The CM Ceilidh / Barndance Band ref: 6316
Join this band for an evening of foot stomping jigs & reels, calming graceful aires and their own compositions. This four-piece band play a collection of plucked, strummed and bowed instruments, with strings, recorders, accordion, flute and drums: their drummer calls the dances.
The band can bring quieter music to a wedding breakfast or dinner and an exciting fun packed ceilidh and barn dance to your event. The CM Ceilidh Band are available for weddings, celebrations, corporate and fundraising events. They can also play music to listen to during the meal or drinks reception and meal, if required (at extra cost).
|St Patrick's event||"I just wanted to write you and your team a note to thank you all for the entertainment you provided on Saturday evening. General consensus is that we all had a great time. We really enjoyed the dancing and the music and for the first time in a long time it was as though the hall had become alive again. I am sure that we shall meet again in the next season of fixtures.....Once again thank you all for a lovely evening."|
|Wedding||"I just wanted to say a massive thank you for making our wedding party such a wonderful evening, so many people have said it was the best wedding they have ever been to because it was just so much fun. Most of them had never been to a ceilidh and were pretty sceptical to say the least, but even the most shy (and frankly usually fairly grumpy) people were up dancing all night. You guys definitely gave the night the most fantastic atmosphere and everyone loved it! "|
|40th Birthday||A little note to say a huge thank you for performing at my 40th. From your demo tracks I knew you were good, in reality you far surpassed my expectations. Genuinely from the bottom of my heart. Thank you for making the event so memorable.|
|Wedding||"We just want to say a massive thank you to you and your band for playing on Wednesday. We and our guests thoroughly enjoyed it. You are all very talented and helped made our day very special. Kind regards, Matthew and Helena."|