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Bands in West Midlands

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*BAND VIDEO*  of concert performance (caller available for ceilidhs) - see  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cI_gPi5STBk This is a very professional 4 piece Ceili Band,excelling in Irish Ceili music,songs and dance. They are available as an Irish concert band (without caller).But,with their caller,can provide a very versatile night of dancing and...
Vastly experienced ceilidh band,with flexible line-up - 3 musicians  (from amongst accordion,fiddle,guitar,banjo or flute - depending on availability and client's wishes). The usual format is based around Roger's driving accordion  - which is usually accompanied by guitar and fiddle.But the banjo player is sometimes available if required,especially if the night i...
This ceilidh band can also be described as a folk-rock band,based in the West Midlands. The band comprises five  people with a wide range of musical tastes and experience, who take common delight in sharing their skills and enthusiasm with just about anyone who cares to listen. And can rev up the night with some live classic 'covers' songs delivered by Paul,...
Dave and Dave Both of these musicians still play in two entirely different and larger ceilidh bands.However,they first met up in a pub music session within sight of the Malvern Hills,clicked musically and started performing as a duo for concerts and ceilidhs when their commitments to their other bands allowed. While one plays either melodeon or Anglo concertina with equal dexterity,the o...
One of THE premier West Country Ceilidh bands. Renowned for playing infectious dance rhythms and melodic tunes alike.And......there's more !!.......if you prefer the night to be varied and include classic chart hits as well !!......Read on....... First of all,these superb musicians play an extensive selection of English, Irish, Scottish and European traditional music for dancing,with their own ...
One of THE premier West Country Ceilidh bands. Renowned for playing infectious dance rhythms and melodic tunes alike.And......there's more !!.......if you prefer the night to be varied and include classic chart hits as well !!......Read on....... First of all,these superb musicians play an extensive selection of English, Irish, Scottish and European traditional music for dancing,with their own ...
One of THE premier West Country Ceilidh bands. Renowned for playing infectious dance rhythms and melodic tunes alike. First of all,these superb musicians play an extensive selection of English, Irish, Scottish and European traditional music for dancing,with their own charismatic female caller 'Miss Dixie' leading beginners and experienced dancers alike. And,being great entertainers,the band...
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...
Vastly experienced ceilidh band,with flexible line-up - 5 musicians  (featuring accordion,fiddle,guitar,banjo and flute or snare drummer - subject  to  availability). The usual format is based around Roger's driving accordion┬  - which is usually┬ accompanied by guitar and fiddle.But the banjo player is sometimes avail...
Vastly experienced ceilidh band,with flexible line-up -4 musicians  (from amongst accordion,fiddle,guitar,banjo/flute or snare drummer - depending on availability and client's wishes). The usual format is based around Roger's driving accordion  - which is usually accompanied by guitar and fiddle.But the banjo player is sometimes available if r...

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