Land (Worship band)

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Origin Glasgow, Scotland
Genres Worship, Folk, CCM, folk rock, roots rock
Years active 1997 (1997)–2000 (2000)
Past members Steve Knott
Yvonne Whitty
Diane MacLeod
Shirley-Anne Nolan

Land was a Scottish Christian music band, who played a worship style of acoustic folk music with folk rock and roots rock elements. They were from a four-piece band from Glasgow, Scotland, where they released three independently-made albums.


The Glasgow, Scotland-band worship band was a four-piece ensemble, who were Steve Knott, Yvonne Whitty, Diane MacLeod, and Shirley-Anne Nolan.[1]

Music history[edit]

The group formed in 1997, with their first album, Down the Mountain Slowly, releasing the same year.[2] Their subsequent album, Rain in the Springtime, was released the following year, in 1998.[3] They released, Point Me to the Skies, in 1999, where this was their final album, before they disbanded the next year.[4]




  • Down the Mountain Slowly (1997)[2]
  • Rain in the Springtime (1998)[3]
  • Point Me to the Skies (1999)[4]


  1. ^ a b Honeyman, Lins (1 June 1998). "Land: The Scottish worship visionaries". Cross Rhythms. Retrieved 3 November 2015.
  2. ^ a b Derbyshire, Dancin' Dave (1 February 1998). "Review: Down The Mountain Slowly – Land". Cross Rhythms. Retrieved 3 November 2015.
  3. ^ a b Lamb, Graeme (1 June 1998). "Review: Rain In The Springtime – Land". Cross Rhythms. Retrieved 3 November 2015.
  4. ^ a b Stewart, James (21 November 1999). "Land – Point Me to the Skies: A Review". The Phantom Tollbooth. Retrieved 3 November 2015.

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