Specialist organisers of barn dance bands, ceilidh bands and folk/dance/concert groups throughout the UK

Bands in South East England

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This ceilidh band is very fast gaining a national reputation as one of THE up and coming bright bands whose music,whilst traditionally based,seems to step up the gears as the band becomes larger. Elsewhere on our site,you can find the compact  trio (Ref BNT) - ideal where maybe space or budget are prime considerations. But this fuller band is designed with the fuller sound i...
Based around Chelmsford,Essex,this is a well established,exciting ceilidh / barn dance band, featuring a dynamic front line of fiddle and accordion accompanied by guitar (plus their caller of course) ...
Talk about young,gifted and........young !! (Ggrrrr..) First there's Simon (melodeon) and Nina (piano)....Simon has been a leading musician, well-known throughout the 'folk dance/music' and Roots music world whilst Nina (as well as being an accomplished pianist and vocalist) also has a background in jazz music. And then,to complete the trio... there's TIm.............loosely des...
This extremely popular ceilidh band was founded in 1996 by Mick Bailey and grew out of the vibrant North London Traditional Music scene. Mick carefully selected the band members for outstanding ability on their individual instruments and as a bunch of good friends.They have built a reputation as a highly entertaining, professional and talented ceilidh band performing at parties, festivals, pubs, c...
This Ceilidh Band has a line up of violin, accordion and guitar and their repertoire crosses many musical styles whilst maintaining a traditional sound.  In fact,they produce an amazingly full sound as three musicians. The violin takes the lead whilst the accordionist's right keyboard plays chords and harmony parts. The accordionist's left hand buttons give a rich deep bass. The guitar blen...
This Ceilidh Band has a core line up of violin, accordion and guitar augmented by either drums or keyboards (subject to availability) and their repertoire crosses many musical styles whilst maintaining a traditional sound.  Though they produce an amazingly full sound as three musicians,the extra dimension of a fourth musician gives a really big band sound. The violin takes the lead whilst...
This 5 piece band wanted to put together a compelling concert and ceilidh band with an eclectic feel - and since launching at Towersey Folk Festival 2000,they have played a wide range of festivals, dances,concerts and,of course,prestigious private events. Infused with blues,soul, jazz and Latin influences, the band draws traditional and original material into inventive arrangements to get...
This ceilidh band have played together since the early 1990's,bringing together their experience of all kinds of folk,dance and related music to barn dances.The band usually appear as a 4/5 piece line-up (plus caller/musician,Vic) from the members below. When their bass player left them in 1998 they were fortunate to get Dave  to replace him and at the same time gain a second fiddle player,Ben....
Andy - bass guitars, acoustic guitar, mandolin, bouzouki and fiddle Andy - anglo concertinas and one-row melodeon Caroline - fiddle Dave  - melodeons Tom - electric and acoustic guitars, keyboards Well, what have we here? Whoosh! If you want to get up the next morning - better not book 'em! This i...
Back in 1989,this ceilidh band originally formed as the perfect antidote to some of the stiff-starchy Country-dance bands of the time.They set out to be a a band playing traditional English music that rocked (rather than just being another 'Folk-Rock' band).After some line-up changes,the band finally hit the festival scene - within a very short time they were one of the most sought-after ceilidh b...

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