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Old Seadogs Band

Festival Music ActsTailored 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.

All line-ups include male vocalists with the 5-piece adding a female voice. The Old Seadogs have played at: HMS Warrior; HMS Victory, HMS Collingwood; Hayling Island Sailing Club; HMS Sultan; Portsmouth Historic Dockyard; Fort Blockhouse; RAF Sailing Club; HMS Excellent.

Starting Prices

  • 3 – piece band – fiddle or concertina, guitar, and bass £350.00
  • 4 – piece band – fiddle or concertina, accordion, guitar, and bass £460.00
  • 5 – piece band – fiddle, accordion, guitar, bass, and female vocalist £575.00

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One Response to Old Seadogs Band

  1. Festival Music 22nd April 2015 at 6:55 am #

    “We were all delighted with the Old Sea Dogs last night: music at the start, gentle music during the meal, sing-along section, and then a varied and enjoyable dancing set at the end. I couldn’t have asked more from the team. Many thanks, and if and when the time comes again for more entertainers, I know where to come first.”

    Lieutenant Commander Tim Hutchins

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