Wednesday, December 12, 2018


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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

2018-12-11 THE BEST OF 2018 COMING SOON

The Best of 2018 will be posted before Christmas.

Remember that only free downloads and the CDs that have been received for review and/or airplay will be taken into account. If your band forgot to forward a CD and you want your CD to be eligible for the Best of 2018, please drop me a line asap

Please don't forward links to albums on streaming.

I'm looking for new studio albums/EPs released in 2018. Compilations and albums whose songs are not mainly original material (that is, albums based only on covers and/or trad stuff) won't make the Best of 2018.

Monday, December 10, 2018


Budweis Drunken Bastards was founded at the beginning of 2018 when three members of Pirates of the Pubs left that band.

Budweis Drunken Bastards have just released a two track demo. Both songs can be downloaded from the band's Bandzone site.




Démonika - lead vocals
knuP - guitar
Rimmsie - bass, vocals
Dr. Zicherheitz - accordion, vocals
Hazmen - banjo, acoustic guitar
Vojta - acousticguitar
Ony - drums


Vitamín - Irish flute, ukulele, vocals

Demo 2018 tracklisting:

1 - Budweis Drunken Bastards 2:36
2 - All for me Grog 2:56

Mix: Honza Vozáry
Mastering: Honza Vozáry
Album art: Woody



Wednesday, December 5, 2018


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Tuesday, December 4, 2018


Sydney bush/ folk punk institution Handsome Young Strangers will drop their brand new mini album ‘The Bleeding Bridge’ on Fri Dec 07. The mini album will be the ninth release on the fledging Tasmanian label “Folk ‘Til Ya Punk” and is available in physical and digital formats.

It has been six years since the release of the ‘Thunderbolt’ single and the accompanying video which gathered nearly 2 million views on YouTube and even found its way onto the Country Music TV Channel !

In 2016 the band released their ‘Battle Of Broken Hill’ EP which was their first for the ‘Folk ‘Til Ya Punk’ label and made many end of year best of lists for 2016 worldwide.

The Bleeding Bridge EP contains three original tracks as well as a cover of the Triffid’s classic:  ‘Wide Open Road’ (featuring Jason Walker on pedal steel) and notably, a suitably shambolic  breakneck version of the Australian Trad tune “Limejuice Tub”!

About Handsome Young Strangers

Handsome Young Strangers are a Sydney folk / punk / bushband comprising of 6 core members and a revolving door of guests.  Formed in 2004 and taking influences from bands such as Roaring Jack, Weddings Parties Anything, Redgum and The Bushwackers, the band built a loyal inner city following through their intense live shows.  This interest quickly led to major festival appearances and to date they have appeared at:  Woodford Folk Festival, National Folk Festival, Great Escape Festival, Sydney Blues & Roots Festival, Illawarra Folk Festival and many more.

Handsome Young Strangers today show no sign of slowing down with an album planned for 2019 backed up with plenty of interstate touring and festival appearances.

Sydney launch show:

Sydney – Marrickville Bowling Club, Marrickville:  Fri Dec 14, 2018

Also appearing at:

Botany View Hotel, Newtown:  Mon Dec 31
Hobofopo Folk/Punk Festival, Hobart:  Dec 7 – 9, 2018
Illawarra Folk Festival:  Jan 17 – Jan 20, 2019
Union Hotel, Newtown:  Sun Jan 27, 2019


1. Coming Home (Dickinson) 3.26
2. The Bleeding Bridge (Dickinson) 3.30
3. Limejuice Tub (Trad / HYS) 3.15
4.The Rose Hill Packet (Hyland) 3.09
5. Wide Open Road (D. McComb) 4.10

Track 5 originally recorded by The Triffids

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Michael Carpenter at Love Hz Studios, Leichardt – Aug / Sep 2018.

