With a new website on the way, a new album looming and a new promotional video of the band in full swing (see below) Scotland’s Treacherous Orchestra are already eager to light the fuse to fire into 2012. The band features some of Scotland’s finest traditional musicians (and one Irishman) who have collaborted under many other artist partnerships in the past such as Croft No. Five. If you enjoy the likes of Peatbog Faeries and Session A9 then you’ll love them. They will be at Celtic Connections next year as well as the Big Whistle Festival and Big Session. They are one to watch out for in 2012!
Ross Ainslie (piper and tunesmith),
Innes Watson (fiddle and guitar),
John Somerville (accordion),
Ali Hutton (bagpipes, whistles),
Éamonn Coyne (banjo, mandolin and lone Irishman),
Barry Reid (guitar),
Adam Sutherland (fiddle),
Bo Jingham (flute),
Steven Byrnes (guitar),
Fraser Stone (drums),
Kevin O’Neill (flute),
Duncan Lyall (bass),
Martin O’Neill (bodhran and percussion).