Frank Reid

Frank started life as a Highland Dancer and Pianist moving on to the Accordion at age 14.  He played with other Scottish Dance Bands before forming his own band at the age of eighteen which was a wee while ago now!  Frank plays and calls the dances at the same time.

Sheena Reid

Sheena plays keyboards, accordion, various sizes of whistles, and is currently learning the fiddle just for fun. She speaks five languages including Scottish Gaelic, learned at Sabhal Mor Ostaig on the Isle of Skye, where Frank and Sheena were married in 1996.  Sheena’s father is an excellent ex Black Watch piper.  Sheena is an Executive Coach having reached the level of MCC with the International Coach Federation, one of around 32 in the country. 

Fiona Leggat

Frank Reid Scottish Dance Band - Fiona Leggat

Fiona is back playing with the band after a family break.  She hails from the North East of Scotland where she learned her traditional music, then graduated on Violin and Viola from The Guildhall School of Music and Drama.  Fiona is now a professional Viola player appearing on TV backing a long list of celebrities, the most recent of which was Michael Bublé's 2019 UK tour, as well as performing in West End shows such as The Lion King and Les Miserables.  Fiona’s father Sandy is also a great fiddle player that has played with the band from time to time.

Emily Kostulin


Emily is the current regular fiddler in the band.  She also hails from the North East (Banchory) and followed Fiona down to London gaining her BMus (Hons) from the Royal College of Music.  Emily comes from a musical family.  Her brother Russell is a well-known figure in the Aberdeen area and her mother also plays fiddle.  Emily has appeared on TV backing artists such as Michael Bublé and Rod Stewart and also plays with our friends at 'Licence to Ceilidh'

Richard Furlong

Frank Reid Scottish Dance Band - Richard Furlong

Richard learnt orchestral percussion at school, and has played in a variety of musical fields, from brass bands to pantomimes! His initial interest in all things Scottish emanates from his mother, who taught Scottish Country Dancing, and his father, who played piano as a youngster and took up Scottish Dance Band drumming in later years. In addition to playing in the Frank Reid Band for more years than he can now remember, Richard is well-known in the dance world for devising and running many successful Scottish dance holidays around the globe. Richard lives in deepest, darkest East Sussex with his wife Dawn, and their two golden labradors. 

John-Angus Smith

John-Angus Smith is a leading figure in the world of competitive piping having been a recent President of the Competing Pipers Association.  In August, 2015, he won the Gold Medal at the Argyllshire Gathering which qualified him to compete at the Glenfiddich Piping Championships, open only to the ten best pipers in the world.  John-Angus plays a few times a year with the band and is a first choice for weddings and larger events.