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DavidWilkie and Cowboy Celtic are becoming well-known for the connections they are making between Western (traditional cowboy) music and the music of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England.
Wilkie’s songs Wind in the Wire and Cowboy Boogie, co-written with Stewart MacDougall, were recorded by Randy Travis on Warner Western, and Travis also featured Wilkie’s music on his ABC TV special Wind in the Wire.
DavidWilkie and Cowboy Celtic, based in Turner Valley, Alberta, features the beautiful, pure voice of Denise Withnell on guitar, Keri Zwicker on vocal and harp, Scott Ring, of Newfoundland on whistles and Joe Hertz on fiddle.
SIR DAVIDWILKIE, son of DavidWilkie and his third wife, Isabella Lister, was born on November 18, 1785, at Cults, a small village on the banks of Eden Water in the county of Fife, Scotland, where his father was settled as minister of the Presbyterian church.
Wilkie's cautious, practical disposition was frequently a curb upon Haydon's recklessness, and although the latter in his autobiography often ridicules his friend's tall, ungainly figure, broad Scotch accent, and slow de-liberation, he nevertheless highly valued Wilkie's sound judgment, simplicity, and honesty.
Wilkie began a portrait of the famous Viceroy of Egypt, Mehemet Ali, but before its completion the Oriental, in which they were to return to England, had arrived, and on May 26 they set sail.
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