The Jacobites are Stuart Spence, Lewis Kelly, Thoren Ferguson and Lewis Cullen and Dale Muir.
The Jacobites are passionate about Scottish music. We play it, we write it, we teach it and we perform it. Together we have 30 years combined experience in the Scottish music industry. We have played at weddings, concerts and events across Scotland, the UK and Europe.
Our highlights are – playing at the festival Mestralia in Catalonia, composing and performing a WW1 remembrance tune for HRH Princess Anne. Playing at the BBC Hogmanay Live with Phil Cunningham and Aly Bain. Playing at hundreds of venues across the UK from grand concert halls to small town halls. From playing with the Scottish Fiddle Orchestra to playing at weddings across the country. From teaching and inspiring the next generation of Scottish musicians to founding The Edinburgh Street Ceilidh. From winning national traditional music competitions to playing for Irish dancers. From playing the critically acclaimed Wilfred Owen violin to leading local traditional music sessions. From writing our own sets of music to playing concerts in aid of and in recognition of humanitarian causes.
As you can see, we love Scottish music.
Our name the Jacobites is a nod to our tradition.
We take that tradition and with our own unique style and sets bring it in to the present day.