Corralach is an Inverness, Highlands, based Folk duo dedicated to keeping our vocal tradition alive. We sing a wide range of songs drawn from Scotland, Ireland and America, together with self-penned offerings, both accompanied and a cappella. Our music is voice led, with an emphasis on harmony. Corralach are happy to travel for gigs in Hotels, Folk Clubs or at Festivals and welcome enquiries from event organisers. In 2016 we are played in a range of venues from Haddington Folk Club in East Lothian with Stirling and Falkirk Folk Clubs in between, a summer season in The Columba Hotel, Inverness, Hootananny's and The Glen Mhor Hotel. We have bookings in 2017 for Falkirk Folk Club, Dalgety Bay Folk Club in Aberdour, The Slanj Restaurant in Arrochar, The Portsoy Boat Festival Harbour Stage and a summer season in The Columba Hotel in Inverness.
Tony Perridge, 6 string and 12 string guitars, mandolin, lead and harmony vocals.
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, a folk trio who were resident in the Hootananny bar in Inverness for 7 years on Sunday nights.
George Livingstone, guitar, bouzouki and 5 string banjo, lead and harmony vocals. George has played in folk bands since the early 1960's having been in The Norlanders, Barleycorn and The Clach as well as with Andy MacAlpine as Luckenbooth, with John Sheldon as John and George and as a solo performer.