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Nackytoosh Ceilidh Band *Ceilidh*

Based in: Fife, Central, Scotland,
Style: Ceilidh
Typical line-up: 4-piece / Accordion, Guitar, Bass, Drums
Recordings: 4 Track demo CD available from the band ()
Contact: Nackytoosh
Tel: 01333 350148
Email: info@nackytoosh.co.uk
Web page: www.nackytoosh.co.uk

We are a four-piece ceilidh band based in Fife specialising in Scottish ceilidh dance music with a fresh and modern sound. We travel anywhere to play for ceilidh dances, functions and weddings where a good-going ceilidh is required! For more information or to discuss your own event/function please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Information supplied by Colin Thomson.

Neil Barron *SCD*

Based in: Wetherby, Yorkshire
Style: Scottish Country
Typical line-up: 2 accordions, fiddle, drums, keyboard and double bass.
Recordings: Highlander Music Scottish Dances Vol 2: HRMCD502 (1996)
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Contact: Neil Barron
Tradition and quality have always been synonymous with the products of Scotland, and these attributes distinguish one of our most popular "exports", the music of Neil Barron and his band. Since its formation in 1983, as well as playing throughout the UK, the band has been the regular guest of the St. Andrew's Societies of Singapore, Hong Kong, Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur! The tradition of the music is upheld by Neil's arrangements and compositions, and its quality is accented by the superb musicianship of the band, whose skills are gratefully acknowledged by Neil.

Description by Highlander music.

Information supplied by Ian Brockbank (ian@scottishdance.net).

Neil MacEachern *Ceilidh* *Old Tyme*

Based in: Stirlingshire, Central, Scotland,
Style: Ceilidh, Old Tyme
Typical line-up: Accordion, Fiddle, Keyboard, Drums
Recordings: From the banks of Loch Lomond ()
Contact: Neil MacEachern
Tel: 01786 870803
Email: neil@maceachern.fsworld.co.uk

We have been at the forefront of the Scottish music scene as a working band for the last eighteen years, playing across the country, but mainly in the central belt. We do old time dances, ceilidh dances, weddings and other functions. We are comfortable in any company and are at ease calling dances. We have recorded regularly for the BBC over the last 15 years,and are reliable and professional in our approach and attitude to all engagements.

Information supplied by Neil MacEachern.

Ceilidh Experience Band (Norman Mackay) *Ceilidh* *Ceilidh/disco combination

Based in: Edinburgh, South-east, Scotland,
Style: Ceilidh, Ceilidh/disco combination
Typical line-up: Button accordion,fiddler/caller,drum kit. Four piece line up has extra fiddle or accordion. Duo also available.
Recordings:
Contact: Norman Mackay
Tel (mobile): 07816 144605
Email: info@ceilidhexperience.com
Web page: www.ceilidhexperience.com

The ceilidh experience was originally formed in 2002 when established musicians Norman Mackay and Carrie Thomas started gigging as an accordion/fiddle duo. They were joined the following year by Edinburgh based funk/rock drummer Billy Oke. They now perform regularly at ceilidhs all over the country. The four piece usually includes young traditional musician of the year finalist 2005 fiddler Mike Vass or Skye piano box wizard Archie Macfarlane from the renowned Archie and farquhar duo.

Quotes:

"Mackay is one of Scotlands best accordionists!" (The List) "This ceilidh crew will blow your socks off!" (Loudon Temple)

Information supplied by Norman Mackay.

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