Stephen Quigg has established himself as one of the most popular folk singers in Britain today. He has played at countless venues throughout Scotland, England and Ireland where his festival successes include the prestigious Irvine, Orkney and Inverness Folk Festivals. His solo concerts at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe were packed and received fine reviews.
He has gained a huge following, particularly in the Highlands of Scotland, where his repetoire ranges from sensitive traditional ballads to foot stamping Scottish folksongs. He has a rare combination of musical skill and a sense of fun, and has appeared regularly in TV and radio.
Apart from singing, Stephen plays guitar, banjo and bodhran. He plays in clubs, concerts, hotels and festivals, where his skills have earned him an enviably healthy date sheet. In 2001 Stephen was asked to join the internationally acclaimed McCalmans, and has become a popular addition to the band.