you are interested in booking the band, or would like more
information, please contact us via:
phone: David on 01434 607432.
Due to the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic, we sadly do not
anticipate being able to play for ceilidhs during the remainder
We are still happy to accept bookings on provisional basis: contact us if you would like to discuss a booking.
Frequently Asked Questions
For more information about ceilidhs, how they work, what events
suitable for and advice on venues, please see advice
Do the band provide their
For most bookings we will provide our own PA. All equipment is PAT
tested and the band have £10m public liability insurance as members of
The Musician's Union. All we need is
one ordinary 13A socket.
Do the band always come with
Yes, unless you'd rather provide your own. Our regular caller, Joey, is
very experienced at working with many different types of audiences at a
wide range of events. However, we're always happy to work with new
How long do you play for?
Normally we're happy to play for ceilidhs for up to four hours, with a
break in the middle if its more than two hours or so. It's worth
remembering that ceilidhs aren't as intense as other kinds of live
music and dance: the dances take time to explain, and people generally
want a rest after a couple of dances. This means they last longer! An
hour is about the shortest amount of time for which it's worth booking
Can we hear you play before
if you would like to hear and see the band play before booking. Although many of our bookings are private parties, we can often
arrange for you to call in on them for a few minutes to see the band in action.
We don't have a published recording: ceilidh dance music is best heard
live! The audience (and caller) are an essential part of every ceilidh,
and it is therefore impossible to capture the live, spontaenous feel of
a ceilidh in a recording.
However, if you're not sure exactly what sort of music we play, a good example is available here.
You can also read a few things people have said about the band here.