Andrew McGregor “Andy” Stewart (8 September 1952 – 27 December 2015) was a Scottish singer, songwriter and instrumentalist, formerly the frontman for Silly Wizard. He was born in Alyth, Perthshire. With Silly Wizard he not only sang, but also played the tenor banjo, mandolin and tin whistles. Here is one of his most famous songs, The Valley of Strathmore

By the clear and the winding stream
In the valley of Strathmore
Where my love and I have been
Where we’ll wander never more

But if time was a thing man could buy
All the money that I have in store
I would give for one day by her side
In the valley of Strathmore

From the glen of the golden and green
I left for a land far away
Where sadness has never been seen
And joy only costs a day’s pay

But if time was a thing man could buy
All the money that I have in store
I would give for one day by her side
In the valley of Strathmore

If time was a thing man could buy
All the money that I have in store
I would give for one day by her side
In the valley of Strathmore

In Strathmore, there’s a long working day
For a man with his hands on the plow
But it’s work, I’d be happy to do
If at night I were lying with you

But if time was a thing man could buy
All the money that I have in store
I would give for one day by her side
In the valley of Strathmore

As I take a long draft from my glass
I’m drinking alone here again
And I try not to think of my lass
For the old days will ne’er come again

But if time was a thing man could buy
All the money that I have in store
I would give for one day by her side
In the valley of Strathmore

If time was a thing man could buy
All the money that I have in store
I would give for one day by her side
In the valley of Strathmore

And you can listen to him singing it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcCw1ALNkWU