Gig Diary and Testimonials
Performing for Performers
Joint 21st Ceilidh
The stage was set in the Upper Hall at St Andrew's University for Iona and Jen's Joint 21st birthday party . . .
Having a (Volley)ball
DUVC Burns Supper
We were invited back for the 4th time, playing for DUVS. Fantastic crowd, as ever, empty seats all round . . .
Charity Fund raiser
This year the Guide Dogs for the Blind Society paired up with Dundee University Sign Language Society for their annual fund raiser ceilidh . . .
Beginning to Look Alot like Christmas
Rachel and Chloe's 21st
We like to imagine we made force 9 on the Richter scale in the little village of Muckhart. Its not often we are joined by Adam on the Bass, but when we are we tend to tear the roof off . . .
An Easy Anniversary to Remember
Charlotte and Kerris'
We didn't know what to expect on approaching Errol Park, its always a nice feeling when you find your new favourite venue. It also turns out Yorkshireman make pretty convincing Scots when bedecked in Kilts and Sashes . . .
21st at the Queen's
We always look forward to playing at the Queens, and not just for the free drink at the bar, usually there is a slice of birthday cake involved too! . . .
Opening night at the Cow Shed
Leah and Robbie's
We would highly recommend the recently opened Cow Shed at Crail, from our experience playing at various venues around Scotland it is truly one of the most unique, contemporary spaces in the country . . .
Wedding at Fingask
Michelle and Craig's
Often on choosing a tune for their first dance a wedding couple enjoy a particular version of their favourite song, so decide to play it on a cd/ipod. But Michelle and Craig requested a tailored version of Wagon's Wheel and it made such a difference . . .
A Night in Strathallan
Marco and Laura's Wedding
We had a lovely drive out to Strathallan, a remote Scottish Stately House in beautiful grounds. We had a very participatory audience who even got up to play some music with us at the end of the night . . .
Trip to Dalhally
Wilder than most 21st's, Lindsay sure knows how to throw a party. This fun gig was definitive proof that 'age aint nothin' but a nunber'! DJ Ally Bongo did a great job of keeping the crowd on their feet. . .
A Nightshift to Remember
Junior Doctors Ball
The Apex in Dundee is always a good venue to have a Ceilidh as the dance floor is much larger than those of other hotels in the area. This is the fourth or fith time we have played for medical students from Dundee Uni and the crowds keep getting better and better . . .
Alice in St Andrews
St Andrews University Postgraduate Society
Magical night in Younger Hall, St Andrews playing at the Wonderland Ball for St Andrews Postgraduate Society. Definitely the biggest and most impressive stage we have played on yet, So much time and effort was put into the night and it certainly paid off . . .