Alastair Scott Ceilidh Band
Alastair Scott Ceilidh Band are a group of energetic and fun award winning musicians with an experienced dance caller, from Counties Antrim and Tyrone.
Formed in 2004, the band have years of gigging experience behind them and have performed at a wide range of events from the smallest of functions to the more elaborate of corporate events, starred in a Hallmark movie The Cabin and even played at the 40th birthday of rock legend Tim Wheeler from ASH!
The band is made up of founder members piano accordionist Amanda Hopper (nee Robinson) and button accordionist Kenny Mitchell, shortly followed by drummer Trevor. Ruth the dance caller holds the events together, inviting people onto the dance floor, explaining the dance steps and when not on the dance floor calling dances, Ruth can be found on the stage behind the piano!
All good band names have a story and Alastair Scott Ceilidh Band is no different and is one of the many stories the band tell when performing at concerts. Alastair Scott is the name of the bands mascot who can be found hanging at the front of their music stand at all of their gigs.
The Alastair Scott Ceilidh Band won Wedding Entertainer of the Year 2018 at the Northern Ireland Wedding Awards and were finalists in 2017 and 2019.
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The Northern Ireland Wedding Awards 2018 Finalists
 The Northern Ireland Wedding Awards 2018 Winners
 The Northern Ireland Wedding Awards 2019 Finalists
References[edit | edit source]
- "Finalists in The Northern Ireland Wedding Awards 2018 are announced". Retrieved 2018-11-21.
- "Winners for The Northern Ireland Wedding Awards 2018 are announced". Retrieved 2018-11-21.
- "Top contenders in the Northern Ireland Wedding Awards 2019 are announced". Retrieved 2018-11-21.
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