MP3: Raise a Glass by the Rolling Kings

The Rolling Kings, a five-piece Celtic Rock ensemble, took its name from the lyrics of the old shanty, “South Australia”.  Hailing from St. John’s, the band draws influence from the roots music of Newfoundland and Ireland, but also from rock, … Continue reading

MP3: “South Australia” by Tallymoore

  Comprised of five members, each one brings something different to the table. Backgrounds musical theater, classical violin, the members of Tallymoore have joined with pints of enthusiasm as they bring their own, new interpretation to Irish folk music. This … Continue reading

“Johnny O’Brady’s Lea” by Staggering Jack

Staggering Jack is a Los Angeles based band with Celtic roots and a truly unique sound. With a musical tip of the hat to everything from Django to Mumford and Sons, 500 year old Scottish folk songs to original tunes … Continue reading

MP3: “Dicey Riley” by Marc Gunn

Kilts.  Cats. Science Fiction. Irish drinking songs. Nowhere else but from the bizarre imagination of Marc Gunn would those four elements be so neatly integrated. Marc Gunn–”The Celtfather”–is an award-winning Celtic folk musician. Armed with an autoharp, he riotously combines … Continue reading