Handsome Young Strangers are:

Drizabone D:   Lead Vocals (Tracks 1,2,3 & 5),  Mandola, Acoustic, Percussion
Mark ‘Na-Na’ Hyland:  Lead Vocals (Track 4), Electric Guitars, Acoustic, Baritone
Edward Lawlor:  Mandolin, Tin Whistle, Vocals
Adam Young: Electric Guitars, Vocals
Dave Hatt:  Bass, Electric Guitar (Track 4), Vocals
Mark ‘Looch’ Lewis:   Drums, Percussion, Vocals

Special guests on this recording:

Ben Pattinson: Squeeze Box (tracks 1,2 & 3)
Luke Moller: Fiddle (tracks 1, 3 & 5)
Jason Walker: Pedal Steel (track 5)
Michael Carpenter:  Honky Tonk Piano (track 4), Backing Vocals (track 5)

Front cover art by Jimmy Meeks at Fatal Design

Cover layout and design by Jim Mongrel at Drink Coffee & Destroy


Monday, December 3, 2018


Alternative Ulster have just released their third album "Merry Feckin' Christmas!" on December 1, 2018

Todd Henry - Drums and Vocals
Jay Andersen - Guitar and Bass
Wendy Henry - Vocals
John McGovern - Bagpipes and Banjo
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jay Andersen at Operation-Audio / Bohemosphere in Saugerties, NY 

Sunday, December 2, 2018


The Basque band The Potes hails from Arrasate ("Mondra") and started in 2012. I saw them live together with Skontra at the Elorriko Gaztetxea. In 2014, Jul Bolinaga (banjo) died after a gig in Bergara. Jul was a punk legend in the Basque Country and Spain, since he was a member of RIP, The Kagas and The Meas. Besides, he was a guest playing guitar on Kortatu's third studio album.

In September 2017 The Potes opened for Ferocious Dog in Vitoria-Gasteiz.

The Potes have just released their debut album titled "Ametsak dira egi erabat bete aurretik". Twelve tracks together with a couple of bonus tracks, "La sombra del banjo" (sung in Spanish), a tribute to the late Jul, and "Harro nago". Aitor Huizi (Huntza) plays fiddle. The tracks are sung either in Basque or in English.

The album has been recorded at the band's place and at Higain estudioa. Physical copies will be available at the beginning of December at the Durangoko Azoka (Basque Book and Record Fair).

Wikipedia (in Basque)


Asier Sala - electric guitar, vocals
Josu Romeo - acoustic guitar, vocals
Ibai Lakuntza - bass, vocals
Igor Sala - accordion
Beñat Abasolo - banjo
Julen Zabaleta - acoustic guitar
Peru Altube - drums


Saturday, December 1, 2018


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Tuesday, November 27, 2018


Irish Alehound is a celtic punk band from Imola, Italy. They've released 3 demo tracks in June 2018.
The line-up is Alessandro Panzo Franzoni (lead vocals), Simone Loretti (banjo, bck. vocals), Tomasso Murolo (acoustic guitar), Matteo Rossi (accordion), Giovanni Mongio Montanari (bass), Samuele Anconelli (drums) and Lorenzo Poggiali (electric guitar).



Monday, November 26, 2018

2018-11-26 NAME YOUR PRICE DOWNLOAD - FALPERRYS "Nova abordagem"

Falperrys (Galicia) released their second album "Nova abordagem" last June 15th, 2018. The album is now available at Bandcamp as a Name Your Price download.

You can get it for free, but I'm sure that they'd appreciate very much if you could leave a tip.

Track no. 3 "Nove crozes" is a cover of The Wolfe Tones "Go on Home British Soldiers". Track no. 7 "Histórias da avoença" is a cover of The Pogues "Streams of Whiskey", lyrics by Skacha. Track no. 10 "Traginho de vinho" is a cover of Zurrumalla with a final inspiration from Soziedad Alkoholika. Track no. 11 is the well-known  "John Ryan's Polka". And track no. 11 "Nunca mais me roubam" is a cover of "The Irish Rover" (guests on this track: Rubén de Donramiro, Suso Soak and Sime Keltoi! on vocals, María de Gaioso on fiddle and Kg o Boticario on tin whistle). María de Gaioso also plays the fiddle on the last track, "Arousa".

As usual, some songs are already on rotation at Celtic Folk Punk Radio.




Sunday, November 25, 2018


A couple of bands you probably first hear at Celtic Folk Punk and More have released an advance of their upcoming albums: "Home in Song" from Mickey Rickshaw "Home in Song" and "Let Me Go" from The Shillelaghs 2019 album.

