Banjo Players

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Hire a banjo player for your wedding, party or special event - we offer solo banjo players but most players are happy to offer a duo or trio.

We also have jazz bands and Irish / folk bands that have banjo players within the band so these options are also listed below.

The banjo is a four, five or even six-stringed instrument that is used for old-time American music and Irish music, as well as folk, country, jazz and bluegrass.

The 5 string banjo is generally used in American old-time music, country music and bluegrass music and the 4 string tenor banjo has a shorter neck and is most common in Irish and folk music.

Hire Banjo Players

  • Pete Stanley Banjo Player picture
    Hire one of England's best-known banjo players known for his unique mellow tone, acquired by using bare fingernails rather than metal fingerpicks.
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    Pete Stanley Banjo Pl...
    Based in Greater London
    Price From £275

  • The Banjo Player picture
    This professional banjo player is available for weddings and events as well as concert and session work. He won the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards when he was 18
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    The Banjo Player
    Based in Cornwall
    Price From £325

  • The Wedding Banjo Player picture
    This young banjo player is one of the country's top players, performing around the UK as well as touring internationally, his banjo playing is highly in demand!
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    The Wedding Banjo Pla...
    Based in Somerset
    Price From £325

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    Very good - would definitely use again.
    Sarah Gelsthorp
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    Quick efficient booking process
    Towny Vasami
  • Find a Performer Recommends
    Find a performer was an excellent service. I had never booked a performer before and needed a harpist for our wedding. Not only was the process straightforward, but the musician who was recommended to us was brilliant. Many thanks to everyone concerned.
    Andrew Madden