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Treacherous Orchestra


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Treacherous Orchestra are:
John Somerville: Accordian
Ross Ainslie: Pipes and Whistles
Ali Hutton: Pipes and Whistles
Bo Jingham: Flutes and Whistles
Kevin O’Neill: Flutes and Whistles
Adam Sutherland: Fiddle
Innes Watson: Fiddle
Eamonn Coyne: Banjo and Mandolin
Michael Bryan: Guitar
Spad Reid: Guitar
Fraser Stone: Drums and Percussion
Martin O’Neill: Bodhran and Percussion
Duncan Lyall: Double Bass

The Treacherous Orchestra are a generation of Scotland’s finest musicians. Formed originally to play the Celtic Connections Festival Club 5 years ago the personnel are known for playing in most of Scotland’s well known Folk/World acts.


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  • UrielDias

    Magic Songs

    25 Feb 6:12am Reply
  • mark-lee

    Looking forward to seeing this lot at Beautiful Days...

    8 Jun 2013 Reply
  • Ye_Drunk_Foetus

    If anyone has the opportunity to see them live, go and see them! They really are great performers!

    12 Sep 2011 Reply
  • jenthomson

    The gig last night at The Old Fruitmarket blew me away. Amazing stuff!

    24 Jan 2010 Reply
  • etelleadit

    Saw them in Perth last month - most amazing live performance I've ever seen!

    17 Oct 2009 Reply
  • randomist

    I no I wish it had been longer they were so good at Cambridge. Bought the EP there which I now can't stop listening to :)

    6 Aug 2009 Reply
  • spiritfaoldun

    Agreed. They rocked Cambridge this year, shame it wasn't a longer set. :(

    5 Aug 2009 Reply
  • randomist

    are amazing :)

    3 Aug 2009 Reply

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