Both tracks are already on rotation at Celtic Folk Punk Radio.

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Saturday, November 24, 2018

2018-11-24 LISTEN TO BASTARDS ON PARADE NEW ALBUM "Cara a liberdade"

Bastards on Parade are finally back! They've just released "Cara a liberdade" on the label Maldito Records. All the songs are sung in their mother tongue, Galician. Track no. 7, "Voltarei" is a rendition of Cock Sparrer "We're coming back", a song that Bastard on Parade have been covering in English at their shows. Track no. 9 is a Galician traditional folk song, "Rianxeira". The album is available on the following links:

Maldito Records

Friday, November 23, 2018


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Gráinne Hunt and Brendan Walsh (The Led Farmers) - The Lakes of Pontchartrain

Thursday, November 22, 2018

2018-11-22 NAME YOUR PRICE DOWNLOAD - McONAK "Gure naufragioak"

The McOnak third album "Gure naufragioak" is out and available as a Name Your Price download. Physical copies will be available at the beginning of December.

The current line-up is Koldo Sanchez (bass), Kemen Atxurra (electric guitar), Miguel Gutierrez (banjo), Joseba Iturraspe (vocals, acoustic guitar), together with new members Martzel Navarro (drums), Beñat Zaton (accordions) and Irati Irizar (fiddle). The guests on the album are Irantzu Garamendi (Cloverwind, tin whistle), Iñaki Zabaleta (Ken Zazpi, button accordion and Hammond organ), Ager Insunza (Audience).

You can download the album for free, but it'd be nice if you could leave a tip.

As usual, some songs are alraedy on rotation at Celtic Folk Punk Radio.





Monday, November 19, 2018


Free Download of the 3 download only bonus tracks available with The Whisky Priests "Bloody Well Everything! (The Complete Works 1985-2000)".



Sunday, November 18, 2018


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Thursday, November 8, 2018

2018-11-08 - LISTEN TO CAROTTÉ "Dansons donc un quadrille avant de passer au cash"

These are all the tracks from "Dansons donc un quadrille avant de passer au cash", the second album released by Quebecer punk folkers Carotté. Click HERE to buy the CD.

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

2018-11-07 THE FIGHTING 69th - MORE STUFF

Formed originally as a trio in 2007, The Fighting 69th has gone through a dozen members, several records, and a lot of shows. Being the chief songwriter and performing the majority of the album instrumentals and vocals, Raymond Ball has decided to pick back up where he left off years ago and try to keep carrying the flag.

As usual, some songs are on rotation at Celtic Folk Punk radio.


Tuesday, November 6, 2018


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Three Finger Shot - Pogey Beach

Skinny Lister - 38 Minutes

Monday, November 5, 2018


Bucky Lastard is an Irish-American Country Punk band based in Atlanta. They take the Irish punk sounds from the streets of Boston and bring them down south and give them a Country-Western twang. Everyone in the band had a background in music some way or other. Some had played with Atlanta Irish Rock band The Muckers others were part of punk bands like Dispute and Who’s To Say. One day, they all met up just to hang out and jam and look for a new sound. A few months later, a new band was formed!


Brian Walsh - Accordion, piano
Michelle Brannon - Fiddle, tambourine
Brandon Woody - Guitar
Patrick Moss - Bass
Jason Tennyson - Drums


Lucky Bastard have released a 4 track EP last October. The songs are already on rotation on Celtic Folk Punk Radio

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Wednesday, October 31, 2018


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Ferocious Dog - The Landscape Artist

Ebri Knight - Viva la Quinta Brigada


Tuesday, October 30, 2018


The Celtic Kitchen Party plays a mix of traditional and contemporary East Coast, Irish and Scottish Celtic Music as well as a healthy dose of Pop, Classic Rock and Country!  Based in Kingston, Ontario, Celtic Kitchen Party brings a lively high energy feel to any venue which you are sure to remember. 


