MP3: “Hellbound Sleigh” by The Rogues

Founded in Houston in 1994, The Rogues created a new genre of Celtic music with exceptionally well-played pipes and driving percussion. The band’s sound ranges from traditional pipes and drums to innovative textures incorporating whistles, keyboard and guitar, as well … Continue reading

Review: “5.0” by The Rogues (Repost)

5.0. Has Something for Everyone I really couldn’t imagine listening to an entire album of bagpipes… Well, I couldn’t until I heard The Rogues latest album, 5.O. The fifth release by Houston’s remarkable bagpipe & percussion quartet, The Rogues, is … Continue reading

Review: “Mist Covered Mountains” by Barrowburn

Barrowburn has a smooth speed in their music that beacons to listen to more of their style. And with their style you also get great a cappellas that are compelling to any soul. You’ll find hearty, traditional Celtic songs played … Continue reading

Free MP3 of “Pipers Refrain” by Barrowburn

The band Barrowburn hails out of Raleigh, NC and has been presenting traditional Celtic music on acoustic instruments for over 10 years. Barrowburn prides itself in their versatility. They are equally at home ripping through a set of jigs or … Continue reading

MP3: “Black Mountainside” by Rising Gael

Rising Gael plays neo-traditional Celtic music with strong contemporary genre influences. Since forming in 2004, Rising Gael has entertained audiences of all ages and musical interests in cities across the country. By transforming traditional tunes into modern arrangements and performing … Continue reading