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Recent review: Excellent from start to finish. We couldn’t have asked for more. Lots of people said they did dances they had never done before but it didn’t stop them trying! The music and pace was perfectly matched to our party and the people there. Many thanks!
About: The Morgan Lee Band is a six piece Glasgow-based group. The line-up is Anne Morgan (fiddle, viola, backing vocals); Hugh Lee (lead vocals, mandolin, bouzouki, fiddle, harmonica & whistles); Emma Joyce (lead vocals, accoustic guitar); Tony Llewelyn (accoustic & resonator guitars, backing vocals) and
About: We are the Iron Broo Ceilidh Band. A well known Aberdeen based Ceilidh band with reputation as one of the liveliest and fun Ceilidh Bands on the traditional Scottish music scene. We've played throughout Scotland and abroad for 2 decades. Our very special lively blend of traditional Scottish Ceilidh
Recent review: Stomping Boondocks were a pleasure to work with and all of our guests were raving about them. Three guests wanted the band's details and were inspired to think about planning their own ceilidh fundraisers. We had such a fun evening. Thank you!
About: London's Premier Celtic Covers Band - Since 2007 - (Ceilidh/Reeling/Klezmar/Pop/Rock). Presenting that BIG cool Celtic sound, bursting with energy, feature multi-award winning musicians. Our powerful horn section, burning grooves and rich melodies hit you hard and keep you dancing all night. Perf
About: The Dun Reels are an exciting modern Ceilidh and Covers function band based in London performing Ceilidh/Pop/Rock for all events. The professional full time musicians in The Dun Reels have a wealth of experience performing all over the UK. They have performed at events from the Edinburgh military Ta
Recent review: We were delighted with Amycrofters, whom we had booked to play music (inluding Scottish country Dance tunes) at the wedding of Michael Paice and Vicky Newton. (Michael is Margaret's son.) There was to be no dancing - the music was to entertain guests during the period after the marriage ceremony w