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Steve McDonald (Celtic music)

Steve McDonald (born 9 September 1950) is a New Zealand composer, singer, and instrumentalist. He performed in several rock bands, including Human Instinct, before embarking on a solo career. He has composed musical scores for television shows and documentaries. Beginning in the early 1990s, McDonald has explored his Scottish heritage through a series of Celtic recordings.[1]

Music Style: Celtic fusion
Solo Albums: Spinfield (Hearts of Space Records),[2] Sons of Somerled, Stone of Destiny (album), Winter in Scotland: A Highland Christmas, The Message (Steve McDonald album), Highland Farewell, Legend (Steve McDonald album)
Music Label: Etherean Music

Formerly a member of: Timberjack (band), Dizzy Limits, Human Instinct


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  2. ^ "Spinfield". Valley Entertainment-Hearts of Space Records. Retrieved 23 June 2010. 

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