The band is hoping you will consider helping them (for as little as $1) as they prepare to launch their VERY FIRST crowd funding campaign.  What is crowd funding?  By definition it is to fund (a project or venture) by raising money from a large number of people who each contribute a relatively small amount, typically via the Internet.  They plan to use the site Patreon which uses the language patron to identify those who contribute.  So, what exactly is a patron?  You know how theaters and museums have a plaque listing all the people who have helped them out?  EXACTLY THAT.  Synonyms for patron might be sponsor, supporter, backer, benefactors, contributor, donor etc. and by definition a patron is a person who gives financial or other support to a person, organization, cause or activity. 

They hope you will help give them a good kickstart to their campaign by signing up as a patron, at least for the first month, or two, to give a greater impression of their numbers.  They're truly grateful for your time and consideration. In exchange for your patronage you’ll receive their undying love (of course) but also you receive the benefits of being a patron.  Their first single is being released Nov 1st (and a new song monthly thereafter) which will be available exclusively to their patron community.  (plus as soon as you sign up you'll receive access to both their singles "Amazing Grace" and "Jump & Drink").  With your help they’re hoping that once they get a few patrons registered then the campaign can open up to the general public and they can hopefully watch the ball roll.  At that point, they understand if you remove your patronage – truly, they’re grateful for your help in getting this idea off the ground.  Of course – feel free to continue on with them – they hope to keep the songs rolling out (they’ve many in the can so to speak, excitedly sitting in the wings waiting for their chance to shine)!

Here’s the link:

The Celtic Kitchen Party

Andrew Vanhorn, Colin Skinner, Tedd Chew, Scott Jackson, Martyn Piper

Monday, October 29, 2018


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Sunday, October 28, 2018

2018-10-28 ALBUM REVIEW - IN SEARCH OF A ROSE "Horses for Courses" (2018)

In Search of a Rose "Horses for Courses"
Release date: October 10, 2018
Running time: 41:19, 12 tracks


In Search of A Rose are back with a badass album. This German band was established in Lemgo in 1992 and they released a bunch of recordings in the 90s: the cassette demo “Pirates of Folk” (1.993), the albums “Conquering” (1.995), “Fresh Lotus Surprise” (1.997) and “Extravaganza” (2.000) and the 6 track EP “Freaks” (1.996). If the sextet was very active during their first 8 years, they turned into a five piece band and only recorded 3 albums in the next 18 years: the brilliant “Kind on Green” (2008), their 20th anniversary live album “Reels and Roses Live” (2012, review HERE) and their brand new studio album “Horses for Courses”.

In Search of a Rose Horse for Courses” is a well balanced mix of Irish and American sounds.
The most amazing thing is that 4 original members are still on board, Ebl, Maze, Rudi and MacGable. Joanne also recorded their previous album and she keeps up her good work on fiddle.The album kicks off with “Paddywhackery”, a piss-take about the Celtic punk scene in Germany. This song is a sort of German answer to The Real McKenzies song “Fuck the Real McKenzies” from their latest album “Two Devils will Talk”. So, “Paddywhackery” is an addictive Celtic punk number where the likes of Mr. Irish Bastard, The O’Reillys & The Paddyhats, Fiddler’s Green, The Ceili Family and Andrew Watts aka Spider Mahone are mentioned. BTW, the lyrics to the next song, “Sentry”, were written by Andrew about his experience in Afghanistan. The song features harmonica and has a The Waterboys feel.

Somerset Cider” is another standout number, a Celtic punk song with an American twist. You can listen to an edited version of this song on the second video at the bottom of this post. This song is a tribute to Bath, an English town where the band lived.

Rebel Town” is a recurrent title in In Search of a Rose discography. The new one is called “Rebel Town 4.0” and the guitar at the beginning reminds me of Christy Moore’s albums from the end of the 80’s. Nice fiddle at the end of the song too.

The excellent “Buckfast Girl” is an upbeat number featuring accordion and fiddle. This one will become a live fave too.

London N21” has a reggae sound. Not my cup of tea, but fortunately there’s a fiddle tune that saves the song.

Idilia Dubb” is a song about the tragedy of a Scottish girl visiting the river Rhine in 1.851. It’s followed by one of my fave tracks on the album, the set of tunes “Transatlantic”. Kick ass fiddle and tin whistle.

