|Since their reformation in
2004, the Bully Wee Band have had no trouble proving that they are still a
force to be reckoned with as one of Britain’s foremost exponents of
acoustic folk/rock music.
Originally formed in the early 70s by brothers Jim and John Yardley, the Bully Wee Band successfully toured Britain, Europe and America through several line-ups until the last one of Ian Cutler, Fergus Feely, Colin Reece and Maartin Allcock finally called it a day in 1983.
20 years later a chance meeting between Messrs Cutler, Feely and Reece resulted in a very spirited jam session at Faversham Folk Club in Kent, and a subsequent decision to put a three piece Bully Wee Band back on the road in January 2004 “if only for the craic”.
So successful was the 2004 tour that Colin, Ian and Fergus decided to repeat the experience the following January, only this time with the addition of Bully Wee founder member Jim Yardley. Thus the current line up of Ian Cutler, Fergus Feely, Colin Reece and Jim Yardley was complete and reunited.
They have toured every January since. Appearing regularly at:
Nettlebed Folk Club (Radio 2 folk club of the year
Having completed a very successful and enjoyable 2019 January tour, plans are already under way for January, 2020.
Enquiries regarding the 2020 tour or any other bookings should be made to
A brand new studio recorded CD by the Bully Wee Band, released just in
time for their
January 2016 tour (and Christmas of course), entitled
Since the Bully Wee Band reformed in 2004 they have not
surprisingly added to their extensive 45 year repertoire and this album is the
result. It is the first time they have been in the studio as one unit in
35 years and the finished tracks demonstrate how they and their sound have
matured over the years.
Available to order from the