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Gordon Pattullo


Biography (Courtesy of the Artist�s site, 2006)

Gordon Pattullo has surely establishied himself as one of Scotand's outstanding accordionists. On receiving his first accordion for his eleventh birthday, Gordon wend on to win the Junior Scottish Championship in Perth two years later - competing against over sixty rivals! Since then he has won many more cups and medals.
Gordon has had the distinction of being musical director for Andy Stewart on his tours of Australia and New Zealand and has made many visits to Canada and America with Andy and Kenneth McKellar.
Apart from television appearances and recording commitments, Gordon keeps busy as a teacher of the accordion and still finds time to compose many fine tunes, some of which can be found in his book "The Furrows End". He has also recorded over 15 albums.
Gordon has teamed up with accordionist Billy Anderson and produced a show called Great Scots. The show includes singing, dancing, fiddle and accordion music, piping and the odd story for good measure.
In 2004 Gordon started his own recording label, GP Recordings, and released the CD "Hand Made In Scotland". It includes accordion, fiddle, piano, bass, drums, guitar, banjo and features his son Fraser playing pipes and whistles. This recording was nominated for an award in 2005.
Gordon is one of the most popular guest artistes at Accordion and Fiddle clubs and has been nominated as Best Guest Artiste of the Year.

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