In Search of a Rose cover the Swedish folk punk band Tequila Girls on “Harbour of Souls”. Awesome rendition that has The Waterboys sound too. The boys and girl are delivering in a row some fantastic songs and the next one keeps up the level. If you bought the band’s previous album, you should be familiar with the infectious anthem “Rebel Fritzpatrick”. I’ve not found any sample for this studio version, but I’ve added the longer live version from “Reels and Roses Live” at the bottom. Enjoy!

To finish up, more shamrockandroll on the rocking “Hay, Straw and Gold” and some bluegrass on “The Whole World Round”, where ISOAR give a new lease of life to The Dillards song.

2018 would be a good year for the fans that love the European Celtic punk scene of the 90’s. The Whisky Priests are playing their reunion tour, Lady Godiva are back under a new incarnation, Kings and Boozers,  and In Search of a Rose have finally released their long awaited 5th studio album.


01 - Paddywhackery 3:21
02 - Sentry 3:52
03 - Somerset Cider 3:23
04 - Rebel Town 4.0 3:35
05 - Buckfast Girl 3:49
06 - London N21 3:55
07 - Idilia Dubb 3:44
08 - Transatlantic 2:59
09 - Harbour of the Souls 4:21
10 - Farewell (Rebel Fritzpatrick) 3:06
11 - Hay, Straw And Gold 3:06
12 - Whole World Round 2:04


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Review by Kinksmarkham

Saturday, October 27, 2018

2018-10-27 ALBUM REVIEW - BLEEDING HEARTS "The Rules of Division" (2018)

Bleeding Hearts "The Rules of Division"
Release date: August 3rd, 2018
Running time: 49:25, 11 tracks

I’ve been a Bleeding Hearts fan from their very beginning. I own their long deleted three early albums and I have posted a lot of news about them. Moreover, I reviewed their fantastic previous album “Folk’n’Glory”. Around 2013 Mark “Madfiddler” Knight left the band and they tried to find a replacement on fiddle. Apparently their search was not successful and Bleeding Hearts decided to follow as a four piece band sans fiddle. Once the kings of the British fiddle punk scene together with the mighty Levellers, Bleeding Hearts were forced to “drop” the fiddle. Anyway, they didn’t leave their anarcho folk punk.

Would Bleeding Hearts be able to keep their place at the British festival band scene? Foxie and his band mates have always been a hard-working band and his songwriting has never let us down. Then, the answer should be YES, they are still at the forefront of that scene. However, the obvious proof would be a new album. “The Rules of Division” is out and even if the stakes were high, the final result is a fine album.

A couple of drinking songs are some of the best moments on the album. “Down the Hatch” is the Bleeding Hearts’ answer to Christy MooreDelirium Tremens”. Great work by Ewan on mandolin. No fiddle? So what! British folk punk at its best. “Whiskey is the One” is an ode to Jack Daniel’s. One of the catchiest songs on the album, it keeps the spirit of their earlier sound too.

More faves, tracks 1 and 6. “The Devil’s Mosh” showcases a new excellent sound based on a perfect balance between mandolin and electric guitar, while “Pleasure Hive” insists on that new sound adding a lot of la-la-las to sing along.

Other interesting numbers are “Cool Cats” (a different number that gets a club from the 50’s treatment), “Don’t Call this Love” (brilliant mandolin and woahs on a song that reminds me of the early songs written by Levellers member Simon Friend), “Common Man” (an upbeat song with a Pretenders vibe) and “This Nature” (a number with a passage that reminds me of Red Hot Chili Pepers and a great guitar work). Finally, the fast-paced (folk) punk anthem “Tory Attack” is the evidence that Bleeding Hearts’ attitude has not changed.

For those who still love physical CDs, the album comes in a jewel case with a 12 page booklet together with the lyrics to all of the songs. “The Rules of Division” album launch gig will take place on Saturday 17th November at Katie Fitzgeralds in Stourbridge.


