PETER MORRISON

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Peter Morrison

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Peter Morrison

Peter Morrison is one of Scotland's most popular & accomplished singers. An Arts & Law graduate of Glasgow University, his musical talents finally overtook his legal career during the seventies with his part in the hugely popular "Songs of Scotland" BBC TV series. During the `80s he starred in "The Magic of Musicals" for Grampian Television, "Top C`s & Tiaras" for Channel 4 & "Once upon a Song" for Scottish Television, not to mention a host of Hogmanay shows on radio & TV. He now makes innumerable concert & theatre appearances throughout the country & in particular, the United States, where he gives a series of concerts each year. In 1996 he completed a most successful 16 date concert tour in the States & also had the pleasure of giving three concerts in South Africa commemorating the Burns Bi-Centennial. In this connection his own theatre production, "Rantin` Rovin` Robin" - the story of Robert Burns - has drawn critical acclaim. He has been a constant broadcaster on Radio 2 with his own series` for BBC both in Scotland & London & has had the honour of appearing before Royalty on numerous occasions at private events & Royal Command performances. He has more than a dozen record albums to his credit.



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