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Rebecca Caldwell
Brenda Cochrane

 Brenda Cochrane

 Rebecca Connelly

Edwyn Collins on 'Rip It Up'
Justin Currie on 'Stone Cold Sober'
Colin Cunningham & Alyn Cosker on 'Waitin' For The Rain'

Gerry Cocozza

COATES, IAIN (d) - Ivan Drever Band ('09 -)
COCHRANE, ANDY (v/g) - A-Beats (-'62-), Pheasant Pluckers (**)
COCHRANE, BRENDA (v) Born Uddingston. Won TV show 'Opportunity
Knocks' ('89). Singer / actress.
COCHRANE, EDDY (d) - Mentol Errors (-'79-)
COCHRANE, ERIC (g) - Big Six (Dumbarton) ('64 - ?). Died in van crash '66-'68.
COCHRANE, STEVE (v/kb/tru) - Red Zepherz (-'07-)
COCKBURN, LYNDSEY (g) - Optimum Code ('81-'83 ?), Son Of A Gun ('83-'85)
COCKBURN, RON ( ) - Corrie Folk Trio ('62)
COCKS, MATTHEW (b) - Josef K ('79 ?)
COCOZZA, GERRY (v) - Zeke State, Cannon, Majority, Bridge ('74-'75), Hackensack,
Merlin, Chico, Souled Out, Staircase, Butterscotch, Glasgow Rock Orchestra, Colin James
Orchestra & Singers, Beast (France)
COFFIELD, DES (g/bn/kb/mn/v) - JSD Band ('69-'74, '97-)
COFFILS, CHARLIE (d/v) - Chevlons ('67), Cartoone ('67-'69)
COHEN, SETH ( ) - Truckers, Seat Back Tidies, Number One Cup
COIA, PETER (v/sw/g/kb) - solo artiste, born Bellshill '52.
COLBURN, RICHARD (d) - Camera Obscura
COLE, LLOYD (v/g/sw) Lloyd Cole & The Commotions ('82-'89, '04-)
COLE, VICKI ( ) - Three Blocks From The Wake
COLEBURN, RICHARD (d) - Belle & Sebastian ('96-?), Snow Patrol
COLEMAN, SUBIE (v) - Subie Coleman Quartet/Quintet, Melting Pot / Midnight Blue
COLES, ANTHONY (g) - Here Lies A Warning ('07 ? -)
COLES, DAVE (b) - Fiddlers Bid ('93-)
COLETTA, JOHN (g) - Positive Noise ('85)
COLETTA, JOHN (lv/g/mn/sw) - Humpff Family, Reeling Stones (late '00s -)
COLL, MICK (g/v) - Logan ('03-)
COLLETTA, ARMANDO (d) - White ('85-?) (ex either 'Molotov Cocktails' or 'MOT'.
COLETTI, PAUL (vi) - Professor of Viola, Peabody Inst., Balt., USA
COLLIER, MORAY (d/v) - Hot Tattie (-'08-)
COLLINS, EDWYN (v/g) - Orange Juice ('79-'85), Aztec Camera ('90)
COLLINS, JIM (lg) - Interns / Five Interns ('63-'66), Frekels ('72-'88), Deliverance ('88-'92), Tusk ('92 -)
COLLINS, JOHN (d) - Interstate ('79-'83)
COLLINS, KENNY (v) - Logan ('03-)
COLLINS, ROBBIE (g/sw) - Jolt ('76-'79)
COLLINSON, FRANCIS. Ethno-musicoligist. Died '85.
COLQUHOUN, BILLY (lg) - Golden Crusaders (early-mid '60s), Premiers ('64 ?)
COLQUOUN, DAVIE (g/v) - Kleeverz (early '60s), Findo Gask ('70s), playing in Hong Kong (-'12-)
COLQUHOUN, MARK (d) - Desert Rose ('89-'98), Stantons ('06 -)
COLQUHOUN, NEIL (v/g/kb) - Desert Rose ('89-'98), Calvin (early-mid '00s ?), Very Secret History ('05-),
Stantons ('06 -)
COLSTON, SCOTT ( ) - Luva Anna ('02- ?)
COMMON, JONNIE ( ) - Down The Tiny Steps (-'09), solo artiste ('09-)
