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Annasach Ceilidh Band - Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band | Scotland

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Country: United Kingdom
Based In: Scotland
Performs: Worldwide
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Annasach are an experienced and reliable Ceilidh Band with a professional attitude who will give 100% no matter how large or small the occasion.
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Annasach has been playing for ceilidhs, parties, birthdays, folk festivals and weddings since 1990 throughout Scotland, as well as UK, Ireland, Guernsey, Netherlands, France, Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Switzerland, Sweden and USA. We have a solid reputation, providing an energetic vibrant sound to entertain your guests.
We have a dedicated dance caller, Tricia (probably the most important member of the band!), who has years of experience and is guaranteed to calm any nerves and make sure that everyone enjoys themselves. She will also act as compare and announce the bride and groom onto the ...

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Annasach Ceilidh Band - Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band The Counting House, Edinburgh 21st October 2016
Annasach played our wedding and despite having a bunch of amateurs attempting it they kept their spirits up. I honestly couldn't have hoped for a nicer, better, happier band to break the ice between two cultures. Would definitely book you all again and recommend you. Thank you so much again for making our evening special :)
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Wedding Reception Entertainment Birthday Party Entertainment Private Parties Corporate Events Cocktail Receptions Christening Entertainment Product Launches Trade Shows Christmas Party Events Bar Mitzvah Bat Mitzvah Gala Dinners Jewish Weddings After Dinner Entertainment.

Additional Information

Our quoted fee includes –
• Three piece band of fiddle, piano and bass.
• A dedicated, experienced dance “caller”.
• Fully PAT (Portable Appliance Testing) tested PA system and lighting.
• Public Liability Insurance.
• All travel expenses to your venue (plus overnight accommodation where applicable).

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Here & There (CD)

Annasach's new album is now available to purchase and download!  You can also buy the album on CD from our shop.  We hope you enjoy this selection of tunes and songs put together in celebration of one of our busiest years.  We truly have been "Here & There"!

£10 (+£2 P&P)
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