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: Flashpoint “A Timely Misadventure”

Flashpoint intrigued me when I saw their EP, “A Timely Misadventure,” come up on the list for review. Not just because they’re local to me, and I do like giving local talent a shot, but because I’m addicted to television … Continue reading

Review: “Black & Blue” by Trinity River Whalers

This is my first Celtic Music Magazine review, and hopefully you’ll find it useful so it won’t be my last. I chose the Trinity River Whalers Black & Blue as my first foray into this forum partially because they’re local … Continue reading

“Black Rogue” by Flashpoint

Article by Robert Howell Flashpoint is a new Irish music band comprised of three of the finest young musicians in the north Texas area: Joseph Carmichael and brothers David and Daniel Mehalko. They have performed at the North Texas Irish … Continue reading

The Rogues Classic Are Back!

I fell in love with bagpipes and drums because of one band, The Rogues. The band redefined  bagpipe music by combining two bagpipes with two drums, great melodies and bagpipe harmonies, and a ton of fun. The band peaked in … Continue reading