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Flog The Dog are an award-winning Wedding Band based in Kerry and Cork who specialize in filling the dance floor. From Jive & Irish Trad music to Chart & Country music - There is music to cater for everyone! Flog the Dog travels nationwide for weddings in Wicklow and Kildare to weddings in Clare and Limerick. Come and see Flog The Dog Live and chat with the band about your big day!

So, what's in the name? Believe it or not, nothing at all to do with a dog! "Flog The Dog" is an old seafaring term used to reference the “dogs” aboard ships in the early 1900’s. When the band was formed we felt this theme reflected our passion and commitment; a fitting name to marry with the quality of the musicians in the band.

Flog The Dog are a Wedding Band based in Kerry and provide Wedding Music & Entertainment nationwide in Ireland and abroad. Flog The Dog showcase their Wedding Music across venues in Co. Kerry (Killarney, Tralee etc.) and invite you to find out more about the Wedding Music and Entertainment available for your Wedding Day.

Flog The Dog are runners up of the 'Brides of Kerry Awards 2018' and finalists of the Weddings Online Awards as 'Wedding Band of the Year' 2018 and 2019.

Wedding Band and Wedding Music in Kerry, Cork, Limerick, Munster and Nationwide.



Steve joined the band as lead vocalist and guitarist, as well as taking up the role of musical director. He brought with him energy, experience & a love of music from years of playing in bands across Cork & Kerry. He began his musical career at an early age and over the years he has developed his musical style to blend through a variety of genres.

Glen Hansard, Foy Vance, Luke Kelly and Chris Martin are inspirations for Steve's vocal style and showmanship. Backing vocals were the start point for his singing ability. Through regular rehearsal along with continued practice and development, his voice airs on the likeness of his influencers.

Steve holds a BA (Hons) degree in Music Technology. Flog The Dog have a unique and powerful sound thanks to the engineering methods Steve studied and continues to develop.




Paul is a man of the Cajon and percussion is his true passion. On his travels he has collected ethnic drums, percussion instruments and sounds from Goa, Gambia, Ireland, Spain, and the UK. 

He is influenced in his style from the Punk and Ska of his youth through to the likes of the Levellers and late introduction to Irish trad/country scene, to contemporary music scene.  His on stage energy and interaction with the music is notable not only by his trademark flat cap, but in his enjoyment of playing for the audience.


Flog The Dog are proud to feature a wealth of talented guest musicians, each bringing a unique skill set and energy to the bands performances. These are musicians with years of experience through numerous bands and help Flog The Dog produce a show that you will always remember! 



John hails from West Limerick. John is the bands double keyboard player and accompanies Flog The Dog at weddings, parties and other functions. He can also plays left-handed bass which is a skill he prides himself on. John is a music teacher based in Limerick.

John has played with various bands around the country from 'Harlequin' to 'Route 66' while also offering his services as a pianist in hotels across Limerick, Kerry and Cork.



Ciara, originally from Fermoy, Cork, has been playing fiddle from a very young age. She grew up with a love of music, especially Irish music. She has spent the last 7 years performing live in various venues and for multiple events. She has also been involved numerous musical projects and bands in that time. Ciara plays the fiddle, whistle, banjo, guitar and keyboard which brings a wider variety of instrumentation to the band.



With strong music influences from both sides of the family, Susie began playing music at a young age. As she has journeyed through solo competitions, duets, trios, céilí bands and grupí ceoils, her love for music grew. Although, traditional music was her first love, she has broadened into other genres, where she especially enjoys playing American and Irish Country Music. Susie is currently studying arts in Mary Immaculate College, Limerick and teaches music in ‘An Ceolann’, Lixnaw part time, near her native Abbeydorney, Kerry.