Thank you for playing for Calum and Andrew's 21st birthday party (Stirling Rugby Club on 8 January 2016). Your contribution to a very successful evening was fantastic and everyone was raving about the ceilidh, the music and the dancing. A first-class night!

 

Kenneth Scott               Father                           16 January 2016

Sorry I didn't get the chance to thank you and the rest of the band on the night, but you guys were great as usual (Hogmanay at Pitlochry Golf Club). Can I book you now for next Hogmanay. Everyone loved the night and again your band helped make the evening great, so a big thank you.

David Kearney             Clubhouse Manager                   2 January 2016

Just a wee note to say huge thanks for playing at Megan's 21st birthday party (Woodside Hotel, Aberdour, 18 December 2015).  Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the music and a few new dances in the mix too! 

Lynn Slater                  Event organiser                       21 December 2015

Everyone had a fantastic time at our fundraising ceilidh (Institute Hall, Bridge of Earn on 12 December 2015).  Everyone enjoyed learning new dances, especially The Paddlers Jig.  Your band were great at getting everyone involved and sounded really good.  Thank you.

 

Sandra Gourlay             Strathallan Canoe Club          20 December 2015

Stevie and I just wanted to say thanks so much for doing the music at our wedding last Saturday (Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow on 21 November 2015.)  You sounded great and I was delighted that so many people were up for, and enjoyed, the dancing, just as I'd hoped.

Allison Ford                  Bride                                          28 November 2015

Thank you to the band for a fantastic ceilidh! (International Conference ceilidh at the EICC, 7 October 2015) . You really set the bar high for any future GAPA conference. The congratulations were abundant the next morning.    When I asked if everyone had slept well after the ceilidh there was a round of applause. It was great to see so many nations coming together and actually enjoying the dances, which they did in style. We did not wish the conference to appear all "haggis and heather" but we certainly wanted the world to see some of our traditions - and that we did. Please pass on my sincere thanks to the band members.
 
Barbara O'Donnell,      Event organiser                          14 October 2015