10 Tracks: Yarra Wine Valley * The Road To Lochaber * The Caman Man * Crazy Street * May Life Always Be Peachy * The Highland Obama * Zara * Loch Arkaig * Grace And Pride * Our Heroes.

A much anticipated second solo album release from West Highland accordion maestro Gary Innes.

He is one of the founding members of Scottish award-winning celtic supergroup Manran.

Gary co-produced the album with guitar and piping sensation, Ali Hutton, who also performed on the album.

ERA includes three self-penned songs which all carry very different stories, sung by Robert Robertson, Alec Dalglish and Siobhan Miller.

Gary released his first solo album, How's the Craic back in 2005 and has since released multiple collaborative albums.

Over recent years he has toured in China, Malaysia, the USA, the Middle East and Kazakhstan, among other exotic destinations, but between times he's just as busy playing rural village halls and remote island festivals back home, from Acharacle to Achiltibuie, Shetland to Skye.

Gary is no stranger to the world of traditional music and as the newly appointed BBC Radio Scotland presenter for the iconic music show, 'Take the Floor' Innes is becoming further ingratiated into the Scottish music scene.

Gary Onnes (accordion), Ali Hutton (guitars), Hamish Napier (keyboard), Duncan Lyall (bass), Jarlath Henderson (Uilleann Pipes), Steve Byrnes (drum kit), Ewen Henderson (fiddle), Robert Robertson (vocals), Alec Dalglish (vocals), Siobhan Miller (vocals).

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