The Fuzzy Burgers Band: A profile of the band and its music

The Fuzzy Burgers Band
The Fuzzy Burgers Band

 The Fuzzy Burgers


The Fuzzy Burgers wedding band are one of Ireland’s most exciting wedding bands providing an eclectic mix of rock, country, modern and traditional music appealing to the palates of many different musical tastes. The band covers a broad spectre of music and can cater for any individual requirements that the bride and groom  request.

The band was formed back in 2009 by drummer Paul Deery in Lough Egish County Monaghan and since its humble beginnings, the band, since then, has performed at the St. Patricks Day parade in London, The Virginia Pumkin Festival as well as featuring on the RTE  programme “Don’t Tell the Bride” as the featured wedding band.

Sadly in 2013, one of original members of the band Gerry Maggs passed away after a long battle with cancer. Gerry played bass but he was a fantastic singer with a unique  vocal tone captured in this rendition of the Tennessee Waltz. Gerry is now gracefully represented by his son Andrew who is one of the lead vocalists in the band.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

The band is a 7 piece band  consisting of drums, bass guitar, lead guitar, banjo & fiddle, Accordion and tin whistle as well as 2 lead vocalists. From ACDC to Avicci to the Lumineers to the Pogues they have it all covered.

Here are the Fuzzy Burgers performing their version of “Amazing Grace” with 40 pipe bands.

You can catch the Fuzzy Burgers performing regularly in the Imperial Bar and nightclub in Cavan Town, in the Palace nightclub in Navan & in the Imperial Hotel in Dundalk as well as numerous other venues in throughout Ireland. The Fuzzy Burgers cater for all social occasions including weddings which is their forte but also festivals, after wedding parties, birthday parties and pub gigs.

You can contact the Fuzzy Burgers on 0872248422 and on their Facebook page or alternatively by visiting their website.






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