The Gary Blair Celidh Band

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Reviews

JAMES BLACK

Just witnessed the best Ceilidh Band in Scotland!! Talk about lively ? You guys rocked the joint!  Thanks from me and my friends for a Belter of a night.....We will be back !

MARGARET-BARON-SMITH

 

"Dear Gary

I am writing to thank you for your band's wonderful entertainment at our silver wedding in Scone Palace. It was simply breathtaking and many of my guests were more than impressed. I will have no hesitation in booking you for our upcoming events. You have inspired me to take up an instrument ! Once again thank you to you and the Band, it really made us extremely happy XX "

SUSAN MILLEGAN ( CANCER RESEARCH)

 

"Now that things have settled down, we felt compelled to write to you to thank you and the members of your band for a great evenings entertainment at our fund raising ceilidh. The atmosphere you created was out of this world and I know every person there had a superb time....they are already clambering for tickets for the next one !! Thanks again....Susan Millegan ( cancer research )"

 

RON BENNETT ( UK ACCORDIONS.COM)

 "The finest and most professional Ceilidh Band that I have ever seen. This International Ceilidh Band, fronted by an amazing accordionist Gary Blair, who has been a UK Accordion Champion, is the finest toe-tapping UK Ceilidh Band. I saw them at the Grosvenor House Hotel London and the Spa Theatre Scarborough."

 

VLADIMIR USHAKOV ( INTERNATIONAL ACCORDION STAR)

" Fantastically Brilliant !!"

 

ROB HOWARD ( AUTHOR OF SEVERAL ACCORDION BOOKS)

"Having danced lots of times to the Gary Blair Ceilidh Band at accordion festivals, I can say without fear of contradiction that this band is the best in the business. Gary has the ability to turn any gig into New Year's Eve - whatever the time of year!"

 

 

KEITH BRUCE ( ARTS EDITOR THE HERALD SCOTLAND)

 "They are a rocket-fuelled take on tradition: strict-time snare drumming, and fiddle and box operating at maximum velocity and a massed jaw-drop at Blair's lightning-fingered version of Simon Jeffes's Music for a Found Harmonium"