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Hogmanay Live


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Hosts Cathy MacDonald and Hazel Irvine in the studio in Glasgow and presenter Paul Coia at the Hogmanay celebrations in Edinburgh introduce a lively party to welcome in 1995 with a musical line-up that includes US new-country star Nanci Griffith sending greetings from Nashville, Tennessee.
Edinburgh's Ross bandstand in Princes Street is the focus of a series of events that are expected to attract 100,000 revellers. Live at the celebrations are
Scotland's premier rock band Runrig. In the Glasgow studio sisters Mary and Frances Black from Ireland will be playing in the New Year with their respective bands, along with Scottish band Capercaillie, Aly Bain ,
Phil Cunningham , Rab Noakes , members of the Strathclyde Police Pipe Band, plus a surprise guest ortwo.
Director/Producer John Smith Stereo .


Unknown: Cathy MacDonald
Unknown: Hazel Irvine
Presenter: Paul Coia
Unknown: Nanci Griffith
Unknown: Frances Black
Unknown: Aly Bain
Unknown: Phil Cunningham
Unknown: Rab Noakes

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