CONDIE, JIM (g/do/ps/sw) Born Dunfermline - Chain Reaction, New Broom Bluesband, Blues Junction, Chakra ('75-), Elaine Simmons, Kenntones, Colin Chisholm, Solaris, Lena Zavaroni, Tam White & The Dexters ('81-'87), Rootsie Tootsie Blues Band (late '80s ?), John Fitsimmons, Rootsise Duo (with Ronnie Tait), Duo/trio with Tam White & Boz Burrell (late '80s - '00s), Tracy Nelson, Charlie Musselwhite, Louisiana Red, Lowell Fulson, Phil Guy, Jo Ann Kelly, recorded an African / blues fusion event in Edinburgh (featuring Ali Farka Toure, Mike Travis, Kenny Ellis, Dave MacNiven, played 'Eco Rock Festival 1988' in Fife - band for the night comprising Van morrison, Jim Condie, Mark Foreshaw, Graham Weir, Neil Weir & Colin Blaikey plus 3 of Morrison's regular band, has played and appeared/acted in many TV series e.g. 'Naked video', Rab C Nesbitt, Scotch & Wry, Taggart, Your Cheatin Heart etc, Roseanne Erskine, Curtis Johnson, Ronnie Tait & his Rootsie Tootsie Bluesband and Rootsie Duo ('89-'92 ?), Jackson Delta, Mose Scarlett, Washboard Hank, Penny Lang, Tim Harrison, Tom Ovans, Sugar Blue, Tim Williams, Ken Hamm, Michael Jerome Brown, Amos Garrett ('01 -), Ted McKenna, Alan Thomson, solo CD ('02), Leo Condie, Cousti ('08-), Maggie Reilly Band (Danish tour '10), Blueflint (album: Maudy Tree '11)
CONDIE, LEO (v/g) - Jim Condie, Low Miffs
CONDRON, JIM (b) - Anteeeks ('65-'66), Gordon Neville ( )
CONNELLY, REBECCA (prev. Rebecca Caldwell) (v/sw) Born Arbroath - solo artiste (to USA '06), returned to Scotland, Side By Side ('15 -)
CONNICK, CHRIS (g) - De Rosa (-'05-)
CONNOLLY, BILLY (g/v/bn) Born Glasgow '42. 'The Big Yin'. Acme Brush Company, Skillet Lickers, Humblebums ('65-'71), solo performer: comedian, actor, TV and film presenter.
CONNOLLY, MIKE (trom) - Government ('84-'85), Hurricane Gladys ('93-'96)
CONNOR, FRANK (lg) - Falcons ('59- ?), Golden Crusaders, Edinburgh Crusaders, Grant Hardy, New Boston Dexters. Later played with the big bands on the 'Mecca' circuit.
CONNOR, KAREN (kb/v) - Waterfront ('97-'00)
CONNOR, MITCHELL (b) - Waterfront ('97-'00)
CONNOR, STEWART (g) - Waterfront ('97-'00)
CONROY, SHAUN (b/v/dance) - Lost ('85-'90) (b), Leaders Of Men ('92-'94) (v/dance), Purple Jackie ('09-) (v)
CONSIDINE, CAMPBELL (v/p) - Fionna Duncan, Ronnie Rae, Brian Kellock, Jim Clelland, Kenny Matheson,
John Rae, Stuart Harrison, CC3 (Campbell Considine Trio)
CONSTANTINOU, CHRIS (fb/b) - Hollywood Exiles (-'81-)
COOK, ANDREW (g/v) - Stapleton ('98-), Avast ! ('04-)
COOK, ANDY ( ) - Billy McGregor & His Big Beat Group
COOK, FERGUS (sy/v) - Discopolis ('11 ? -)
COOK, IAIN (g/prog) - Aerogramme ('98-)
COOK, JOHN (kb) - Midnight Flyer ('80- ? played on band's only album)
COOK, MALCOLM (v) - Casuals (i.e. Caithness band) ('67 ?)
COOKE, MICK (tr) - Belle & Sebastian ('96-), Amphetameanies ('97-)
COOMBES, DAVID (v/b) - Accent (late 80s-)
COOMBES, ROD (d) - Stealers Wheel ('72 & '08-)
COONEY, JAMES (g/v) - Yomama ('09-)
COOPER, BERT (trom/b/p/g/session musician) - b. 25.6.15, d. 5.9.07. Provided trombone solo in '37 film
'Melody & Romance', Billy Gerhardy's Band ('38) That year played the Empire Exhibition, Bellahouston Park,
Glasgow. Played & composed for the '49 film 'Floodtide', Andy Lothian Band ('53 - ?), Bert Cooper Band.
