“Many thanks for such a fantastic evening on Friday.  It was still buzzing when people left and so many were saying on the way out what a fantastic evening it was.  Someone even called back in yesterday to tell us what a great evening they had had.  And our Portarlington friends also thoroughly enjoyed it saying you really should look into going to the National Celtic Festival there. 


I think it is going to be really challenging to find other performers who will manage to have such a great mix of celtic music and fun and engaging songs to join in!  And special thanks from Rebecca and me for Ae Fond Kiss and Red Yoyo!!” 

Chris Pratt, Kilderkin Distillery, Ballarat, VIC

“Having been in the audience multiple times, and experienced the beautiful Celtic vocal stylings of Graeme McColgan over the past year or so on his visits to perform at local Distilleries and Whisky Bars, we're excited to see his upcoming Tasmanian tour with multi-instrumentalist/vocalist, Amie Brûléé. Graeme has the innate ability to engage his audience with warmth, humour, and fabulous music - excitement levels are high among our Tassie ukulele and folk fraternity to be involved in a proper Ceilidh, right here in the heart of Launceston at our historic St Ailbes Hall. It's seen generations of dancers stomp the boards, and the old hall will shimmy with glee at having a horde of dancers whirling along with the Celtic music Graeme and Amie have promised.”

Jackie Anifandis, Festival Director, Launceston Ukulele Jamboree

“Had Graeme play at our wedding and he truly made it an evening to remember! We loved the set he played, especially the cheesy nod to ronan Keating that he somehow turned into a beautiful, tear wrenching moment. Ukulele playing, impromptu highland dancing, rattlin bogs, laughter and joy is what it was all about! Couldn’t have asked for more. Thanks mate, got a friend out of it as well! Graeme, you rock. Kate and I are so lucky to have had you play and help to celebrate our special day.” 

Andy Neary, Alternate Root, Uralla