A unique all-female Ceilidh ensemble combining the Classic Folklore with upbeat Pop & Rock tunes with / without a caller.
Ceilidh With Us, a solo-6pc band established in 2017, consists of internationally acclaimed musicians and a strong female bond. Each coming from a different musical background such jazz, world music, funk and even heavy metal, gives the band their unique musical edge.
The band is lead by Lilac Sheer - An established performer and multi-instrumentalist (vocals, guitar, harmonica, banjo, percussion) who's toured the UK, Europe, US and the Middle East leaving fans spellbound by her powerful voice and strong conviction.
Lilac and her band recorded several folk albums. The band recently performed at the renowned Trinity Theatre in Tunbridge to a full singing-along house and an excited standing ovation.
Our quotes include a quality PA system & lighting, playlist DJ sets, and a dedicated engineer who keeps making sure everything sounds just right throughout the show, so the band can concentrate solely on giving your guests an unforgettable experience.
All Souls Night – Loreena McKennitt Breathless – The Corrs Caledonia – Dolores Keane Castle on the Hill – Ed Sheeran Cooley’s Reel – Instrumental Danny Boy – Eva Cassidy Down By the Sally Gardens – Loreena McKennitt Dreams – The Corrs Drunken Sailor – Storm Weather Shanty Choir Fear a Bhata – Alison Helzer From Clare to here – Ralph McTell Galway Girl – Johnny Logan Galway Girl (Ed Sheeran) Hills Of Connemara – Gaelic Storm I Know My Love (feat. The Chieftains) – The Corrs, The Chieftains I'll Tell Ma Ma - Na Fienna I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) – The Proclaimers Irish Pub Song – The High Kings Linger – The Cranberries Lord of the Dance – Dubliners Mason’s Apron - Instrumental Michael, Row The Boat Ashore – Foster & Allen Molly Malone – Johnny Logan & Friends Morrison’s Jig – Instrumental Mr Rock & Roll – Amy Macdonald Only a Woman's Heart – Mary Black, Eleanor McEvoy Radio - The Corrs Rosebud By My Early Walk - Robert Burns Seven Drunken Nights – The Dubliners, Ronnie Drew Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For – U2 Streets Have No Name – U2 The Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond - Essential Mix – Angela Cameron The Drunken Scotsman – Sallymacs The Galway Girl – Sharon Shannon, Steve Earle The Ploughman - Robert Burns The Rakes of Clonmel – Instrumental The Rosebud By My Early Walk – Carol Laula The Script – Breakeven The Wild Rover – Luke Kelly This Is The Life – Amy Macdonald Toss the Feathers – Instrumental Whisky In The Jar – The Tramps
Thank you so much for playing at our wedding!! Your caller was so engaging and had everyone on the dance floor in no time! All the ladies in the band were so talented singing and playing several instruments, and with the perfect sound & party lights - We couldn't have been more delighted with our choice. Thanks again you've really made the night, we will highly recommend you to everyone!!! (Tess & Harry)
We wanted a band to play a combination of Ceilidh and our favourite hits from different eras. Lilac sent us lists of songs in different genres in advance and the band played all our song choices. The sound level was just right for the venue. It was a super weekend on many levels. My wife could not stop smiling, and a number of people were praising the performance, I really hope you get some more bookings on the back of it. Kind regards. (Steve S)
We were celebrating St. Patrick's Day together with my Scottish mother's 60th, so naturally we wanted a combination of Irish and Scottish repertoire. The band delivered and even prepared some requested songs for us. My mum was over the moon, it was truly a special evening. (Liliana L)
Thank you Ceilidh With Us for the brilliant st. Paddy's day performance at our club. Lively, upbeat, just what we were hoping for. I would recommend you for anyone in search of a good Ceilidh. Best of luck out there! - John, Marie & the team. (Maria B)
The ladies were all friendly and uniquely talented, offering different instruments & calling, needless to say we were very impressed. The music was a good combination of Ceilidh and contemporary, as we have requested, they did not disappoint. Thank you again for a successful evening. (Mike H)
Lilac played so beautifully at a surprise 60th I organised for my Scottish neighbour. She's even prepared Amy McDonald songs and played a collection of Scottish classics especially for her. Family and friends all had a good time, very grateful to the band for making our party a success. (Lucy T)