The ML Ceilidh/ Barn Dance Band ref: 4375
This ceilidh band was originally formed in 1992 and developed over the years playing Celtic music - mainly Irish and Scottish - for ceilidhs and barn dances at all sorts of parties and wedding receptions. The band's strength lies in its flexibility, playing a mix of jigs, reels, marches, polkas, waltzes etc - plus vocals and songs from the folk tradition.
The band works with several excellent callers at ceilidhs and their music is well arranged and delivered through their high quality sound system.They have appeared regularly at several of the the festivals in the south of England. Line up is accordion, guitar/whistles, guitar/bass guitar and fiddle.
This celtic band, specialise in ceilidhs (with their own caller), traditional and contemporary Irish and Scottish music and songs.
|Oliver - after his wedding to Lucy||"Thank you so much for a genuinely unforgettable night. I'll never, ever forget it!"|
|Keith, Masonic Lodge Family Social||"Many thanks for providing such a fantastic evening last night. Everyone has been passing wonderful comments about the success of the evening which mainly fell to all of you. I was extremely surprised at the level of participation that you achieved - this added to the atmosphere and wherever I looked in the Hall, I saw happy smiling faces.... I am sure that the evening will be long remembered and talked about by the Lodge members !!;|
|Saffron, Wedding Ceilidh;||"Thank you for an amazing Ceilidh last Saturday. Your were all amazing, there was great energy in the room and a lot of fun had by all. THANK YOU|
|Lois and Steve, wedding ceilidh||"We had an amazing day and so many people said how much they enjoyed the dancing - you guys were/are fantastic!"|
|Guest, Susan's Birthday Barn Dance||" Great evening, great band, great dancing, great company.In fact everything was GREAT!"|
|Your band is wonderful and there have been very many compliments from my party guests. I had a fantastic evening…. and I know that this was in part due to the music and organisation of the barn dance.’’|