Mike Whellans is among Scotland’s best flatpicking guitarists. A previous person in the Scots-Irish music group Boys from the Lough, and an ex-duo partner from the group’s fiddler Aly Bain, Whellans provides reinvented himself being a one-man blues music group, associated himself on acoustic and electrical guitars, harmonica, and mouth area percussion. The Utne Audience recommended listeners should “think about him as Jimmy Reed or Willie Dixon transplanted from Lake Michigan towards the shores of Loch Lomond.” The kid of the jazz drummer, Whellans performed the drums as a young child. By age 14, he had been a veteran of wedding ceremony and dance rings. Teaching himself to try out electric guitar, Whellans became a specialist musician in 1969. A longtime accompanist of Shetland fiddler Aly Bain, he and Bain recognized invitations to become listed on the Boys from the Lough in 1971. He continued to be using the group for the calendar year and was after that changed by Dick Gaughan in 1972. Whellans provides performed often in European countries and resolved in Denmark within the mid-’80s.