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Festival Music Acts

Squinty McGinty’s Band

Squinty McGinty’s Band have built a reputation for lively and enjoyable performances at barn dances, wedding receptions, ceilidhs, St Patrick’s nights, Burn’s nights, Trafalgar nights and similar events over the last ten years or so. Squinty McGinty’s are either a four piece band comprising Fiddle, Guitar, Bass and Accordion, or a five piece including a lady singer.

For most events they also include a caller to lead the dancing and guide the audience through the steps before and during each dance.… Read the rest

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Festival Music Acts

Old Seadogs Band

Tailored specifically for fun nights with a nautical flavour, the Old Sea Dogs go down a storm with military messes and ward rooms, sailing clubs, yachting associations, evening harbour cruises and the like.

A three to five piece ensemble, the Old Sea Dogs have a salty repertoire of songs and tunes ranging from traditional sea shanties such as “A-Roving” and “Blow the Man Down” to numbers like “Hearts of Oak” and “Rule Britannia” which are bursting with naval pride.… Read the rest

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Andsome Cabin Buoys

‘Shep Woolley’s ‘Ansome Cabin Buoys

Possibly the liveliest Shanty band in the UK. With a repertoire as wide as any ocean. Sea Shanties, Jigs & Reels, Rock ’n’ Roll & a little drop of Country too, in-fact just about anything an audience who is looking for a good time would require…. The Beatles to Dylan – Drunken Sailors to Da Do Ron Ron.

Regular providers of entertainment aboard HMS WARRIOR in Portsmouth Historical Dockyard, they are in regular demand for gigs on Cruises, Hotels, Oilrigs, Festivals, Theatres, Clubs, & Private Functions.… Read the rest

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