The Buachaills – Wedding Band

Formed in 2011 , The Buachaills pride themselves on providing high quality live entertainment for Weddings and Corporate Events.   They bring an energy to their live performance that has every audience buzzing with excitement. From Country and Ceilidh Classics like the Siege of Ennis to Rock, Pop hits from all eras The Buachaills can cater for all musical tastes.   Winners of Mrs2be.ie Best Wedding Entertainment 2017   The Buachaills regularly play in some of Cork, Munster and Ireland’s biggest pubs and clubs. These shows are an ideal opportunity for anyone planning a Wedding /Event to come and see The Buachaills.   The ability to be able to read  an audience and have the versatility to adapt to that audience is what makes The Buachaills one of the most sought after acts in Ireland. The Buachaills have performed in front of guests like President Higgins , The Cork hurling team and were the Half time Act at the 2012 All Ireland Football Final at Croke Park.The Buachaills also have a strong link to Munster Rugby performing many times in Thomond Park and had the honor of being the Official House Band for the 2013/2014 season. In 2013 The Buachaills had a hit single with their cover of Gerry Rafferty’s “Baker Street” The Buachaills love to travel and have toured The UK , Germany and Norway.   In January 2015 the Buachaills were featured in Hotpress Magazines article “The 10 most wanted wedding bands 2015Having an intimate wedding and prefer something quieter? Ask us about our 3 piece acoustic option. The Buachaills use a high end professional sound and lighting system which is constantly being updated.


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First Dance ideas:

Days Like this - Van Morrison

The One I Love - David Gray

More of You - Chris Stapleton

Let your Love Flow - The Belemy Brothers

Always – Bon Jovi

Rainy Night in Soho – The Pogues

A man is in love - The Waterboys

How Long will I love you - The Waterboys

Have I told you Lately - Van Morrison

When you say nothing at all - Alison Krauss

Forever and ever amen - Randy Travis

Ho Hey - The Lumineers

The One - Kodaline

Heaven - Bryan Adams

All I want is you - U2

Wonderful Tonight - Eric Clapton

The Voyage - Christy Moore

With Or Without You - U2

Father / Daughter Dance

Sweet Sixteen – The Fureys

Modern /Chart:

Take my hand - Picture This

Ho Hey – The Lumineers

Shut up and dance - Walk the Moon

Blame it on me – George Ezra

Riptide – Vance Foy

Wake me up – Avicci

Little Lion Man- Mumford and Son

I will wait – Mumford and Son

Time of your life - Green Day

Home -Philip Philips

Rock/ Pop

Proud Mary – CCR

Bad moon Rising - CCR

Stand by me – Ben E King

Sweet Caroline – Neil Diamond

Cracklin Rosie – Neil Diamond

Mustang Sally – Wilson Pickett

That’s Alright Mama – Elvis Presley

Oh Boy - Buddy Holly

Can’t Help falling in love with you – Elvis Presley

The Walk of Life - Dire Straits

Cecilia - Simon and Garfunkel

I'll be your baby tonight - Bob Dylan

Jessie - Joshua Kadison

I'm a Believer - The Monkees

We will Rock you - Queen

500 Miles - The Proclaimers

Da do ron ron - The Crystals

Country / Quickstep

Folsome Prison Blues – Johnny Cash

Cotton Fields - CCR

I walk the line – Johnny Cash

Ring of Fire – Johnny Cash

Speed of the sound of loneliness – John Prine

Me and Bobby Magee - Kris Kristofferson

Past The Point of Rescue - Mick Hanly

The Last thing on my mind – Tom Paxton

Country Roads – John Denver

Wagon Wheel – Old Crow Medicine Show

Dance the night away - The Mavericks

Waltz’s

The Wild Rover – The Dubliners

The Black Velvet Band – The Dubliners

The Galway Shawl – Trad.

The Red Rose Café – The Furey’s

Fiddlers Green – Trad.

Spancil Hill - Trad.

Celtic Rock

Galway Girl – Steve Earl

The Hills of Donegal – Goats don’t shave

I used to love her – The Sawdoctors

Shipping up to Boston – The Dropkick Murphys

Sally McLennan – The Pogues

Dirty Old Town – The Pogues

A bang on the ear- The Waterboys

Fishermans Blues – The Waterboys

Brewing up a Storm - The Stunning

Irish/Folk

Some say the Divil is dead

I’ll tell me Ma

The Leaving of Liverpool

The Rocky road to Dublin

Whiskey in the Jar

The Spanish Lady

Will ye go lassie go.

The Ratlin Bog

Star of the County Down

The Auld Triangle

Caladonia

The King of the Fairies

The Masons Apron

Siege of Ennis

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