Catch highland born accordionist and MG Alba Scots Trad Awards ‘Instrumentalist of the Year’ winner, Gary Innes at the Tolbooth on 26th July!
About Gary Innes
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Highland born accordionist and MG Alba Scots Trad Awards ‘Instrumentalist of the Year’ winner, Gary Innes has been performing and composing music for over 16 years. Born in the village of Spean Bridge in the North of Scotland, Gary is one of the founding members of award-winning Scottish super-group Mànran. Gary returns to The Tolbooth this July with his band, following the release of his album IMMINENT in Feb 2019.
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