More Scottish wedding band recommendations.

Our continuing expansion UK wide has not stopped us recruiting in Scotland, that continues apace. However here’s a few of our perennial favourites in the Scottish wedding bands section:

Corra (pictured above) started life as a Celtic band in 2004 and over the years have evolved into an all encompassing ensemble playing a wide repertoire of soul, funk, rock n roll, disco and contemporary pop tunes without losing their traditional Celtic/Ceilidh roots. This hugely talented band is comprised of some of the countries’ best musicians and vocal performers and can seamlessly switch between all of the above genres keeping your guests on their toes as well as their feet…

The Cover Ups  are a fantastic wedding and function band, perfect for any event. Jamie, the lead vocalist is a superb singer and guitarist who brings a huge amount of energy to every performance while Stuart, who makes all the backing tracks from scratch is an excellent musician who plays either live bass guitar and keys depending on the song. The band also provide a ceilidh option.

Jim Jam Ceilidh band  are one of the most lively and versatile bands on the ceilidh scene. Each player is a multi-instrumentalist, giving a unique and dynamic combination of fiddle, pipes, guitar, whistle, piano, drums and voice.

The Love Pirates are a lively and dynamic band, specialising in filling dance-floors and keeping toes tapping with their carefully selected repertoire, ranging from the ‘50s right up to present day. A 4 piece group with a huge sound, TLP are equally adept at making the most of small rooms as they are getting the best from larger venues. Their line-up includes the classic drums/bass/guitar rhythm section, with the addition of saxophone and harmonica, topped off with luscious 3 part vocal harmonies.



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