Ladies Night Trio – Bailbrook House

We’re finally back after so much time out due to the pandemic.

We have been booked over a number of years as Ladies Night Band for the Lodge Of Unity Ladies Festival. This time at the rather magnificent Bailbrook House in Bath.

What a great night – guests very keen to get back to a party and up and dancing from first song right thorough to end of evening- Wonderful audience to play for. Great to be back!!

300 Years Of Freemasonry

We are delighted to have been selected to play for a Grand Black Tie Ball in October 2017 as part of the celebrations of the tercentenary anniversary of Freemasonry (300 years). We are well known with our trio (and often quartet) as one of the established bands for Masonic Ladies Nights but as the ball is for around 600 guests this will be our full five piece band line-up including female vocalist and sax player.

300 years of Freemasonry


Although Freemasonry is thought to date back to the stone masons of the Middle Ages this anniversary celebrates the founding of the world’s first “Grand Lodge” in 1717. This timeline shows the history of Freemasonry.

Words for “The Ladies Song”

Usually masonic ladies nights bands are required to provide accompaniment for The Ladies Song. Our pianist would usually do this or it can be the full band if preferred.

These days it is usually performed by a member of the Lodge, the toastmaster or a “choir” of Lodge members seems to becoming increasingly popular.

We have played for several different version of the Masonic Ladies Song over the years and the words for the more popular ones (including several variations) are on our Masonic Ladies Song page.