Cilla Fisher (b. 26 September 1952, Glasgow, Scotland) is the youngest of the Fisher family from Scotland. She sang on radio at the age of nine, and performed with other members of her family, including Ray and Archie Fisher. Her husband, Artie Trezise (b. 3 April 1947, St. Andrews, Scotland) sang with various folk groups including the Great Fife Road Show. Their albums together include Balcanquhal, featuring Allan Barty on fiddle and Cilla’s brother Archie, andCilla And Artie, a Melody Maker Folk Album Of The Year in 1979. They underwent a transformation to children’s entertainers and changed their name to the Singing Kettle, following the release of an album of the same title on their own label, Kettle Records. As a result, Fisher and Trezise, along with multi-instrumentalist Gary Coupland, began touring larger venues throughout the UK. In addition to recording a number of children’s albums, they perform educational work in schools, and have made four series for BBC Television. Aside from the new musical policy, Fisher continues to tour with members of her family, and has toured the USA with her sister Ray.
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