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Cilla Fisher
Cilla Fisher

Cilla Fisher
Cilla Fisher


The Assembled cast with Cilla centre-stage

Cilla Fisher
Cilla Fisher

Cilla Fisher
Cilla Fisher

 

Cilla Fisher is one of the youngest Fishers, one of the most famous dynasties of Scottish song.  Aged seven she was in concert, within a year she was on BBC radio.  Folk club gigs followed with her sister Audrey, then concerts with the whole family and finally, a highly successful duo with husband Artie Trezise.

Her next project, the children’s theatre company The Singing Kettle, is one of Scotland’s runaway successes – audio and video recordings, tv appearances and worldwide appearances and worldwide theatre tours have made her a household name.  Her services to children’s music and theatre have brought Bafta and Prince Michael video awards, and finally an MBE.

Fortunately, she still sings occasionally for adults.  ‘What Can A Young Lassie?’ came from the repertoire of her sister Ray, and ‘The Sodger Laddie’ was given to her by singer and guitar virtuoso Brian Miller.

 

RECORDINGS

  Cilla - has made a number of recordings including several with 'The Singing Kettle' - Scotlan's premier children's show.
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