COOPER, ERLAND ( ) Born Stromness, moved to south of England.
COOPER, NEIL (g/b) - Ruthless Young Souls ('08-)
COOPER, RONA (f) - Soutra (-'11-)
COPE, CHRIS (b) - Red Show (-'09 ? -'10)
COPE, JULIE (f) - Annasach Ceilidh Band
COPLAND,
COPELAND, IAIN (d) - Peatbog Faeries ('95-), Babelfish ('05-), New Voices Band (-'08-)
CORDINER, JONATHAN (f/v) - Double Scotch Ceilidh Band ('02-)
CORLETT-DONALD, LAURIE (sy/g) - Dicopolis ('11 ? -)
CORMACK, ALAN (b/g/d) - Spare Snare, Muppet Mule, Hamfisted
CORMACK, DANNY ( ) - Five Dollars ('66'67 ?)
CORMACK, DAVID ( ) - Upset
CORMACK, GAVIN ( ) - Penguins Kill Polar Bears (-'08-)
CORMACK, LIZ (kb) - New Breed ('65)
CORNER, BILL (rhythm guitarita) - Hornets (-'64-)
CORR, BRIAN (g) - Nevada (? - '72)
CORR, JOE (d) - Bad News ('77-'78)
CORRAL, RICHARD (d) - Ceilidh Experience ('04-)
CORRIGAN, STEVEN (b) - Hot Rails ('10 -)
CORRY, SAM (v/g/hca) - River Detectives ('85 - '09)
CORSON, JOHN (g/b) - Boston Red Sox, 2 Bad Cousins (-'86-)
COSGROVE, JIM ( ) Carpettes (Tyne & Wear) ('05)
COSKER, ALYN (d/kb) - Wolfstone
COSSAR, GREG ( ) - Baby bones ('05-)
COSTELLO, KATHY (v/g) - solo folk artiste. Album '90.
COSTLEY, RONNIE (v) - Downtown Flyers ('70s), Liberty Bodice/Kissing Bandits ('70s-'80s)
COTTON, BOB (d) -
COULSON, DENIS (v/kb) - McGuiness Flint ('70-'73)
COULTER, ANDREW (hbp) - Solo artiste.
COULTER, DOUGIE (b) - Donnie Munro Band
COUPER, ROSS (f) - Fullsceilidh Spelmanslag
COUPLAND, GARY (acc/trom/kb/p) Born Dumfries '64 - Kennt Ball, Jimmy Shand,
Singing Kettle ( ), awarded MBE ('00)
COUTTS, DONNIE (d/v) - Vikings ('65 ?)
COUTTS, MARION (v/trum) - Dog Faced Hermans ('86-'90s)
COUTTS, STEPHEN (vn/eg/ag) Jazz guitarist. Stephan Grappelli and many of the 'Jazz Greats'.
COVENTRY, ALAN (b) - Boston Dexters ('64-'66)
COVENTRY, JIM (v) - Bubbles
COVET, COLIN ( ) - Patrick James McGlynn & Yours ('82)
COWAN, ALEX (v) - Sol Diablos ('07-)
COWAN, ANDY (kb/per) - Mr Kil (end '07 -)
COWAN, DAVID (d) - We Hung Your Leader ('04-)
COWAN, DOUGIE (g) - Absent Tam ('07-)
COWAN, JOHN (f) - Gallovidians (-'92-)
COWAN, MARK (d) - We Hung Your Leader ('04-)
COWAN, PETE (b) - Grim Northern Social (to '07), Mr Kil (end '07 -)
COWDEN, JOHN (v) - Comedy Of Errors ('89-)
COWIE, ELSPETH ( ) - Chantan
COX, STEVEN (b) - Twist ('09-)
COYLE, BRIAN (lg/v/hc) - Underhand Jones ('79-'80), Dolphins ('81-'84)
COYLE, JOE (b/v) - Dodger ('78-'83), Joe Coyle Band ('05-)
CRAIG, ALLAN (d) - Interns / Five Interns ('63-'66)
CRAIG, ALLAN (b) - Interstate ('79-'83), Zen
CRAIG, DANIEL (v) - Tango In The Attic ('08-)
CRAIG, DAVID ( ) - High Speed Grass ('70s)
CRAIG, FRASER (d) - Spotty Dogg ('05-)
CRAIG, JIM (g/v/bn) - Islanders Country Band ('74-'75)
CRAIG, JORDAN (g) - Tango In The Attic ('08-)
CRAIG, KEVIN (lg/v) - Slaphead (-'96-)
CRAIG, STEPHEN (b) - Vicounts (-'08-)
CRAIG, TOMMY (b/v) - Mob, Chris McClure Section
CRAIGEN, BRIAN (v) - Jimmy Shand Jnr & His Band (-'71-)
CRAIK, JIM (tcb) - Peg Tops (-'63-)
CRANSTON, ALLAN (d) -Main Street Blues (-'06-)
