"The Sounds of Scotland" Show has developed into a must listen for Scots and non Scots worldwide.

For the past 16 years Andy Mack has been playing a great weekly mix of Scottish Music, from Bothy Ballads through to the Bagpipes, and everything in between. From Jimmy Shand to Matt McGinn, The Alexander Brothers, Runrig, Gaberlunzie, and the Red Hot Chilli Pipers, with some cheery chat, and occasional interviews. The show is internationally syndicated and is broadcast by numerous stations around the world. 

Andy was born in Fyvie, Aberdeenshire. He spent the first few years of his life in the NE of Scotland with the Doric,where he developed his wry sense of humour. Andy spent his teenage years growing up in Ayrshire in the heart of Burn's Country, where he developed his love of Scottish music and history.

A very progressive Dairy Farmer for many years, Andy farmed in Scotland, Canada and in the USA. After retiring from farming in 2002, he returned to Canada from the USA to channel his enthusiasm in a new direction.

Andy is a renown Burn's lover, growing up in the Ayrshire farming community in the footsteps of Robert Burns, he's acknowledged as beeing well read on the life and works of the bard. Andy annually hosts and performs at Burn's suppers across the country.

For many years he has been involved in many Scottish events, both nationally and internationally. He's also in demand as an after dinner speaker. Since 2003 Andy has been the MC and announcer at The Kincardine Scottish Festival & Highland Games.

In his spare time, Andy is a  pigeon fancier, and a recognized Master Breeder; he's the proprietor of Sky High Doves, a White dove Release Business, which regularly releases White Pigeons at events and fundraisers. Andy's knowledge of pigeons has been featured in newspapers, national magazines, and on TV.  

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