Sia Labelle Beaton has a long and rich musical history across many musical genres. She has played American folk music in small venues across Europe, and headed the popular all-girl \'Country Lace\' in Hawaii. In the early Eighties she toured with a 50\'s Rock Revival Show that included her father, Nick Masters, who was also lead guitar for Bill Haley\'s Comets for over 20 years. A talented singer/songwriter from Texas, Sia has contributed greatly to the awareness of Scottish culture and influence in America through her songs and research. She was instrumental in obtaining a designated Texas holiday, \'Day of the Scots\', in recognition of Scottish contribution to early Texas history In August 1999, Sia completed her \'Never Been to Scotland\' tour of Scotland, which included 9 radio stations, a live television broadcast, as well as several live performances. The highlight of her tour was when her song, \'Never Been to Scotland\' played over the loudspeaker for more than 8,000 people at the Tatoo in Edinburgh. She has been featured twice on the TV Channel 8 Weeknight Edition program. In 1998, Sia wrote and performed original music for the St. Luke\'s Methodist Winter Solstice Celebration in Houston, Texas featured on TV Channel 2. Well known on the Celtic/Scottish/pioneer/folk festivals throughout Texas and Oklahoma, she performs at coffee houses, clubs, schools, fundraisers, bookstores, and other events and is actively involved in the Texas Scottish Heritage Society. Sia is a member of the Clans MacLeod, MacGregor, and Ross; and has family members in Clan Gordon.