Who We Are

Introduction

Run by brothers Graeme and Keith Easton, Edinburgh based Woosh Entertainments provide commentating, announcing, music and event management at a huge variety of high profile Sports Events, Music Concerts, Awards Ceremonies and Corporate Events.

An impressive portfolio of clients, the brothers provide the announcing and music for The Scottish Football Association and The Scottish Professional Football League at The National Stadium Hampden Park and for numerous Scottish Rugby events at BT Murrayfield Stadium.

Woosh Entertainments has an expanding customer base. Since 1990 the company has provided their experienced team of Announcers and DJs at many sports including Football, Rugby, Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis, Triathlons, Athletics, Curling, Netball, Cycling, Snooker, Handball and Adventure Racing.

Internet Radio and Podcasts

Broadcasting from The WEL Podcast Studio at the company base on the southern outskirts of Edinburgh, the Woosh team produce regular shows covering music, sport and popular culture.

The World Stage at Award Winning Events

Woosh Entertainments Director Graeme Easton was delighted to be selected as one of the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium Commentators, an event that enjoyed worldwide coverage. Graeme has interviewed many legends from the world of Tennis, including John McEnroe and Tim Henman, at The Brodies Champions of Tennis in Edinburgh in 2013.

Both Graeme and Keith worked at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Graeme was the Stadium Announcer at Ibrox for the Rugby 7s while Keith was the Presenter at the Irn-Bru Store interviewing over 40 Team Scotland Athletes, with both the Rugby 7s and Irn-Bru Store picking up sports and event industry awards.

In 2016 Woosh were back in Glasgow as the city hosted two major events. Gavin Wallace was the host of the Le Gruyère AOP European Curling Championships at the Braehead Arena and Graeme and Keith were the presentation team at the Homeless World Cup in George Square. The Woosh team were proud to be at the heart of The Homeless World Cup, with the tournament subsequently picking up several “Best Event” Awards.

The European Rugby Finals were played at BT Murrayfield in May 2017, and as “the voice of Murrayfield” Graeme was delighted to be invited to take on his regular role.

In August 2017 Keith was honoured to be asked to record all the event announcements for the Queensferry Crossing Experience and for the travel hubs at the opening ceremony of the new crossing across the Forth Estuary.

On the occasions that Barack and Michelle Obama have visited Edinburgh to deliver speeches, Keith has been on the events team at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre in the roll of Show Caller.