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Kenneth Thomson

Kenneth Thomson

Kenneth Thomson comes from Campbeltown, but has spent many years in Glasgow, having had an extremely successful career as a Chief Executive in the National Health Service. Since retiring early, he has become more involved in Gaelic issues.

Kenneth has been involved in Gaelic music for a great many years and is probably best known as a conductor of choirs, in particular the Glasgow Gaelic Music Association - the GG - which he has steered for many years with considerable success, winning the Lovat & Tullibardine competition at National Mòds on a number of occasions.

He jokes that people are more acquainted with his backside than his handsome profile, but Kenneth is a very talented and popular solo singer, and a consummate musician.

Kenneth Thomson

Kenneth Thomson