Steel String Band - Celtic music. Concerts. Ceilidhs. Swing Jazz
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Ingleby Greenhow & Easby Village Hall Ceilidh
Ingleby Greenhow & Easby Village Hall Ceilidh. The poem is "Address To A Haggis" by Robbie Burns read by Alec Paul. The prayer is "The Selkirk Grace", author unknown, read by Bob Howat.The Steel Str...
Sandy, Paul and Frank at Manfield village hall - one of many ceilidhs we have played there!
Manfield is a small village on the outskirts of Darlington. It is the home of the award-winning pub, the Crown, where the band had its beginning.
Scruton is a village not far from Northallerton in North Yorkshire. For the last five years it has been our pleasure to play at the village's summer fete. Cool jazz in the afternoon, and dancing on the village green. Perfect!
Frank with Judith Haswell. Sandy and Frank played alongside Judith for several years and produced two successful albums The Judith Haswell Band and Harbour Lights available through this website (see Contact Us)
Men in Black, this time at Guisborough Rugby Club, New Years Eve, 2007.
Black dress is de rigeur. MIB has become a trademark of the band, and we always try to cut a dash!
Heads down, backsides up! Paul and Martin getting stuck in to a tune with Steve adding the bass line. Sandy's birthday party, December 2010. The music's a social thing, and we enjoy each other's company away from the stage.
Martin and Paul at the Manfield gig. Martin has recently produced a dazzling album, Autumn, an instrumental tour de force in which Martin plays every instrument and arranges every track. It is an astonishing achievement, and is available through this site (see Contact Us)
In the marquee at the Crown. We have played beer festival after beer festival, and always get the same buzz, the same sense of excitement. We never know how it'll go, but it always goes well!
Swing jazz at the Crown with a few pints!
On stage at St. Andrews, Teesville.
St. Patrick's Night Ceilidh, 18th. March 2011.
A really lively night with a great atmosphere.
                                                                                                                                       Same night at St. Andrews. A great community ceilidh, with people of all ages still on their feet and dancing at the end of the night!
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