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Frank Taylor, The Flying Scotsman

Thistledown Hall, Mactaquac, New Brunswick, Canada

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Recording artist Frank Taylor is a proud and energetic Canadian entertainer. Born in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland, Frank immigrated to Canada December 31st, 1969.

The name
Why “The Flying Scotsman”? The original Flying Scotsman was the name of a train that ran between Edinburgh, Scotland and London, England. It was the fastest train on the track at the time.

Frank chose the name because of the attachment to his homeland and mostly because of his lively presence on stage!

Audiences

Frank Taylor, B&W
Frank has successfully performed folk music in Canada since 1970. He is no stranger to live performances in either a lively pub atmosphere or a serious stage presentation for an audience of 10,000 or more. Frank has enjoyed international recognition through recordings, radio, television and concert performances.

Highlights
* Release of the Original Tracks CD, October 2005
* Release of the Broomielaw CD, February 2005
* Tall Ships & Natal Day 2004, Halifax, NS
* Marine Atlantic Ferries – Summer 2003
* Canada Winter Games – Northern NB – March 2003
* New Brunswick Highland Games – 1995, 1996, 1997, 2002, 2003
* Singing O Canada at the New Hampshire Highland Games
* Tall Ships 2000 Festival, Halifax, NS
* Release of Thistledown Thunder CD
* Entertaining for conventions at the Algonquin Hotel since 1986
* Winter tours of Florida in 1997 & 1998
* 1997 Busker’s Festival, Halifax, NS
* Release of An Immigrant’s Prayer CD
* Singing An Immigrant’s Prayer on Parliament Hill
* Spring and Fall tours of Ontario since 1992

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