Scotland's top Celtic Folk Rock Fusion Band.

About this event

Belfast Burns Association together with St. Andrew's Society Belfast are delighted to present this event in order to raise awareness and support for Motor Neurone Disease research.

Three piece Celtic Folk Rock fusion band Reely Jiggered formed in 2008 have already made their mark having played in many venues throughout Scotland. Their fresh and lively approach to Celtic music is innovative, incorporates many ethnic styles and appeals to a large audience.

Not only has the band been hailed a success, but the individual members themselves are successful soloists. All members are highly experienced musicians. Between them, they have performed throughout the UK, Europe and America. Such events include: the Opening of the Scottish Parliament, BBC Proms in the Park, appearances on Spanish, Mexican and Bangladeshi Television as well as broadcasts on Radio MOD, BBC Scotland and BBC Radio 3.

Fiona McNeill - mandolin, guitar, vocals. Alison McNeill - fiddle, vocals. Scott McLean - drums and percussion.

All proceeds to The Brian Steenson Memorial Group and Doddie Weir's Myname'5 Doddie Foundation for Motor Neurone Disease research.

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