- Folk/ Rock/ World
Crossover Celtic folk-rock band from Skye formed in 1973.
Key members include: Rory Macdonald - bass and vocals, Bruce Guthro - lead vocals and guitar, Malcolm Jones - guitars, pipes and accordian, Calum Macdonald - percussion, Iain Bayne - drums and Brian Hurren - keyboards.
Key co-founder Donnie Munro left in the late 90s to persue a career in Scottish politics.
Much of their output is sung in Gaelic, including their biggest headlining hit single, 'An Ubhal As Airde' in 1995 (used in a TV ad).
Key albums include: 'Heartland' (1985), 'The Cutter and the Clan' (1987/8), 'Once In A Lifetime' (1988), 'Searchlight' (1989) and 'The Stamping Ground' (2001).