Two Left Feet

In Brief: 
5-piece including caller. Perform for 2 hours. Recorded music in breaks.
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About Two Left Feet

Full Description: 
Wirral-based barn dance band Two Left Feet, was formed in 1998, and consists of leader Richard Wilde on fiddle, mandolin and accordion, and three fellow local musicians on flute/whistles/clarinet/saxophone, guitar and bass/guitar/flute.

The band is joined by an experienced caller who talks the audience through the dances so that – as the band’s name implies – even those with two left feet will soon be confidently swinging their partners around the dance floor. Two Left Feet have a huge repertoire of music and dances from the England, Scotland, Ireland and America. The caller explains each dance before it is played. Then the band let rip!

The band plays for all the main ceilidh nights - Burns Night, St Andrew's Day, St Patrick's Day, New Years Eve - and also provides ‘hoe downs’ for American Independence Day. They have also performed at weddings galore, socials, carnivals, fairs, company shindigs, movie launches for Twentieth Century Fox, school and charity fundraisers.

The band has broadcast on BBC radio and has been twice featured on Radio Merseyside's Folk Scene programme, as well as many other local radio stations around the country.

The band provides it own PA system, through which they can play recorded music during their breaks. They normally perform for about two hours and our quoted price is for the five-piece band including caller.

Price from: £565

Travel and cost: 
Two Left Feet are based in Wirral. See Pricing for details of travel costs, etc.
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