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postheadericon Maintenance

Hi Folks!..

Gary’s site is undergoing a wee bit of work – It will be fully back and better within a few hours!


postheadericon BBC Sports Column

I have been asked by the BBC to supply a weekly column/blog for the BBC Sport Scotland website. This is a fantastic opportunity for Shinty to get some national weekly coverage, so please have a read and you can leave your comments on the relating topics and subjects if ya fancy.

Gary 🙂

postheadericon Sports Weekly

Preview of the 2010 Shinty season with John Beattie.

Saturday 6th March 2010, BBC Radio Scotland, 9am, 92-95fm 810mv

postheadericon Trans World Sport

An interview with Trans World Sports on my life, music, and shinty.

Wednesday 3rd March 5pm Sky Sports 4
Thursday 4th March 1am 10am 1pm Sky Sports 3
Friday 5th March 12pm Sky Sports 4
Saturday 6th March 6am Sky Sports 4

postheadericon Trans World Sport

I would like to thank Bettina and John from Trans World Sport for a great couple of days filming. The show I believe will go out next month sometime and to also 80 other countries Worldwide. T.W.S is the longest serving sports programme in the World and is currently in it’s 23rd year.

Hopefully it will make 24 after the bollocks that I was talking 🙂

The programme gets aired on

Wednesday 3rd March 5pm Sky Sports 4
Thursday 4th March 1am 10am 1pm Sky Sports 3
Friday 5th March 12pm Sky Sports 4
Saturday 6th March 6am Sky Sports 4

postheadericon The Leanne Fund

I am delighted to have been asked as an ambassador for the Leanne Fund. The Leanne Fund is a charity which provides funding for special treats for Cystic Fibrosis sufferers in the Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland.

You can donate or even help and be involved with The Leanne Fund by clicking on the link below for more details.

The Leanne Fund

postheadericon What a start

Well what a great start to the year so far. A few days in Morocco then back to Shanghai and Kazakhstan for 3 weeks.

A huge thank you to Carole and Jodie from the Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai for another unforgettable trip. We stayed and played in the Grand Hyatt 6* hotel, voted last years 2nd best business hotel in the World. With the lobby on the 53rd floor and our bedrooms on the 73rd, It was quite an experience.

A massive thank you as always to Andy MacKinnon, Neil Brody and all the lads and lassies in KZ. This year saw us all fly over to Aktau and Atyrau. The final figure is not in for the money raised but if it’s anything like previous years it will be $100,000 region for both.

Can’t thank you all enough for your hard work and the opportunity to perform in such an undiscovered country to raise money for the orphans.

Gary 🙂

postheadericon Happy New Year


We brought the bells in again this year with the only street party to last the Highlands weather, in Drumnadrochit. A fantastic night and thank you very much for everyone who supported the event, withstood the cold, to the committee, and a huge thank you must go to Dola for organizing this fantastic Hogmanay from our end.

2009 was a another brilliant year for myself with amazing trips, concerts and festivals World wide. An up and down season with the shinty with injury and travels, but with a Camanachd winners medal and appointed Scotland captain, it certainly wasn’t the worst season I’ve had.

Ewan and myself releasing the new album “Shouts” was a wee highlight for the year. It was great having an album to support our music after a 4 year break from “How’s the Craic” and a huge thanks to everyone that has since bought the album.

I hope 2010 will be a fantastic year for you, and thank everyone of you for your continued support. I hope we get a blether and a bit of craic soon.

I have a few exciting projects in the pipeline so watch this space.

All the best, till we get the drams in.

Gary 🙂

postheadericon Celtic Radio

Iain Anderson in Conversation Professor Grant Jarvie and Gary Innes

Monday 18th January 2010, 12.30pm

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall : Exhibition Hall

Professor Grant Jarvie and Gary Innes discuss sport, health and the Nation.

To buy a ticket and be part of the audience click HERE

postheadericon Duan Nollaig

STV, 11.30pm, Wednesday 23rd December 09

Gaelic Christmas songs performed by Fiona MacKenzie. Filmed in St Andrews in the Square, Glasgow.