GARY INNESGary was born and raised in the small village of Spean Bridge in the Scottish Highlands. He picked up an accordion for the first time at the age of 8 because he wanted to be more like the number one hero in his life: his Dad.Gary released his first solo album Hows the Craic in 2005 and has since released multiple collaborative albums with Ewan Robertson (Breabach), all-accordion band Box Club as well as the three albums he has recorded with Mnran.Having played music professionally since 2003, Gary is no stranger to the world of music and as the newly appointed BBC Radio Scotland presenter for the iconic music show, Take the Floor he is becoming further integrated into the Scottish music scene.The most recent success story in Garys expansive career has been the release of his second solo album ERA. Launched at Celtic Connections 2017, ERA has received critical acclaim from media outlets with Tim Carroll writing, ERA is more than one mans reflection, its a view into the world of a master at work.Gary is an ex-Scottish Shinty captain and Internationalist and has won the Camanachd Cup final with his beloved team Fort William on no less than 5 occasions. Within his shinty career Gary is one of the very few people fortunate enough to hold every senior medal in the sport. Now, in his twilight years in the sport, Gary is more often seen in the commentators box covering the main fixtures on the shinty calendar for the BBC.www.garyinnes.comCRAIG IRVINGCraig Irving from Inverness began playing the guitar whilst living in Australia in 2009. He studied music at Lews Castle College, Benbecula in 2012 and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow from 2013 to 2016.Craig won the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award, a Celtic Connections Danny Kyle Award and received a nomination for Up and Coming Artist of the Year at the Scots Trad Music Awards in 2015 with his project, Talisk. He has twice performed at the Royal Albert Hall in London and was a member of the Scots Trad Music Awards House Band in 2014 and 2015.