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

Bands in Central England

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Primarily a 4 piece band, this ceilidh band will also perform as a duo (plus their caller) for the smaller occasions where space and/or budget are a consideration - but the music won't suffer as you can tell from their impressive pedigree below,offering a wealth of music from all over the British Isles and beyond with their Eastern European and Klesmer music influences VIOLIN Caroline wo...
Usually, this lively, energetic band perform as a 4 piece with their own regular caller. However, sometimes during the quieter months (and to help with budget purposes) they can perform as a 3 piece plus their caller.  The band are based in the Worcs area but travel throughout th...
This Ceilidh band includes musicians who draw from the huge repertoire of popular folk music from the UK as well as other countries...............like Ireland,for example.............. But they are very experienced at providing the popular music and dances for barn dances where plenty of fun is the ticket. However,their extensive repertoire of music (and song) is always well received on St ...
Exciting fiddle music and classy rhythmic guitar work with a solid percussive bass - spot on music for dancers ! This compact trio (plus their caller) also perform as part of their larger band (Band Ref OCJ4) but where,perhaps,the budget or size of the event is a consideration Jon and Al and Mike the Thump will s...
Based around the Bristol area,this extremely accomplished duo can play a vast,exciting array of styles covering Scottish,American and Irish as well as music from the jazz and more classical genres. For Ceilidhs and Barn Dances,the duo also bring their caller to guide people through the dances whilst the duo really set the place humming with their own high quality dance music. They can also be bo...
Based in South Wales - but they've got a Sat-Nav ! Originally,this ceilidh band (or Twmpath band) "happened" together in January 1993 when a string of old acquaintances had each received an invitation to the same wedding party. When this fact was realised, the idea was mooted to hold a few practices and stage a short ceilidh by way of a wedding present... The dance was a huge success, t...
A complete energetic and entertaining duo who offer a complete and very cost effective solution to entertainment at your barn dance or ceilidh. George acts as caller whilst also playing accordion (and vocals) with Helen on fiddle, vocals (and callers' assistant ! ) George's relaxed and humorous approach will have even novices dancing and having fun in no time at all, and this very compact band of...
This well established 4 piece ceilidh band from South Gloucestershire has a really fine array of music and instrumentation, comprising  melodeon, mandolin, fiddle, and guitar. The music is lively and very danceable, appealing to novices and experienced ceilidh dancers, drawing on the traditions of the British Isles, America but with a definite leaning towards Irish music. The ba...
A unique blend of:Hot, spicy dance music from the swamps of Louisiana...Exciting Appalachian fiddle....Fifties, sixties and seventies rock....Wild Irish jigs n reels....Songs and vocals (in French and English).....and much more!! The band are all experienced musicians, having played with various other bands over the years - but this is different!! Serious musicians with a great sen...
Exciting fiddle music and classy rhythmic guitar work - spot on music for dancers ! This compact duo (plus their caller) also perform as part of their larger band (Band Ref OCJ4) but where,perhaps,the budget or size of the event is a consideration Jon and Al will still be able to provide rich entertainment and music together with their regular caller,includin...

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