Rock Salt & Nails (band)

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The Rock Salt & Nails are a Celtic fusion band based in the Shetland, Scotland. The band formed in 1992.

In 2009, the band wrote and released a single[1] dedicated to the Scottish tennis player Andy Murray, called Volley Highway.

Line-up[edit]

2003 line-up:

  • Paul Anderson - Fiddle
  • John Clark - Bass & Mandolin
  • Linda Irvine - Fiddle
  • David Jamieson - Drums & Percussion
  • Emma Johnston - Fiddle & Vocals
  • Fiona Johnston - Piano, Keyboards & Vocals
  • Paul Johnston - Guitar, Banjo & Vocals

Discography[edit]

  • Rock Salt & Nails (1991), Tape, probably sold on the Shetland Island only
  • Waves (1993)
  • More and More (1995)
  • Stand Your Ground (1997)
  • 4 6 2 1 (1999)
  • Boxed (1999)
  • Midnight Rain (2003)
  • Live and Hazardous (live) (2005)
  • Volley Highway (single) (2009)

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], A Smash or Just a Racket?