Fergus Feely
vocals & cello-mandolin


Fergus moved to London from Dundalk, County Louth in Ireland in 1975 and replaced Frank Simon in the Bully Wee Band in 1976.  

After the band split in 1983 he spent a few years with the Cajun/rock outfit La Rue, before moving back to his native Ireland to follow a long career with top Irish songstress Dolores Keane.

In recent years he has been touring as accompanist to singer songwriter Sean Tyrrell.  And it was on one of these such tours in 2003 that Ian and Colin dropped in to surprise him at Faversham Folk Club,  which finally resulted in the reformation of the Bully Wee Band.

He appears on five of the band's albums.  Silvermines, Madmen of Gotham, 50 Channels - Live, for which he wrote the title track, The Vintage Years and Like The Snow.