LAMPA, formed in 2013, have established themselves as a very popular and entertaining young Irish Trad group from the Midlands. The bedrock and core of the band lies firmly within the Irish Tradition, incorporating a mix of genres into their performances enabling them to deliver a dynamic and energetic folk-improvised fusion. Individually, members of the band have performed across Europe and played at many prestigious venues and festivals all over the UK such as Birmingham Town & Symphony Halls, The London Feis 2011 (Finsbury Park), Moseley Folk Festival, Birmingham TradFest, The 02 Institute Birmingham, Cambridge Folk Festival, The Royal Albert Hall, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and Celtic Connections in Glasgow to name a few.
The band is built up of Matt Murphy (Piano Accordion/Piano), Dan Green (Whistles/Flute/Bodhran), Tom Green (Button Accordion/Concertina), Tom Davis (Guitars/Vocals), Ben O'Hara (Drums/Percussion) and Emily Thomas + Roisin McGrath (Vocals).
Lampa regularly perform at a variety of different festivals, bars, parties, weddings and charity functions right across the country. We can also offer and supply your event with a 'Disco/DJ Package' for weddings and private events.
Check out our LIVE page for upcoming public gigs!
WEDDINGS | FESTIVALS | BARS | PARTIES | CHARITY | CORPORATE | CEILI
"Thank you all so much for playing at our wedding. You were amazing! The dance floor was packed the whole night right from the moment you started your set. Everyone loved you, from guests other wedding suppliers and the hotel staff so many comments about how good you were. We will be recommending you! Thanks again
All the best" - Martin Sampson
"A big big thanks for playing at our wedding last weekend. Nicola and I had a fab time and all the guests thoroughly enjoyed your set from start to finish! Best of luck for the future!" - Ben Roberts
"These lads and lassies know how to put on a great show! Great blend of music with everything to keep everyone on their toes! Always introducing new, fresh and innovative music whenever I see them! Great bunch of people too, very easy to work and get along with" - David O'Brien