Born in 1982 to North-East and West of Scotland parents. Eilidh's family has for generations been musically active and she has inherited her parents and grandparents love of music. She started singing from an early age and it was at school that she began to perform on stage and in competitions. Along-side singing, Eilidh has also appeared and acted in many musicals and stage shows.
When she was 17 Eilidh started to develop her own style and in the summer of 2003 Eilidh joined Angus Lyon, Ruaridh Campbell and Stevie Lawrence. However, Eilidh's current line up of flute, guitar and cello along with some stunning harmonies has been met with great enthusiasm.
Eilidh loves to sing Scottish traditional songs - and is especially fond of those of Robert Burns, but her feel for and interpretation of lyrics shows when she switches to a more contemporary style.
At the beginning of 2004 Eilidh won a Danny Kyle Award at the Celtic Connections festival in Scotland and since then has had the honour of performing at many different festivals and clubs across the UK and Ireland.