Foot Stomping Barn Dance Band ~ London ~ Brighton ~ Surrey & Sussex

Welcome to the home of the foot stomping “Hotfoot Drifters” We play Old Time dance music mainly from the Appalachian region of North America and are based in Brighton East Sussex,  If you would like to book us for your venue, party or dance in Kent, Sussex, Surrey, London or beyond please contact us here . Click on our music player below to get an idea of how we sound. We can offer a number of set ups from a fireside trio to full band and caller for a barn dances.


Fireside trio to Large Barn Dances

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We can play as a trio for your house party as background music or if needed a full blown energetic band for a barn dance.

HELP! I don’t know how to Barn Dance

So you don’t know how to dance. . . . We have callers with years of experience to help you and your party enjoy the night to the full.

Your caller will guide you through each dance and call out the moves. Before you know it you and your party will feel like experts.

Our Hotfoot Cajun Band

An added bonus is we also have a Cajun Band so during the breaks between dances at your event we often play some old time songs but also a few Two Steps and Waltzes.

Click here to visit our Cajun band website to have a listen, who knows maybe you might want to book that band up if that is more your thing.

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The Band

The Hotfoot Drifters , based in Brighton, East Sussex are Dan Stewart (Guitar and Banjo), Kirsten Hammond (Fiddle) and Chris Murphy (Banjo and Lead Vocal ). We play Old Time American dance tunes and songs, mainly from the Appalachian area of North America.

Book us for your Barn Dance!

We can supply a full band for your dance including a caller to keep your party flowing and fun!

If you would like to book us for your venue, party or dance please contact us here . Click on our music player below to get an idea of how we sound. We can offer a number of set ups from a fireside trio to full band and caller for a barn dances.