The FE Ceilidh band are a lively four-piece band consisting of three fiddles and piano. Two of the band have been playing together for over 25 years and have extensive experience of playing for dancing at all types of events, including dance clubs, weddings, reel parties, conferences, Burns nights, corporate entertainment, concerts, shindigs, knees-ups, hogmanay and hootenannys! Tabitha's Fiddle are a lively 3 piece band plus caller , hailing from the North of England. Great for weddings, corporate entertainment, fundraisers, family gatherings and more.
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Here are some thumbnails of favourite pictures taken from our photo gallery :. The Angels of the North are one of the Northeast's best-loved ceilidh bands. Our repertoire includes well-known songs, tunes and dances from Northumbria, Ireland, Scotland, Southern England and further afield. We have been playing together, mostly in Newcastle, Northumberland and County Durham for over a quater of a centurary. We are pleased to play for weddings, anniversaries or any gathering that needs music and dancing. Our aim is turn your event into a celebration.
This page is intended to help starting off a disco playlist with some really good tunes to get everyone dancing after the Ceilidh. Ceilidh Knights are one of the North East leading professional and fun ceilidh bands. The ceilidh band was formed in the North East in when Gordon the caller relocated here from Scotland where he had been running Ceilidhs since the late s.