The ceilidh band was orginally formed in 1995 by a bunch of like minded musicians from the Stirling area for a one off charity night. Originally called 'Ceilidh Minogue and the Cajun Hormones', the Hormones were dropped, a few personel changes took place and the band became known as Ceilidh Minogue.
In 2002, Gavin replaced Marianne Campbell on fiddle and the present line up has remained since then.
Ceilidh Minogue is one of the very few 'full-time' professional ceilidh bands in Scotland.
The band has played in all the top venues like 'Gleneagles Hotel', 'Dunkeld Hilton', 'Roman Camp Hotel', 'The Old Course Hotel', 'Marcliffe Hotel', 'Dalhousie Castle', 'Oxenfoord Castle', 'Balbirnie House', 'Dundas Castle', 'Caledonian Hotel', 'Balmoral Hotel', 'Drumossie Hotel' etc....

Clients have included:- BBC, STV, Visit Scotland, B.P., Shell UK, Illico Events, Real Radio, Academia, Clydesdale Bank, Deutchebank, G.A. , Life Span, Diageo UK, Ideas Unlimited, Moray Ceilidh Club, Barclaycard, Strathclyde University, etc.....

The band appeared in BBC's 'Monarch of the Glen' broadcast autumn 2004 and Gregor & Pete were also in a fishing scene!!
We did ITVs 'Heartless' in the spring of 2005 featuring Angus Deayton and the music of Ceilidh Minogue.
Our albums have been played in radio stations all over the world and featured by the BBC on 'The Reel Blend'.
We can also source pipers, pianists and jazz trios etc for your drinks reception or meal.
The band also has £10m Thrid Party Liability Insurance and the electrical equipment is fully PAT tested.

Scotland's favourite ceilidh band .