01 - The Devil's Mosh 5:42
02 - Cool Cats 3:18
03 - Common Man 3:35
04 - Don't Call This Love 5:11
05 - Tory Attax 4:11
06 - Pleasure Hive 4:57
07 - This Nature 4:04
08 - Three Wise Monkeys 3:21
09 - Down the Hatch 4:30
10 - Whiskey Is the One 5:05
11 - All Fall Down 5:29


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Review by Kinksmarkham

Thursday, October 25, 2018

2018-10-25 FREE DOWNLOAD - SCOTCH "Last in the Bar" EP

The Austrian band Scotch has recently released a digital  EP titled "Last in the Bar". It can be downloaded from the band's website.

DOWNLOAD (click on Free EP at the bottom at the left):


Wednesday, October 24, 2018

2018-10-24 VIDEO - TRANSPHER "Cardiff"

The new video by the French band Transpher, a tribute to Cardiff (Wales).

Tuesday, October 23, 2018


Lexington Field announced they are releasing two new albums, Dreamers and Modern Times, on Thursday, November 1, 2018. The 10-song LP, Dreamers, is Lexington Field’s fourth full-length album in their nine-year run as San Diego fiddle rockers. The second album is a 5-song EP called Modern Times, their third career EP release.

Both albums were tracked at Weathertop Studio (Anza, CA) in March and April 2018 by Matt Maulding. Maulding also mixed and mastered Dreamers and performed keys, harmonica and backing vocals on the record. Modern Times was mixed and mastered by Sean Tolley at Clarity Recordings (Rancho San Diego, CA).

Beau Gray (Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar), Bryan Hane (Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar), the return of Cami Smith (Violin), Nick Sitar (Drums, Percussion) and Nick Freeling (Bass) are performing on both albums. Lyrics were written by Beau Gray and Bryan Hane. Album artwork was created by Beau Gray. Songs were produced and performed by Lexington Field, including additional songwriting credit to Tom Lazet.

In the summer of 2017, we started writing songs again. It was time to write about all the positivity and hope we experienced in our daily lives. Love, family, our children, and the dreams we were so blessed to have come true, inspired the songs of both albums. Dreamers is an uplifting, catchy record, one we always wanted to write, and finally decided to take the leap into a more inclusive, all-ages sound. Five songs really tapped into our pop punk roots, which lead us to separate them from the pack, and give them their own home in Modern Times. We are very proud of all these songs and hope the positivity stands out and represents us as the artists we have become over this last decade. Our family, friends, and fans have supported us all these years, and both albums honor them. We are humbled, and very lucky to continue to create fiddle rock music in Lexington Field.

-    Beau Gray (Lead Vocals, Guitarist of Lexington Field)

Lexington Field will be celebrating the release of both albums on Saturday, October 27, 2018 at the Soda Bar in San Diego, CA as they share the stage with the very talented Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band!

Monday, October 22, 2018


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Sunday, October 21, 2018

2018-10-21 NAME YOUR PRICE DOWNLOAD - THE KING'S BUSKETEERS "Boston to Belfast-The Bedroom Sessions"

The King’s Busketeers is a folk band from Massachusetts that began when three friends from King Richard’s Faire decided to play a gig together, adding American folk songs and spirited originals to the traditional English, Scottish, and Irish songs they sang at the Faire. The trio gradually blossomed into a full-fledged band, taking on new talent and new adventures across New England, wowing old friends, and drawing new fans into an ever-growing, enthusiastic audience. The band is composed of Sam Atwood, Josh Gannon-Salomon, and Andrew Prete. The Busketeers cultivate a high-energy, soulful folk sound with rich vocal and instrumental harmonies, a refreshing blend of tenderness and humor, and enough foot-stomping, bone-shaking power to lift the lid of a venue clean off!

"We are The King's Busketeers, a high-octane folk group from Massachusetts (and a little bit Rhode Island)! We make traditional songs from the British Isles and North America shake the rafters, with some bardic acapella hollering and floor-stomping originals added in for flavor. Come, friend, and have a listen!"



Joshua Gannon-Salomon - Vocals, guitar, mandolin, banjo, percussion, fiddle
Andrew Prete - Vocals, 12 string guitar, mandolin, harmonica
Sam Atwood - Vocals, bass, banjo, guitar, cajon, paino, beatboxing, hand drums, didgeridoo,most other instruments





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