2005 – present (13 years)
- Calum MacCrimmon
- Donal Brown (2005 – 2011)
- Ewan Robertson
- James Duncan MacKenzie (2011 – present)
- James Lindsay
Breabach are a folk band from Scotland formed in 2005 who stormed onto the folk roots scene with their nomination as 'Best Folk Band' at the 2007 Scots Trad Music Awards, an achievement which they were able to repeat a year later.
The band has released four albums to date: The Big Spree in 2008, The Desperate Battle of the Birds in 2010, Bann in 2012 and Ùrlar in 2013. They have appeared several times at the world famous Celtic Connections in Glasgow and have also toured extensively around the UK and most of Europe.
The original line up consisted of pipers Calum MacCrimmon and Donal Brown, fiddler Patsy Reid and guitarist Ewan Robertson. They were later joined by double bassist James Lindsay. Donal and Patsy left Breabach in early 2011, and were replaced by James Duncan Mackenzie(James Mackenzie?) and Megan Henderson respectively.
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