If you want to create a Celtic feel to your wedding ceremony or other function then the haunting sound of the uilleann pipes will help you do just that. If you are not familiar with the sound of the uilleann pipes, you may recall the melodies of 'Riverdance' and 'Braveheart' which were dominated by this instrument. The uilleann pipes were also featured in 'The Titanic.' Tom has been playing uilleann pipes with guitar and vocals at wedding receptions and other functions, as well as pubs and clubs, for many years. He has also played background piping and whistle music on the CD's of several Auistralian artists .
His uilleann pipe playing works well as a solo instrument or accompanied by violin or with other celtic instruments to set just the mood you require whether it be before, during or after your ceremony or as background music before or during your wedding reception or other function.
TUNES AND SONGS
Tom can play a wide variety of Slow Airs, Jigs Reels and Hornpipes on the Uilleann Pipes and the following is just a small sample of his wide ranging repertoire of songs: Leaving of Liverpool Rare Old Mountain Dew Belfast Mill All I Want Is You Black Velvet Band Poor Ned Irish Rover Sweet Sixteen Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For All For Me Grog Clare To Here When You Say Nothing At All Loch Lomond Fisherman’s Blues It Stoned Me Ride On To Her Door Dirty Old Town Back Home In Derry Wild Rover La Vill Que J'ai Tant Aime La Ballade Nord Irlandaise Star of the County Down Brown Eyed Girl Fields Of Athenry Dumb Things I’m On My Way 500 Miles I’m A Believer Flower Of Scotland I’ll Tell Me Ma Whiskey in the Jar Poor Ned Galway Girl