Colin Clyne is an award winning Scottish singer/songwriter (Country, Folk Rock, and Americana). Having
spent 10 years in California, Clyne is now back in Scotland blazing a trail in the UK music scene. He left
San Diego as a 2 time winner of ‘The Best Acoustic Act’ at the prestigious San Diego Music Awards. In
the US, NBC featured Colin in a top 12 list of best singer songwriters associated with San Diego in
amongst Tom Waits, Jewel and the late Jim Croce.
In addition to his previous album, Doricana, The Never Ending Pageant was produced by Grammy
Award Winning Engineer, Alan Sanderson, (The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Ryan Adams, Burt Bacharach).
‘Pageant’ reached #6 on the iTunes Country album charts and his song Top of the Mountain was a
Finalist in the 2014 UK Songwriting contest. STV (Scottish TV) hailed Colin as a ‘…rising star of Scotland…’
with The Sun newspaper describing his latest offering as ‘…a glorious selection of folk and county rock
numbers…’ akin to Ryan Adams or Bruce Springsteen.
Clyne has become a seasoned road vet, impressing crowds at venues ranging from Hollywood’s
infamous Viper Room, to Scotland’s Tartan Heart Festival (Belladrum) and all manner of stages in
between. Clyne appeared at the 2012 Stonehaven Hogmany Party in Scotland, where he opened the
stage for International touring band The Red Hot Chilli Pipers in front of 6,000 party goers.
He has also shared the stage with the likes of Dave Arcari, James Grant (Love & Money), Big Country,
Donnie Munro, Justin Currie, Skerryvore, Mark Olsen (Jayhawks) and performed at a VIP event for
Radio play for Colin's latest album continues to be celebrated with airplay with “Whispering” Bob Harris
on BBC Radio 2, Keith Greentree with BBC Radio Norfolk, Baylen Leonard of BBC London/Amazing
Radio, BBC Radio 6 Music, BBC Scotland, BBC Radio Cumbria, BBC Radio Shropshire, BBC Tees,
BBC Mereyside, BBC Hereford & Worceter, Amazing Radio, XFM, Best Country Radio (The Iceman),
Roots & Fusion, Chris Country Radio, UKCountryRadio, Blues & Roots Radio and many more radio
stations across the globe.