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Ronnie Brown to join the Douglas Gathering at lennoxlove

Ronnie Brown, of the Corries, seen here with the late Duke of Hamilton, will be at Lennoxlove for the Douglas Clan Gathering to talk about his painting on 2nd July.

Towards the end of the afternoon, we will be entertained by the Haddington Pipe Band.

It should be a memorable afternoon.

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Comment by J Ruaidri Douglas on July 2, 2014 at 7:03

To any and all in our Douglas Archives community... If it is possible, PLEASE video the talk with Ronnie Brown about this painting! Thank you

Comment by J Ruaidri Douglas on May 24, 2014 at 7:00

Thank you, William. Much appreciated! Looking forward to the possibility of a video of this event and or some clear images of this wonderful painting. It is my pleasure to contribute a wee small bit to this website. And yes, there are some more songs to post. I have just been pacing myself.

Comment by William Douglas on May 23, 2014 at 10:15

I will see what we can do for you, Jackson, so answer your questions.
Thank you for posting the videos of the Corries.  If you can find any other Douglas songs or tunes, that would be good.  Are there any pipe tunes?

Comment by J Ruaidri Douglas on May 23, 2014 at 7:26

Very much wish I could attend the Douglas gathering and this event in particular! I am fascinated by history passed down through songs; Better still Douglas history!  Ronnie Brown and the Corries have more Douglas songs than any other group or musician that I am aware of. I am curious, what is Ronnie Browns connection to the Douglases? Also, is there any other, more detailed images of this painting? If possible to do so, can someone PLEASE video this discussion about this painting by Ronnie Brown and post it here to the Douglas Archives? Thank you.

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