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Sounds of Scotland
A weekly radio show from Scotland

Andy Mack was born in Fyvie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. He spent the first few years of his life in the NE of Scotland with the Doric, and developing his wry sense of humour. Andy grew up in Ayrshire in the heart of Robert Burns Country, where he developed his love of Scottish music and the unique humour of the Scottish Culture.

When most teenagers were listening to The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, Andy was tapping his toes to more traditional tunes. The White Heather Club and Thingamajig were among Andy’s favourite TV Shows.

A Dairy Farmer for many years, Andy farmed in Scotland, Canada, and the USA. In 2002 Andy returned from the USA to Canada to channel his enthusiasm in a new direction.

For many years he has been involved in many Scottish Events, both nationally, and internationally.

Andy wears the kilt with great pride and exuberance as he acts as an MC at Scottish Events near and far.

‘’The Sounds of Scotland’’ Show is broadcast ‘’Live’’ Friday evenings 7pm – 9 pm on 91.3 FM Bluewater Radio, from Hanover, Ontario Canada.

The show is Streamed on Bluewater Radio’s website at

Archived versions of the show are available to download within 24 hours of the original broadcast. (The archived shows are commercial free.)

‘’The Sounds of Scotland’’ Show has developed into a ‘’must listen’’ for Scots and non Scots from all over the world. Since October 2002 Andy Mack has been playing a great weekly mix of Scottish music, from the Bothy Ballads through to the Bagpipes, and everything in between. From Jimmy Shand to Matt McGinn, the Alexander Brothers to Gaberlunzie, with some cheery chat, occasional interviews, and What’s On in the Scottish Scene, plus all your Requests and Dedications.

You listen to his weekly show at:

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