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runrig

(ˈrʌnˌrɪɡ)
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(Historical Terms) Scot another name for rundale
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Runrig fans may not be drowning their sorrows on an empty stomach after the band's farewell concerts in Stirling later this year.
SCOTS rockers Runrig are giving their fans one for the road as they take a final bow after 45 years.
Sad news for Gaelic rockers: Runrig are calling it a day.
FLYING the Saltire for Clan Alba is the Celticrock six-piece Runrig and they appear in Hall 1 of the Sage Gateshead on Wednesday night.
In several places Hamnett discusses Calum MacDonald, whom he refers to as a member of the Gaelic rock group Runrig and as the MP for the Western Isles (pp.
Songs such as Heart of America, Strangers to the Pine and the classic Runrig track The Cutter, from The Cutter and the Clan album of 1988, are all about the trials and tribulations of starting a new life thousands of miles from home.
GUITARIST Malcolm Jones of Runrig is seriously ill in hospital after collapsing at Edinburgh's Waverley Station.
SSCOTTISH band Runrig have been together for 30 years and still regularly tour and release albums.
His dad is famous as the ex-Runrig frontman, but Niall admitted that while he has experimented with Runrig song mixes, "It's a bit too close to home".
For 15 years he was a member of Runrig, a Scottish group, and performed on Top of the Pops.
Wishart is the only MP ever to have appeared on Top of the Pops -he used to play in Scots group Runrig.
COVENTRY'S Warwick Arts Centre presents a powerful blend of Gaelic and Celtic folk and rock when Runrig appears on Thursday.