Scotland’s Runrig were formed in 1973 like a trio by Rory MacDonald, Calum MacDonald, and Blair Douglas, adding Donnie Munro another year. Douglas stop and was changed by Robert MacDonald, who passed away of tumor in 1986. The music group went through several lineup adjustments before buying the MacDonalds, Munro, Peter Wishart, Iain Bayne, and Malcolm Jones — Canadian vocalist Bruce Guthro changed Munro in 1999. Runrig play a edition of traditional Scottish folk music with a far more anthemic rock audio; they’re known for satisfaction in their history and their spirited energy. The music group offers released over twelve studio room albums, including Play Gaelic (1978), Heartland (1985), The Cutter as well as the Clan (1987), Amazing Issues (1993), The Stamping Floor (2001), and ALL YOU Discover (2007). While popular in Britain, they stay mainly a cult music group in the us, with followers within the Celtic and folk arenas.