Colin Watson graduated from Memorial University, Sir Wilfred Grenfell Campus and lives in Jamesville, Victoria County. He was raised with Gaelic as one of his first languages and has an avid enthusiasm for all aspects of Cape Breton’s Gaelic tradition. His specialty is Gaelic singing. With a repertoire of puirt a bheul (mouth music), he has sung for BBC Scotland and appeared at concerts and milling frolics throughout the Island. Currently working as a heritage interpreter at Baile nan Gàidheal / Highland Village Museum in Iona, Colin has an active interest in Cape Breton music and step dancing and frequently enjoys square sets at the local halls.