CRANSTON, KENNY (b) - Hornets (-'64-)
CRAWFORD, HUGHIE (d) - Brazil ('90s)
CRAWFORD, IAN (d.bass) - Whistlebinkies
CRAWFORD, IAN (v) - Castillo ('98-May '04) / Kain (June'04-Aug'04)
 / Raising Kain (Sep'04-Jan'06)
CRAWFORD, JOLENE ( ) - Captain & The Kings ('08 ? -)
CRAWFORD, PAUL (d) - Grim Northern Social (to '07), Mr Kil (end '07 -)
CRAWFORD, SCOTT (b) - Emerald Sunday
CRAWLEY, JORDAN (g/sy) - Acrylic Iqon ('06 -)
CREIGAN, DEREK (b/lv) - Chevlons ('64 ? - '67), Cartoone ('67-'69)
CRICHTON, EVAN (v/sw/g) Glasgow - Pariah ( ), The Sky At Night (late '00s ?), solo performer ('05 ? -)
CROAN, JORDAN (g/v) - Woodenbox With A Fistful Of Fivers ('08-)
CROCKETT, GEORGE (d) - Journalist / jazz drummer. Sandy Brown's Jazz Band ('46-'47), played in Germany for a time, Jim Baikie Band ('60s-'70s ?). In later life was a local radio jazz presenter and played in Scottish country dance bands in Ayr. Died in the early 1990s.
CROMARTY, BRIAN (v/ag/bn) - Lone Star Swing Band, Silver Penguins, Saltfishforty, Chair
CRONAN, IAN (d) - Mother & The Addicts ('03-'08)
CROOK, JAMES (d) - Tango In The Attic ('08-)
CROSBIE, BOB (ag) - Muckle Flugga (-'11-)
CROSBIE, CARISS (v/p) Perthshire. Little Red (-'10-)
CROSBIE, MALCOLM (b) Born Edinburgh - Z And The Arabs, Nap Daleks, Swamptrash, Shooglenifty
CROSS, JOHN (b) - Hipple People
CROSSAN, GEORGE (b) - Janus (early '70s), Boyz/Flying Squad (mid-late '70s), Difference ('79-'82)
CROWE, BOBBY (acc) - Cavandish Dance Band, Bobby Crowe's Scottish Dance Band
CROWE, GRAEME ( ) - Battle Mountain (-'08-)
CRUICKSHANK, BRIAN (b) - Graeme Mitchell Scottish Dance & Ceilidh Band ('82-)
CRUICKSHANK, LISA (v) - Our Name Is Legion (-'08), Number ('08-)
CRUICKSHANKS, JIMMY ( ) - Embers ('63)
CRUICKSHANKS, JOHNNY (g/v) - See stage name ' Johnny Douglas '.
CRUICKSHANKS, RONNIE (b) - See stage name ' Ronnie Douglas '.
CRUISE, IAN (b) - Gap Year Riot
CRYSTAL, NEIL (d) - Castillo ('98-May'04)
CUFFE, LAURIE (g) - Cuban Heels
CULPIN, GRANT ( ) - Eight Miles High (early-mid '70s)
CUMMING, KENNY (acc) - Ballochmyle Ceilidh Band ('87-)
CUMMING, SEAN ( ) - Piano Bar Fight ('05 ? -)
CUMMINGS, DAVID (g) - Del Amitri ('89-'96 ?)
CUMMINGS, JOHN (g/p) - Mogwai
CUMMINGS, KENNY (g) - Stack (Mk 1) ('75)
CUMMINGS, MIKE (v) - Beachcombers ('65-)
CUMINS, CALUM (s) - Hoffs, Peg & The Bouffants ('07-)
CUNNINGHAM, BJ (g) - Frontier (-'06-)
CUNNINGHAM, CHRISTOPHER (lg/v) - Thee Beatles (as G. Harrison) ('09 -)
CUNNINGHAM, COLIN (b/g) - Gymp ('90s), Wolfstone
CUNNINGHAM, DAVID (v) - From Bo'ness. Radio broadcast 18.1.71.
CUNNINGHAM, JAMES (b) - Here Lies A Warning ('07 ? -)
CUNNINGHAM, JOHNNY (f/mn) Born Portobello '57, died New York '03 - Silly Wizard ('72-'80), Relativity ('86-'87), Raindogs, Cherish The Ladies, Solas, Nightnoise, wrote music for 'Peter & Wendy' ('96), coll. with Thomas Moore on 'The Soul Of Christmas' ('97), Kevin Burke & Christian LeMaitre ('97), wrote text/lyrics for 'Dancing On Dangerous Ground' a collaboration with Seamus Egan, soundtrack for 'A Life Outside Convention', Susan McKeown & Aidan Brennan ('00-'03).
