Two duos - one from Scotland (Claire Mann and Aaron Jones) and one from Germany
The winners of the 1999 BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award.
In the style of the Foundry Bar Band.
Ciaran Dorris began working with Kentucky born fiddler Kate.
Back of the Moon are a traditional Scottish folk band, with both new and traditional tunes and songs.
Half of each of two popular bands, The Picts and The Cutting Edge.
Bag O' Cats are Dick Lee, Fraser Fifield, Nigel Richard, Rick Standley and Rick Bamford.
Band Re are Barnaby Brown and Gianluca Dessi.
Barrage brings you an exciting blend of world beat music and popular songs.
Top Scottish band, named after the Glasgow suburb of Battlefield.
At the root of the music influence of Bi Beó, is Runrig and the songs of Calum and Ruairidh MacDonald.
Charlie McKerron & John Saich, two of the core members of Capercaillie, joined by Laura McKerron.
Bodega are Gillian Chalmers, Ross Couper, Tia Files, Norrie MacIver and June Naylor.
Borealis is a five piece band performing the songs of Robert Burns.
Innovative celtic style, blending double bagpipes, whistle, fiddle, song and Scottish stepdance.
Formed in 1994 Bùrach have long been one of the most popular Scottish rock groups.
Multi-instrumental and veal talents of Keith Easdale with Kirsten Easdale and Keith Johnston.
Five-piece band from Aberdeenshire.
Folk group with bagpipes and fiddle.
Cantrip is a quartet of Scottish traditional musician.
Without a doubt one of the most popular of Scottish traditional groups
Spine-chilling slow airs, flying reels, and creatively alternative everything else!
Strong vocals and an array of instruments.
Ceilidh Minogue has developed over the last years as one of Scotland's best known ceilidh bands
One of Scotland's major groups
A mix of Clannad-like vocals and Chieftains-like chamber folk.
The dramatic voice of Alice Thacker soars over the atmospheric music.
Coila is a professional ceilidh band.
A contemporary band from Adelaide, South Australia.
Crossover music with Colin on trumpet, Phil Bancroft on sax and Dave Milligan on piano.
Lively Scottish/Irish tunes and songs.
A refreshing mix of Celtic and contemporary Scottish songs
Brilliant contemporary Scottish folk-fusion.
English-based Irish band.
An exciting combination of musicians hailing from Cape Breton Island, Ireland, the West Highlands of Scotland.
Taking the Scottish folk scene by storm!
West-coast ceilidh outfit
All-girl group, at the cutting-edge of Gaelic tradition.
Davy Steele, Jack Aitken, Dave Black, Tony & Brian Dougan,
Unique style blends pop and indie styles with traditional Shetland influences.
Eriskay Lilt cover an astonishingly broad musical sweep.
Bagpipes, accordions, fiddles, drums and synths fused in a variety of different genres.
High-energy acoustic music from the isle of Lewis in a folk-rock style.
Vocals, sax, pipes, guitars, stylistic humour, Irish lilt, calypso...brilliant!
Fiddler Sarah-Jane Summers combines with Norwegian singer Anne Sofie Valdal and guitarist Ewan MacPherson
Exciting blend of Nordic and Celtic music.
Robin Watson and Gordon Menzies have been together as Gaberlunzie since the early 1970s
Gently rocking orchestral settings.
Gary (accordionist with BoxClub) and singer-guitarist Ewan Robertson
Canadian Folk Music Award winners.
Founded in 1998, GiveWay are four sisters
Traditional tunes marry with the band's own offerings.
Celtic classics in breezy style on fiddle, guitar, mandolin.
Marc Pilley's songs counterpointed by guitars and piano, keyboards, bass and drums.
Traditional and modern Scottish music.
Two Scottish traditional musicians and two Indian classical musicians combine to produce a fusion of their musical cultures.
Jeana is from Orkney and plays fiddle, piano and sings. Siobhan from Pennicuik, Midlothian, sings.
Talented piper James teams up with Simon Crowe on drums.
Inspirational Instrumental playing and great interpreters of both Burns and traditional Scottish songs.
The best in the interpretation of contemporary folk song in the UK.
Lively and creative musical journey.
The JSD Band were one of the leading folk-rock bands of the seventies and have reformed.
Innovative, exceptionally skillful in arrangement and musicianship.
Simon Thoumire, Malcolm Stitt, Eilidh Shaw and Kevin Mackenzie.
Untamed Celtic-electro beat.
The re-formed the Ideal Band bringing together three of Scotland's most respected and experienced musicians.
With George Mackie on mandolin, tenor banjo, bodhran, whistles and vocals, and Alex Killin on guitar, bodhran and vocals.
Formerly known as Country Air, they are well known throughout central Scotland and the north.
Formerly known as the Keith Dickson Orchestra.
Contemporary folk group featuring Kris Drever, Aidan O'Rourke & Martin Green.
Fiddles, keys, guitars and percussion create a very danceable selection of sets in uplifting style.
Aberdeen based folk quartet following The Corries style of music.
Winners of the "Danny Kyle Award" at Celtic Connections 1999
Omnivorous jazzers playing original compositions.
Jazz-inflected klezmer and Balkan music from some of Scotlands finest musicians.
Pioneering the bringing together of traditional Gaelic vocalising with world grooves.
Scottish music in a whole new direction
Scotland's foremost gaelic rock band
Multi-talented duo of Saltfishforty.
Skerryvore are a west coast ceilidh band based in Glasgow. They initially formed under the name of Brois in August 2003 and travelled throughout the West coast of Scotland.
Anna-Wendy Stevenson and Angus Grant play fiddle, with Luke Plumb and Jamie Jauncey on mandolin and piano respectively.