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Gordon Jackson

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I am one half of acoustic duo The Jones Boys, specialising in Irish traditional (Celtic) folk on mandolin and other strings and accordion.
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I am one half of The Jones Boys. I teach mandolin, tenor mandola, octave mandola, mandocello, tenor guitar, tenor banjo, whistle, low whistle, music theory and GCSE Music.

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Genres:
Traditional Irish folk, Traditional English folk, Traditional Scottish folk
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Event types:
Corporate event, Wedding, Hotel / Restaurant event, Bar / Club / Venue event, Private event, Charity event, Concert, Burns night
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Other skills:
Fluent sight-reader
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Zoe T, 2 years ago

The Jones Boys came and played at our community tree planting event. They were fantastic - lively and jolly music that lifted the spirits of all our volunteers. We received lots of lovely comments about how good the music was. Thank you for joining our event. (Zoe Thomson, Community, Education and Volunteering Coordinator at Trees for Cities)

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Ray F, 2 years ago

I would like to thank The Jones Boys for their great contribution to our festival. On an unusually cold and wet day amidst our incredibly hot summer, when the acts had persevered in a marquee with an audience who had to put up with rain and cold all day and were on the wane, The Jones Boys came along like a breath of fresh air. They finished the day off with a mix of music, ranging from toe-tapping tunes to quirky, humorous songs. The virtuosity of Sam’s box playing is without question and Gordon's accompaniment make these 2 a duo well worth considering for booking for festivals and concerts in addition to barn-dances and similar events.

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