Celtic Music With Loads O' The Craic !
Robin Campbell’s Celtic Mashup is a 100% pure, high energy, blend of the best in Scottish and Irish music with jigs, reels and traditional songs of the Celts. We add a few mixers to our ‘sets’ from the likes of Donovan, Proclaimers, Mark Knopfler, Christy Moore, John Martyn, Dylan, Pogues, Planxty, Chieftains, and a dash of penned originals.
Celtic Mashup is available for Parties, Folk Nights, Ceilidhs, Concerts, Clubs, Pubs, Festivals, Saints Days and Public Holidays.
We are also available for Celtic weddings providing live music as entertainment or as background music during the wedding reception and breakfast.
We can provide the perfect music for a Celtic funeral ceremony. Dicky Deegan on Uilleann pipes, or Robin Campbell singing Danny Boy will always bring a tear to the eye !
At the wake Robin Campbell’s Celtic Mashup can lift the spirits and provide your nearest and dearest with a great musical send off and help you remember the good times – Slàinte!
Robin Campbell Vocal / Guitar / Craic Addict
Robin brings a life time of singing and stagecraft, with a musical portfolio of TV, radio, albums, showboats, concerts and clubs. From Glasgow, Robin sang in the highly successful Scottish folk duo ‘Lomond Folk’. Over the years Robin has played in many ‘genres of music’. In 2009 Robin formed the traditional group ‘Celtic Krystal’ and in 2020 ‘Robin Campbell’s Celtic Mashup’, both working groups.
Uilleann Pipes / Whistles / Liquid Craic
Master of the Uilleann Pipes, Dicky was born north of London to Irish parents, is now based in Hull. Dicky spent many years in Tasmania working antipodean gigs and festivals and also teamed up with didgeridoo legend Mark Atkins. Dicky has played tin whistle for 45 years and Uilleann pipes for 30 years worldwide.
Duncan Ivory Bass Ukulele / Technical Craic
From the late 70’s Duncan played Bass in covers bands in the pubs and clubs of west London. He then moved to playing lead guitar during the mid 80’s playing everything from soul – pop – blues – country & western – hard rock. Bringing his Scottish heritage to music, he has gone back to his first love, playing Bass Ukulele, and enjoys adding a twist of Bass to Celtic Mashup.
Matt Waters Fiddle / Young Craic
Matt started playing the violin as a young boy, picking up traditional folk tunes as soon as he could. He then went on to study classical violin, graduating from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in 2018. He loves exploring a wide range of styles including folk, country, classical and jazz and playing a range of instruments including violin, piano, drums & mandolin.
Lynden Campbell Bodhran / Rhythmic Craic !
Above images by Robert Crowley Photography
We have wheels
We have PA for most gigs except the O2 !
We have PLI through the Musicians Union, covers accidents, but not Armageddon !
Rehearsal at the brewery went well!
These videos are slow and pensive, but we do play loads of fast jigs, birlin’ reels and songs for Paddy’s Day.