CBC.ca-22 Jul. 2016
... the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders on stage with him last night at FirstOntario Centre to back him up on the Wings classic Mull of Kintyre.
After the closure of Fort George was announced, Forces TV has taken a look at the history of the barracks.
An artillery fort which now houses soldiers from the Black Watch (3 SCOTS), its story began even earlier than its creation in the 18th century.
Somewhat unsurprisingly for a defensive structure, it all started with a rebellion.
The Jacobites were the Catholic foot soldiers of the religious wars that had torn Britain apart since Henry VIII's schism with the Catholic Church in the early 1500s.
Henry had wanted a divorce from his first wife, the Spanish Catherine of Aragon, and a remarriage to the young and beautiful Anne Boleyn.
To obtain doctrinal support, he took advantage of competition within the church that had been sparked by Martin Luther's Protestant reformation in Germany.
The result was that religious conflicts in mainland Europe were brought over to Britain, dragging in monarchs from across the Channel as Kings and Queens were moved around in a giant game of ideological chess.
he and Boyle are at it again with "A Wonderful World," an album of 10 covers including Paul McCartney's "Mull of Kintyre" ...