A founding person in Irish folk group the Young boys from the Lough, Robin Morton has continued to influence Celtic music as an archive manufacturer and owner of Midlothian, Scotland-based label, Temple Information. Morton’s participation with traditional Celtic music traces back again to the first ’60s when he shaped a Folk Music Culture at the College or university of Belfast. A devoted folk tune collector, Morton put together and edited two books Folksongs Sung In Ulster and Arrive Day, Go Time, God Send Weekend. As well as Cathal McConnell and Tommy Gunn, Morton shaped the Young boys from the Lough in 1967. Using the departure of Gunn, McConnell, and Gunn continuing to perform being a duo. While executing on the Falkirk Folk Celebration in 1969, both musicians fulfilled Scottish fiddler Aly Bain and vocalist/guitarist Mike Whellans. Casual jam periods sparked a long lasting a friendly relationship that culminated with Bain and Whellans teaming up with Morton and McConnell 2 yrs later. By that point, Morton had shifted to Scotland, to wait Edinburgh College or university. Being a quartet, the Young boys from the Lough begun to tour across the world in 1972. Morton continued to be with the Young boys from the Lough until 1979. The group, nevertheless, went through many personnel adjustments. In 1972, Whellans was changed by Dick Gaughan, who was simply subsequently changed by Dave Richardson. Departing the music group to focus on record generating, Morton was changed by Richardson’s sibling, Tich. After departing the Males from the Lough, Morton worked well as a maker for Topic Information. His commitment to effort paid. Within 2 yrs, he had opened up a recording studio room and released his personal label, Temple Information. Among the label’s 1st functions was the Battlefield Music group, an organization he handled. Morton offered as director from the Edinburgh Folk Event from 1986 to 1988.