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Bands in East Midlands

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These guys are part of the larger band Ref OCJ3 or OCJ4.However,sometimes room available or budget may be major considerations and this duo (plus their caller,of course) may be just the ticket - lively dance music and song entertainment between the dances Usually comprises accordion/vocals and fiddle with the dancing led by their separate caller (completing the trio).Subject to availability,t...
For your Hoedown or Barn Dance in East Anglia, here are 4 very experienced musicians from Norfolk - comprising fiddle, guitar, bass, mandolin/banjo.......and one of the band also calls the dances! The band also includes vocalist for some song entertainment whilst dancers are taking a breather. Though the band's own preference these days leans towards American Hoedown style and country music, their...
Now here's a 3 piece ceili band who perform primarily Irish music and songs ! As well as dance music ! And they can perform for concerts (without a caller) ! But they also include any good songs and tunes from Scotland, England, America, and anywhere else┬ where good music can be found! Tommy,the singer,is so Irish he was born in Scotland ...
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...
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,...
This trio (plus a caller),generally comprise saxophone,piano and drums and are somewhat different to most 3 piece ceilidh bands ! Wot ?? No fiddle ? No squeezebox ? You joking ? Well.....no,we're not ! Have a listen to the sample music - or ask for further samples ! Whilst their music is firmly rooted in the traditions of the British Isles (mainly English with a hint of the Gaelic nations),yo...
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...
a 4 piece ceilidh band based in Cambridge who play lively traditional English folk music, with some Irish, Scottish, French and American influences. Very versatile - and just have a look at how many different instruments they play.........hhmmmm...cello !! fiddle, hurdy-gurdy,flute, piccolo, recorder,melodeon, concertina, cello,electric piano, concertina

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