"Over the past 8 years The Vatersay Boys have been creating a stir of madness and mayhem throughout the Western Isles and much further afield. Hailing from the Island of Vatersay, the most southerly populated isle of the Outer Hebrides, Scotland, with a rising population of under 100, The Vatersay Boys are now well and truly established in the Celtic and Gaidhealtachd music scene. As a five-piece band , with Accordians, pipes, whistles, and guitar the energy-laden Vatersay Boys demonstrate their unique blend of Highland music. The 'Boys' were nominated in the 2006 Scottish Traditional Music Awards in the Best Live Band category which indicates the magic they can perform onstage.This high-spirited Gaelic dance music group fronted by Michael Campbell of Vatersay (accordion) and Donnie MacNeil of Barra (drums) have gathered a fan-base for their rough, raw, no Bullsh*t set of ceilidh dances which has seen them play to sell-out gigs at the Barrowlands in Glasgow and being amongst the top highlights of not only the Belladrum Festival near Inverness but also the Loopallu Festival in Ullapool over the last couple of years. " Vatersay has been for decades the most southerly inhabited island of Scotland's Western Isles.