Tom Campbell was raised surrounded by music. Tom moved to the Isle of Lismore at the age of 7, where he spent a number of years competing as a piper within the Oban High School Pipe Band. He went on to study whistle, flute, pipes and bodhran at Plockton music school for 2 years before completing a HNC in Traditional Music in South Uist. Tom combines his music with a career as a full-time FireFighter, however he is as determined as ever to continue following his passion in traditional music, bringing a fusion of unique and personal sounds to the table.
Multi-instrumentalist Gillie O’Flaherty comes from Ullapool in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. His involvement in Scottish traditional music started early with Feis Rois, with whom he works closely to this day.
Gillie thrives on small ensemble playing. He honed his skills at the National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music in Plockton, played at the Cambridge Folk Festival with the Feis Rois Ceilidh Trail and performed solo at the prestigious Ullapool Guitar Festival in 2018 where he met Rodger Bucknell of Fylde Guitars, who has supported him over the years.
Gillie is currently studying Traditional Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow.