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Gaelic singer scoops BBC honour
Jeff Zycinski, Catriona Watt and Jack McConnell
Catriona with Jeff Zycinski and Jack McConnell
Catriona Watt has been named BBC Radio Scotland's Young Traditional Musician Of The Year.

The 19-year-old, from the Isle of Lewis, won the awards' grand final at City Halls in Glasgow with her performance of Gaelic song.

Winning the title has brought her the opportunity to perform at various high profile festivals.

Also a recording deal with Foot Stompin' Records and one year's membership of the Musicians' Union.

Catriona was presented with her award by Jeff Zycinski, head of Radio Scotland, and First Minister Jack McConnell.


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