devil's frire barn dance band

Church and Religious barn dances and Hoedowns

The congregation of any church or other religious organisation will have one thing in common, and that is a diversity of ages. A barn dance or hoedown can cross all age boundaries and can be enjoyed by all. Most churches and other religious premises have a suitable venue for holding an event, - so no need to go to the expense of hiring a hall. The band still regularly perform under their previous name Hole in the Wall Band (always within religious premises).

Here is some feedback from the events we have performed at:

Thank you email from organiser of Hoe Down on SAT 1ST DECEMBER 2018 at:
Engish Martyrs R C Church

Hi Fran
A big 'thank you' to the band and Liz for last night.
We had a really great night - although I think our dancing skills left a bit to be desired!
Thanks again. Kind regards Bernie



Hi Fran
I'm glad the band enjoyed themselves, the folks who came certainly enjoyed the band, Sid (Caller) did a fine job and kept everyone suitably entertained and on their feet.
We will certainly keep you in mind for the future and recommend you to others.

With best wishes Alex - Pastoral Team at The Lighthouse Church, Eccles

HOE DOWN at ST BARNABAS CHURCH , Marsh Green, Wigan - on 30/10/2015
Thankyou so much to all the band. Everyone had a really great time and we will definitely be booking you again for next year.
Once we get Christmas out of the way which obviously is very busy at Church we will be planning for next year and we will be in touch then and so be able to look forward to another brilliant night.
Everyone just getting over the sore feet but all very happy indeed.

Thankyou. Susan (church hoe down organiser)

Hoe Down & Social Evening at St Ann’s Church, Belfield, Lancs

The Band were really good and provided a memorable night - I was particularly impressed with their ability to involve all ages - we had a 4 year old and a 90 year old and everything in between. We will be organising another Hoe Down. Thanks for everything .

Graham Lindley - Priest-in-charge