Self-described “moody” contemporary Celtic band, Out of Hand are two sets of siblings who discovered a shared passion in the music of their Celtic heritage. Toe-tapping tunes and lilting melodies, they blend both traditional tunes with original songs and sets.  Members are Daniel (Bass), Caleb (Fiddle) and Joshua Anderson (Guitar/Vocals), and Sadie (Fiddle/Guitar/Vocals) and Charlie Mustoe (Bodhran/Vocals/Trombone). The siblings met in high school and discovered a shared passion in the music of their Celtic heritage and have been playing ever since. They’ve performed at National Celtic Festival in Portarlington (2019, 2022 and 2023) and Port Fairy Folk Festival (2022) among others, and absolutely love playing and performing together. Caleb was elected ‘Face of the Festival’ for the National Celtic Festival 2019 and awarded a scholarship with Feis Ros in Scotland, while Sadie was runner-up ‘Youth Folk Artist of the Year’ for Australian Folk Alliance in 2021 and has over 30 festival appearances as a solo artist.

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