"We may well have found a Runrig for the 21st Century"
Skerryvore formed in 2004 on the Isle of Tiree in
With their outstanding musicianship and the mesmirising voice of singer Alec Dalglish, Skerryvore have gripped audiences across the world from Chicago to Beijing and have been the highlight of many big festivals, home and abroad, including MagiaCeltica in Italy, Celtic Connections in Scotland, Celtic Crackers in the Netherlands – even a blistering performance at Scotland’s Premier rock festival ‘T in the Park’ in July 2009.
The band had the honour of co-writing and performing the song 'Hold Your Breath' for the BBC Alba television series entitled ‘A'Gharaids’.
The first live performance of the song was played to a sell-out crowd at Celtic Connections in January 2009.
When not touring the world, Skerryvore are heavily involved with the charitable organisation Live Music Now (LMN).
This collaboration has seen the band participate in performances and workshops within key community environments including
The Royal Blind School, Artlink Central, special needs schools throughout the
Skerryvore continue to generate a big following of fans of all ages worldwide.