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  • Among their "Burns Cocktail Recipes" are such newfangled concoctions at the Ginger Berry (Scotch, crème de cassis and ginger beer), the Orchard Kiss (whisky, elderflower liqueur, apple juice and lemonade) and the Capercaillie (whisky, Cointreau, apricot liqueur and pineapple juice).

    A Birthday Toast to Scotland's Bard

  • He has worked with some top Celtic acts, including Ireland's Altan and Scotland's Capercaillie, but he's helped add an Irish flavor to plenty of rock records as well.

    The Bothy Band

  • The Capercaillie:A turkey-size grouse with ten speckled chicks

    The Sea of Trolls

  • Accordian-playing Gary Innes and his group, Manran, hope to repeat the chart success Runrig and Capercaillie had with Gaelic songs in the 1990s.

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  • Ireland's Declan O'Rourke was original and confident, Eddi Reader passionate and Capercaillie singer Karen Matheson did a lovely version of Si Kahn's haunting song - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph

  • Brampton comes alive: This year's popular festival will feature American songstress Iris Dement and the band Capercaillie.

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  • Scottish group Capercaillie will top the bill on the opening night with more major acts still to be announced.

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  • Other Capercaillie Album Reviews: may not be as well-known as the Irish Folk bands in the music business, but they certainly have left their mark over the years since its formation in the 80s.

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  • Capercaillie is an excellent and unique group, and has survived the tumults of the industry for over twenty years.

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  • Following Clannad's tradition of blending two folk songs into one track while maintaining musical continuity, Capercaillie makes

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  • The wood grouse, largest of the grouse family, renowned for its mating display.   aka Cock of the woods or cock-o-the-woods Also the name of a Scottish band.

    July 23, 2015