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The Boys of County Bucks Celtic Band We perform Celtic jigs, reels, hornpipes and airs on the fiddle, tin whistle, bodhran, banjo, guitar, low whistle and vocals and singalongs. We play in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and surrounding areas. Most of the music performed is Irish, with some Scottish and Welsh, and an occasional Irish American tune. ================= The Boys of County Bucks are five professional men who love music and love playing it. The growing popularity of Celtic music in this area is attested to by the number of performing groups and the bars and restaurants and other venues where we perform. We are available to play at public venues and private parties. (For more information contact Bob Roach at firstname.lastname@example.org). Our music is traditional Celtic music. Occasionally we include songs from Irish Americans like Stephen Foster, as well as tunes like Danny Boy. Recently we have expanded into Scottish tunes. Living near where Washington Crossed the Delaware (Bucks County), we also play tunes that were known and popular in colonial America in 1776. But basically we just play to enjoy the music and to share it with our audiences. The band members are: Ned Asplundh, bodhran and low whistle Blake Blakesley, guitar, banjo, and vocals Mark Guenther, guitar and vocals Pete Peters, tin whistle mandolin and vocals Bob Roach, fiddle All members: choruses.