PERFORMANCES:
Mishnish Inn -Tobermory, Scotland 1996.
1994 - 1998:
Sacramento Highland Games
Mammoth Highland Games
Yuba-Sutter Scottish Games
Kern County Scottish Society Games
Pozo Scottish Games
Willits Celtic Faire
Morrisons Upstairs- Woodland
Gallaghers Bar & Grill - Sacramento
Fox and Goose - Sacramento
Steve's Pizza - Woodland
Ukiah Farmer's Market
Boonesville Farmer's Market
KMAX-TV Channel 31- Sacramento
Mother Lode Scots Christmas Walk
Cloverdale Christmas Faire
Clearlake Blackberry Festival
Fetzer Vineyards St. Patrick's Day
Henderson, Nevada Concert
Marysville Concert - Yuba-Sutter Scots
Robert Burns Supper - Mother Lode Scots
Clan Macdonald Annual Gathering
2000
Tartan Day -Caledonian Club of Sacramento
Spring Tea -Caledonian Club of Sacramento
Fall Ceilidh- Caledonian Club of Sacramento
Fremont Presbyterian Church- Kirkin of the Tartan
Tartan Ball - Caledonian Club of Sacramento
2001
Robert Burns Supper - Mother Lode Scots
Clan Cian Annual General Meeting
Sweethearts Ceilidh - Caledonian Club of Sacramento
Tartan Day - K-Street Mall - Sacramento
Sacramento Valley Scottish Games
Annual Barbeque - Mother Lode Scots
San Diego Highland Games
Fresno Highland Games
Traveler's Hotel Ballroom - Sacramento
Fremont Presbyterian Church- Kirkin of the Tartan
Bonnema Brewery Company - Atascadero
Community Housing Coalition Christmas Luncheon
Ione Christmas Walk Games - Mother Lode Scots
2002
Tartan Day - K-Street Mall - Sacramento
Sacramento Valley Scottish Games
San Diego Highland Games
Annual Barbeque - Mother Lode Scots
Border's Books and Music - Roseville
Border's Books and Music - Sacramento
Border's Books and Music - Folsom
Border's Books and Music - Davis
Border's Books and Music - Elk Grove
St. James Gate - Folsom
2003
Border's Books and Music - Roseville
Crown and Anchor Pub - Monterey
Tartan Day - K-Street Mall - Sacramento
Sacramento Valley Scottish Games
Los Lagos Garden Party-Benefit
Modesto Highland Games
Borders Books and Music - Roseville
Tartan Ball - Caledonian Club of Sacramento
KVMR Celtic Music Festival - Grass Valley

2004
Robert Burns Supper -  Sacramento
Tartan Day - K-Street Mall - Sacramento
Los Lagos Garden Party-Benefit
Celtic Nations Festival - Vacaville
Dixon Scottish Games
2005
Robert Burns Supper -  Sacramento
Robert Burns Supper -  Sacramento
Dixon Scottish Games
Border's Books and Music - Carson City
Border's Books and Music - Galleria
Border's Books and Music - Sacramento
2006
Robert Burns Supper -  Sacramento
Robert Burns Supper -  Dixon
Dixon Scottish Games
Border's Books and Music - Natomas
Border's Books and Music - Galleria
Border's Books and Music - Sacramento
2007
Robert Burns Supper -  Sacramento
Robert Burns Supper -  Sacramento
Woodland Highland Games
Auburn Renaissance Faire
2008
Robert Burns Supper - Sacramento
Robert Burns Supper - Davis
Morrisons Upstairs - Woodland
Border's Books and Music - Elk Grove
Border's Books and Music - Elk Grove
European Festival - Carmichael
St. Andrews Ceilidh - Sacramento
2009
Robert Burns Supper - Saramento
Morrisons Upstairs - Woodland

I was 40 years old when I went to my first Scottish Games in Santa Rosa.  Maybe I was looking for something or it was looking for me.  I fell in head first apparently because it was where I belonged.  I fell in love with the culture and language and music.  I then met Linda Dewar who helped teach me singing and music as well as performance techniques.  We began to perform music and wrote songs together.  After a couple of years we recorded an album called "Seeds Upon the Wind".  It did very well locally and for some time we were very popular.  Linda met a fine Scottish gentleman working in Los Angeles as an engineer, married him and moved on.  I continued performing as a solo artist here in Sacramento and recently completed my first solo album called "Highland Prophecy" with Chris Caswell who was the engineer also on "Seeds Upon the Wind".
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Douglas McLean is a singer, songwriter, performer and recording artist with a great interest in his Celtic heritage.  Although he has been influenced by such diverse artists as the Tannahill Weavers, Alex Beaton and Runrig, his style is his own even when he performs one of their songs.  His many original songs are based either on historical fact or stories about real people.  His love of the Gaelic language even prompted him to learn it himself.  Doug also hosts local Gaelic classes.  Whether singing a heartfelt Gaelic love ballad or a Scottish battle song, his music resides at the heart of Celtic culture.  Tha e mar a bha e riamh…
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