Welcome to The Grand Boys website.

The Grand Boys have re-grouped!  After a long break from performing the band have got back together and are planning to play gigs again to raise funds for worthy causes.  We welcome back Adrian Robertson, John Hamilton, Liam Kelly, Bobby Kelly and Allan Stewart and myself John Griffin.  We are back practising very hard and have a gig coming up in The Johnstone Arms in Alva on Saturday 17th March 2018 at a special St Patrick’s day celebration.  Come along and join in the fun.

We were founded in 1990 to raise funds charitable causes. We have raised around £400,000. We play our own brand of Irish/Scottish folk and country. We are available for bookings! Parties, special occasions, pubs and clubs we will guarantee you a great night.

We have performed all over Scotland and some cities in England.

This year we played three gigs in the south of Italy and went down really well.

We also have a charity furniture recycling shop.

In 2004 we became World Record Holders for the Longest Concert by playing continuously for nearly 43hrs.! Our photo reached the Guinness Book of Records.

Latest Grand Boys News

Grand Boys Hand Over £6000 in 2011

The Grand Boys handed over this large sum on 3rd December 2011 at our charity shop in Bannockburn. Although it was a tough year for everyone financially we still managed to buck the trend and donate a considerable amount to various charities and worthy causes. A big thanks goes to all the volunteers in the […]

Alec Ogilvie

A special mention for Alec Ogilvie from Bannockburn who has been a volunteer at the shop for nearly four years and has decided to call it a day. I would like to thank him for giving his time and helping to raise funds . He is a spritely 80 year old and says he is […]

Grand Boys Successful Trip to Italy

The Grand Boys travelled to Italy in July/August this year and played three very successful gigs in Torre Santa Suzanna near Brindisi in the very south of the country. With temperatures in the high thirty’s it was difficult wearing those kilts! We were in the heart of the working class Italians with vineyards and olive […]