CUNNINGHAM, MARK (b) - Mandrakes
CUNNINGHAM, PHIL (acc/kb/sy/wh/f/harm/g/v) Born Edinburgh '60 - Composer, producer, TV / radio presenter, music teacher. Silly Wizard ('76-'88), Joint album 'Against The Storm' with brother Johnny Cunnigham ('80), Relativity ('86,87), TV's 'Aly Bain & Friends' ('86) began an ongoing partnership (7 albums with Aly Bain '95-'10), Cherish The Ladies, Eddi Reader, Dolores Keane, Altan, Wolfstone, David Essex, wrote score for 'The Ship' ('90), Connie Dover ('91, '94, '97, '00), wrote 'Highlands & Islands Suite' ('96-7), performed at opening of Scottish Parliament ('99), music for BBC remake of 'Para Handy', music for film 'Last Of The Mohicans', awarded MBE ('02), TV's 'Scotland's Music with Phil Cunningham' ('09-'10), Kris Drever ('10)
CUNNINGHAM, TOMMY (d) - Wet Wet Wet ('82-'99, '04-), Sleeping Giants ('97)
CURRAN, EMMA (v) - Solo artiste, records/plays with Martin Mochan (lg),
Elaine -- (kb), Gordon Goudie, Stevie Jackson, Eugene Kelly
CURRAN, MARTIN (g/b) - Ruthless Young Souls ('08-)
CURRIE, BOBBY (lg/bv/sw) - Would Be Kings ('07-)
CURRIE, JUSTIN (b/v/g) - Del Amitri ('80-)
CURRIE, MARK (org/p/kb) - Silverbird ('84-'90), Accent ('90-'93), Saggy Trousers ('95-'97), Macfloyd ('08 -)
CURRIE, NICK (aka 'Momus') (v/g/sw) - Happy Family ('81-'83), solo artiste as 'Momus' '84 -.
CURRIE, PETER (v/g) - Silverbird ('84-'90)
CURRY, ANDY (g) - played beside Gordon Neville.
CURTIS, GRAEME jnr (d) - Vivamelodica ('06 ? -)
CURTISS, PAUL (b) - Needles (late '90s - '07)
CUTHBERTSON, ALLAN (kb) - Blue Nile ('06), Donnie Munro Band
CUTKELVIN, DEREK (v) - Green Ginger ('80-'82) / D'jango ('82-'90)
CUTKELVIN, GILLIE (v) - One Too Many ('69-'71 ?), Index ('73-'75), Maxis Taxi ('76-'80), Green Ginger ('80-'82) / D'jango ('82-'90), solo artiste as 'Gillie Leroy Jones' ('90 - ) and as such has also featured in Drifters / Driftation, Platters, American Dream.
CUTLER, IVOR (p/v /hm) Born Glasgow 1923. Poet, humourist, author, recording artiste, actor. Ivor Cutler Trio ('67), Robert Wyatt ('73). Died 3.7.06.
CUTLER, JANEY (v) Born Craigneuk 1929, died 2011. Finalist on 'Britain's Got Talent' 2010, aged 82. Impressed many with her rendition of Edith Piaf's 'Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien'.
CYMBAL, JOHNNY (real name through adoption) (v/sw/rec prod). See John Hendry Blair. Charted with 'Mr Bass Man' ('63), wrote 'Mary In The Morning' recorded by Glenn Campbell & Elvis Presley.

Gerry Cocozza 1963

 Gerry Cocozza - (left: 1973), (right on Oz TV in the '80s)

Peter Coia

 Peter

Coia

Jim Condie a
Jim Condie

 Jim Condie

Frank Connor  Jul 62

 Frank Connor - 1962

Campbell Considine

 Campbell Considine

Julie Cope

 Julie Cope

Elspeth Cowie
Joe Coyle

 Joe Coyle

Phil Cunningham
Emma Curran

Emma

Curran

 Phil Cunningham

Gillie Leroy Jones

 Gillie Leroy Jones

 

( Gillie Cutkelvin )

Johnny Cymbal

 Johnny Cymbal born John Hendry Blair in Ochiltree, Ayrshire