Right Proper Lads
About The Band
The Right Proper Lads are a high-energy, Celtic-based duo from the Niagara area.
Graham Bettes (mandolin) and Dan Speck (guitar) bring a fresh perspective to each show and bring the audience along with them into music ranging from The Pogues, Flogging Molly, and Dropkick Murphys to Great Big Sea, The Tragically Hip and Led Zeppelin.
Graham and Dan connect their own Irish heritage to an interactive musical experience you won’t soon forget.
Sit down in front…they dare you.
Graham Bettes – Vocals & Mandolin
Fun Fact: If he isn’t busy performing at the pub or weddings around Niagara, Graham runs a charity supporting Military Veterans and First Responders who suffer from PTSD. Its goal is to reduce suicide rates in the community and move forward into post-traumatic growth. You can find out more by visiting valhallaprojectniagara.org.
Dan Speck – Vocals & Guitar
Fun Fact: Dan is the current voice of the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE), “Let’s Go The Ex!” He accompanies Graham playing bars and weddings across Niagara. Chat with them for your next event.
- Classic Rock
- East Coast
Our Weekly Live Music is Free Admission. Space is limited and reservations fill up quickly.
IMPORTANT: We won’t be accepting reservations during the summer months (June 30th – September 4th, 2023) for regular dining service. We will accommodate the reservations that are already in our system for those dates and we will still accept large-party reservation requests for Mondays – Thursdays by email request only.
For parties of up to 8 people, you can make a reservation quickly and easily using our online Booking Widget. For parties of 9 or more, you can only make a reservation by filling out our Contact Form.
We recommend making a reservation well in advance to secure your table. For more information please visit our Reservation Page.
*NOTE: We can’t always guarantee a table on the band side for reservations, although, we do our best to accommodate. We can sometimes move guests to a table on the band side when a table opens up and the waitlist permits.