13th August 2017 @ 9:30 pm
Church St
Inverness, Highland IV1

Corralach are a Highlands of Scotland based Folk Group with an interest in keeping our vocal tradition alive. They sing a wide range of harmony songs drawn from Scotland, Ireland and America both accompanied and A ‘Capella. Corralach also write songs in the traditional style covering a range of subjects.
Corralach are:
Tony Perridge, 6 string and 12 string guitar, mandolin, lead vocal and high harmony, Tony is the band ‘Chord Smith’ who frequently expresses the view that ‘there is not a song written that cannot be improved by the addition of a minor chord or two’. Tony has played the circuit for a number of years now having been a member of The Clach who were resident in Hootanany in Inverness for 7 years on a Sunday night.
George Livingstone, guitar, bouzouki and 5 string banjo, lead vocal and low harmony. George has played in folk bands since the early 1960’s having been in The Norlanders, Barleycorn and The Clach to name but a few.
In addition to Hootananny both have played a variety of pubs, bars, folk clubs and theatres including Elgin Town Hall and Eden court Theatre, Fyvie Folk Club, Dunfermline Folk Club, Kirkcaldy Acoustic Music Club