Why are they called the “Ladies of Longford”? The Doyle family name, passed down to Stephanie and Heather from their father Francis Doyle, originated from County Longford, Ireland. So the name seemed very fitting.
 The group not only promotes itself as a whole, but also individually. Hilda still performs as a single act on occasion. Elizabeth also performs with Lone Raven, while Molly shares the stage with Sirens, McGuffey Lane, and Jonalee White Band. Heather has been a featured soloist with several local bands and Stephanie also appears with regional favorite The Rice Brothers. All these Ladies have a rich musical history both “on stage” and as recording artists.

"..these women are tremendously talented polished performers.."
- Sandra Puskarcik Director of Community Relations, Dublin Ohio 

 If you are attending the Dublin Irish Festival or some of the many Irish pubs in the Ohio region, you are bound to come across these Ladies.  You can also catch them at a number of national festivals throughout the country. Count on the Ladies of Longford to bring Celtic music to your soul. 
The members include Hilda Doyle and her two daughters, Stephanie Doyle Gamber and Heather Doyle Fraser, as well as guest musicians Elizabeth Blickenstaff and Molly Pauken.

   Celebrating seventeen years of their special brand of Celtic music, the Ladies of Longford serve up a unique blend of both traditional and contemporary styles.

This all woman band never ceases to excite and amaze it's audiences with high energy and beautiful harmonies. The Ladies perform Irish music along with various other genres such as Country, Classic Rock favorites and Americana.