Irving (org), Brian Robertson (g), Charlie
Smith (d) ex 'Marmalade', Ted McKenna (d), Joe Breen (b). The existence of 'Dream Police' was interrupted until '68 by Hamish Stuart's 'Scots Of St James' project in London.
DREAM TEDDIES (-'96-) Davie Dunsmuir (g/b ?)
DRESDEN (200*) Ian McKinnon. (Son of Alan McKinnon).
DRIVE BY ARGUMENT ('04 - '09) Ayrshire. Became 'Atlas Skye' '09.
DROPKICK (-'05-) Edinburgh. Alistair Taylor (g/v/ps), Andrew Taylor (d/v/g/bn/mn/hca), Scott Tobin (b/v)
DROP THE BOX ('93-) Aberdeen / Shetland. Fraser Mouat ( ), Jonathan Ritch (b), Inge Thomson (acc/fl/v), James Henry (g/v), Mark Laurenson (f) ('04-), Russell Gair (d),
DROVERS (-'64 ?) Glasgow area.
DROVERS (-'68, '70 - ?) Highlands ?
DROVERS ( ) (evolved from 'Canadian Pacific') Bert Allan (ps)
DRUNKEN MUNKYZ (200*) Bellshill area.
DUBREQ (**) Jan Burnett ( ), Andy Rogers ( ), Barry Gibson ( )
DUBTANK (**) Glasgow. Electronic. Brian Carson - solo project.
DUKES (aka LOTHIAN DUKES / FABULOUS DUKES) ('58 - '65, '71-'01) Edinburgh area. Evolved from the remnants of the Bluejeans Skiffle Group. Between '65 and '71 were named, with line up changes 'Manhattans'. Alex 'Hutch' Hutchison (g/b/v), Bill Young (b) ('58-'64), John Fairgrieve (lg) ('58-'65, '71-'), Tommy Easton (d) ('58-'65, '71-'79) Died '79, Harry Williamson (kb/v) ('71-'01). Other members: Willie Finlayson (v), Bob Hopkins (v), Andy Wishart (ts), Bill Bryce (ts), Alan Pratt (d/v), Aly Preston (lg). Dukes the first band to have residencies at Cavendish Ballroom ('64) and Mayberry Roadhouse ('69-'71). Their long career included supporting Animals, Manfred Mann, Merseybeats, Rockin' Berries, Alex Harvey, Mike Sarne, Marmalade, Golden Crusaders and Pretty Things. Post '71 work mainly clubs and hotels in Midlothian & other venues in central Scotland. At 2015 Alex Hutchison, John Fairgrieve and Harry Williamson are still meeting for occasional fundraising events.
DUKES ('79) Jimmy McCulloch (g) ('79).
DUMPY (19**)
DUNBAR'S BAND (-'60-) Dodo Ross
DUNCAN CHISHOLM & HIS BAND (-'08-) Duncan Chisholm (f), -- McFarlane (f/fl), Ross -- (ag), James Bremner (bo)
DUNEDINS (late '60s - early '70s) Edinburgh. Folk.
DUOLIAN STRING PICKERS ('68-'73 ?) Mark Knopfler (g/v) born Glasgow '49.
DUPEC (-'09-) Edinburgh.
DUSTY HILL ('70-'73) Aberdeen. Johhny Morrison (v)
DUSTY HUT ('70 ?) Ayrshire.
DYKEENIES ('05 -) Cumbernauld. Andrew Henderson (b/v), Steven Ramsay (lg/v), John Kerr (d/v), Brian Fire (lv/p/sy)
DYNAMOS (-'66/'71-) Caithness. Billy Gray (b), Frank Sutherland (b/acc/v), Ann Sutherland (v), Robert Cameron (d), Geordie Jack (g/s/d/v), Davey Duff (lg/mn/v), Benny MacDonald (kb). See 'Manson Grant & The Dynamos'.

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