Check out this brilliant article…and book Paddy’s Whiskers for your wedding ceilidh or barn dance…we think we are the best in the west…..
In December Paddy’s Whiskers played a wedding ceilidh for Grace and Ben in Sidmouth, Devon. They’d both been at a wedding we’d played a couple of years earlier and were kind enough to book us to play for their big day too.
Early in January they dropped us an email with some lovely feedback:
“Now that Christmas is out of the way, wedding gifts are unwrapped and we are settling in to married life I have finally got round to contacting all of those that helped us make our day so wonderful.
We wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed having you at our wedding. The Ceilidh was just the best fun, I managed to take a little moment and watch all of our guests get stuck in and have THE biggest smiles on their faces. Our personal highlight of all of the dances was the last one “heel toe heel toe and sliiiide” will stay with us forever.
Thank you so much!
Feel free to add this as a testimonial on your website. We hope we see you at another friends wedding, we will of course say hi!
All the best for 2018!
Grace & Ben”
Thank you so much for choosing Paddy’s Whiskers to play for you….we had a really great night….
Andrew, Jules and Blake (from Paddy’s Whiskers) together with long term friend and musical collaborator Sorrel, were lucky enough to be invited to play a ceilidh for an amazing group of people in the mountains of Southern Spain on Boxing Day 2017….we had a great team of callers for the day – thanks to Bates, Lesley, and Huw…..We’ll be back in the region soon so if you would like to book a ceilidh, barn dance or kicking band playing upbeat contemporary Irish, Celtic and American folk music – for your wedding, party, bar or festival – give us a ring on 0044 (0)7514064558 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew and Jules from Paddy’s Whiskers were recently invited to play music for a BBC1 TV series at Powderham Castle, Devon….blink and you’ll miss us but here we are playing for the party at the end of the recent Mary Berry series (scroll to 56:20 to see us in action): Paddy’s Whiskers on BBC1