A slow jig named after my paternal grandmother, Catherine McNally (nee McCormick) of Glenburn in Paisley.
Here’s a wee march that I wrote in 1997 and dedicated to Campbell Service, or Paddy as he was known around Oban. Originally from Ballycarry in County Antrim, Paddy was a skipper of large cargo vessels and spent much of his time at sea. He loved guitars and had a fair collection of them at one point. He didn’t hoard them however, preferring to leave them in the care of local guitar players. He left a limited edition Martin D35 with me for a number of years, a guitar I eventually purchased from him.