Do you need an Irish Band for a Funeral or Wake?
our loved ones with Irish music at the service and or funeral, can add great poignancy to the occasion whilst creating everlasting memories.
The Irish bagpiper* or Uileann Piper is the most popular option for Irish funerals where our uniformed Irish Pipers are often booked to play at the graveside before, during and or after the service, performing tunes often associated specifically with the deceased such as; 'Danny Boy', 'The Fields of Athenry', 'The Coulin', 'Amazing Grace', etc.
We also provide
Irish singers and musicians to
perform at wakes and funerals across the UK.
We also provide Harpists for funeral services.
happy to help you talk through the most suitable option to meet your needs and advise you on choice of tunes or songs where required.
Simply fill out our
enquiry form, call us on
020 8111 1916 or
email us. Either way we promise to get back to you promptly and efficiently.
*Late bookings are normal for Funerals so don't worry if you need to book someone in a hurry, we can help.
*We also supply Scottish Bagpipers.
"Sean - all my family and I would like you to know
and for you to pass on to the band that they were fantastic at my
mother's wake yesterday - they made it the perfect send off for her for
her family and friends all of whom have been steeped in the traditional
music and the ballads and songs of Ireland - can't praise them enough -
they made the day - thanks, and thanks again"
"Hi Sean, I
just wanted to touch base and say thank you so much for all
My mum would have been so happy at the way you got everyone
together with your music.
All those there expressed how great a day you made it,
making a sad occasion into A joyous one, which is what we
I have also passed on your details to various members of my
friends and family So I guess it
won't be to long until I hear you guys again.
So thank you again Sean from every one in the O'******
"I would like to thank you and your fellow musicians for the great send off that you gave to my father, the comments that I have received have all been how great the music was and how much my father would have approved and to see my mother happy at the end of a sad day for us all is a testament to you and your band.
I will always remember that day and if I am ever asked do I know of a good Irish band I will have no hesitation to mention you.
Once again on behalf of my family I thank you and wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year".
Sampler tracks of some of our acts