The BT Trio Ceilidh Band / Barn Dance Band ref: 4456.1
The BT Trio regularly play ceilidhs with Tim calling the dances and playing percussion/brass, Nina playing piano with equal dexterity (and enchanting you with her voice on occasions) and Simon on melodeon!.
If you are looking for a band for a fund-raising event or wishing for a slightly more informal evening for the smaller relaxed night, this may well be your answer when considering 'live' music for your ceilidh or barn dance - especially if you would like the kids involved as well !.
The band is also available as a Quartet.
|Birthday party||Just wanted to let you know that the band was terrific - they suited us down to the ground (or dance floor).|
|Birthday party||There were considerable comments on how the music “made” the evening and how they hadn’t laughed so much in ages – I think that related to “stripping the willow” – so please pass our thanks to the three musicians.|
|Village social||Just to let you know theTrio was superb. Tim could not have been more obliging by organizing that they start half an hour later. They accommodated our every need by playing quietly whilst we had our supper and gauged just what we needed for our dances. Their range of music and sound is excellent. And having proposed the idea of music and dancing at our social it was a relief for me that it went down so well. I think they were thanked and praised by many on the night but please let them know I could not have made a better choice for our party.|
|Village Barn Dance||Thank you for making our evening such a success everyone commented on what a great band you were. The evening was a great success with good music and dance. We can very much recommend this band to have a great night.|
|Annual Conference||The Barn Dance went down extremely well, with many very positive remarks for Tim and the Band – I would not think that the Oddfellows were the easiest audience the band have played for, and yet they managed to get everybody on the floor during the evening with comments on the high quality of the bands performance and how enjoyable the evening had been – including, “how the hell does he manage to play drums, trumpet and call in such a seamless way”.|