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Father Jack

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About Father Jack

Four piece trad irish band performing around Hampshire. Have a peak at our website for info etc. www.fatherjackcelticband.co.uk
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Folk-rock band
Public liability insurance of £1 million

A foot stomping, fun, join-inable Trad Irish Group with Jigs, Reels & Songs to make the evening go with some fun. We hand out sheets with the chorus to our songs to encourage people to join in.

Performance details
We can perform outdoors
We have vehicles we can use to travel to gigs
We require car parking close to venues
Our equipment is PAT tested
We own a PA system
Encore awards
4th Encoreversary
Folk, Ceilidh, Traditional English folk, Irish rock, Folk rock, Traditional Irish folk, Traditional Scottish folk
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Event types:
Bar / Club / Venue event, Wedding, Wedding proposal, Funeral / Memorial service, Church service, Hotel / Restaurant event, Private event, Corporate event, Charity event, Concert, Recording session, Theatre / Show, Burns night, Birthday party, Christmas party, New Year's Eve
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Song list

Tell Me Ma
Black Velvet Band
Irish Rover
Wild Rover
Fields of Athenry
Streams of Whiskey
Seven Drunken Nights
New York Gals
Galway Girl
Galway Farmer
Copperhead Road
The Band Played Waltzing Matilda
Whiskey in the Jar
Star of the County Down
Fiddlers Green
Sally Maclannan
Plus many, many traditional Irish Jigs & Reels


From customers:

Cliff M, 3 years ago

A FANTASTIC afternoon/evening at The Golden Eagle with Father Jack. The Guiness flowed along with the songs, tunes & dancing which made for a brilliant St. Patrick's Party.

What M, 5 years ago

Well last night we was at The Crofton Pub, great venue for some live music loads of space to set up your gear etc and lots of fine ales to sample and boy where they good. Anyway were not here to talk about ales but music! The band playing was called Father Jack, I believe to be in relation with Father Ted the program. The music was fantastic, it was Celtic and very lively, they had, guitar, drums and violin/Banjo/12 string ukelele. As we said the music was lively and very entertaining, in between them singing they would play some instrumental numbers. The instrumental numbers where great as they would get faster and faster and get the crowd going. The crowd where thoroughly enjoying themselves. When we got to our table one of the guys was handing out I guess karaoke handouts, these had the chorus to the some of the songs they where singing, I’ve never seen this before but it has to be a brilliant idea, as the evening went on and the beer was flowing, more and more people joined in with singing in the chorus of the songs. It would seem everyone had a great evening with Father Jack, I would definitely recommend them and if you see them advertised go a long and have a sing-a-long with them, you wont regret it!