The Much Ado Band. Perfect for your barn dance or ceilidh.For barn dances in Herefordshire, Shropshire, Wales and the Marches.The perfect band for weddings, birthdays, and all your special occasions.
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Tony Egan

When not playing for barn dances and ceilidhs, Much Ado drummer, Tony, indulges his wide taste in music as a member of Front Cover, which covers the music of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and the present day - and The Universal Translators, the Brecon based rock band.

A resident of Llanwrtyd Wells, Mid Wales, Tony is involved in the organisation of many of the unusual events held in the town, and is currently Event Director of the annual Man v Horse event.


Graeme Lamble

  Graeme Lamble, Powys based bassist with The Much Ado Band.

Powys based Bassist, Graeme, approaches his role in the barn dance band with a nod toward the rock and jazz side of things, involved as he is in several projects away from traditional folk, including Musicals and Plays, Samba drumming with the Cuban jazz outfit Bosque, The Repercussion Street Band, and collaborating with Tony in the On the Rocks Band

He can also be seen pretending to be a lute player (actually classical guitar) with Alan in the Broken Willow Consort, a band which supports theatrical productions of the Mid Wales Living Willow Theatre, see

In real life he is a guitar maker, picture-framer, roofer, carpenter and builder. He made the guitars and the bass he plays, and if you would like him to make you a guitar, he can also build you a studio in which to play it.