‘Tis the season to be jolly, tralalalaaa la la la laaaaa!!! Happy festive season Treacherites. It’s that time of year again where we shower our loved ones with love, drink too much, eat too much, and hope that Santa hasn’t put us on the naughty list. We are here to aid you with all of these inevitabilities.
For the person you love the most: matching Treacherous Orchestra T-shirts.
Origins, the perfect soundtrack for your Christmas party – the album also doubles as a fitness CD to help you work off all of those Christmas indulgences.
For anyone who wants to provide live entertainment for their family, we have a Tunebook so you can impress Mum and Dad by jamming along with Origins.
Remember we have all kinds of special bundles available in our shop.
So, instead of Oranges for a stocking filler, get Origins… pretty much the same nutritional value!!! Be safe and…remember…do the Jive Turkey!!!!! Merry Christmas.
We are really excited to be playing at Strathpeffer Pavilion next year! It’s one of Scotland’s top venues with a history of having hosted some of the top names in music. We always know that the Ross-shire crowd will be up for a party and we’re certainly planning on ramping up the energy for our first ever show at the pavilion. With a few of the boys being fairly local it’ll add an extra dimension to proceedings. Can’t wait…!!
Tickets for the show on Friday 25th April 2014 will be available from 9 am tomorrow.
We are delighted that our very own Duncan Lyall and Adam Sutherland have both been nominated for Composer of the Year, whilst Ross Ainslie’s debut solo CD, ‘Wide Open’ has been nominated for Album of the Year in the Scots Trad Music Awards.
If you’d like to vote for the lads or anyone else that takes your fancy you can do so here.
Well, we are back in Glasgow on Friday 17th Jan for Celtic Connections 2014, this time at the Old Fruitmarket. We are very excited!!
Check out the promo video that we are all over…
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We are delighted to announce that we will be playing the Edinburgh Street Party at Hogmanay this year, which will be the event’s 21st Birthday.
This will be our 2nd Street Party – our début was on Dec 31st 2010 – so we now know how to keep warm!
From the horse’s mouth:
Organisers of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay are today delighted to announce a uniquely Scottish line up for the Edinburgh’s Hogmanay Street Party. Unique Events, on behalf of City of Edinburgh Council, confirmed a feast of home grown talent will celebrate the 21st Birthday of the world famous event, which will welcome 80,000 revellers to the centre of the capital on Tuesday 31 December 2013. Scotland’s Big Year starts here.
Bring it on…