Wednesday, February 28, 2018

2018-02-28 ALBUM REVIEW - TEMPEST "Thirty Little Turns" (2018)

Tempest "Thirty Little Turns" Magna Carta
Release date: February 23, 2018
Running time: 44:33, 10 tracks

Tempest has just released “Thirty Little Turns”. If you are not familiar with the band from Oakland, let’s say that they are the godfathers of the Celtic rock scene in the USA. Tempest was born in 1988 and they have released 11 studio albums, 1 collection of previously unreleased tracks from 1989 to 1992, 3 live albums, 1 live DVD, 1 compilation album + 1 DVD to celebrate their 20th anniversary, a 3 CD set to celebrate their 15th anniversary and a re-recording of their best songs to celebrate their 10th anniversary. The band is led by founding members Lief Sorbye (lead vocals, mando-guitar, mandolins, flute and tin whistle) and Adolfo Lazo (drums). Their band mates on the current incarnation of the band are Kathryn Buys (fiddle, vocals), Josh Fossgreen (bass, vocals) and Ab Menon (electric guitar). Tempest has released most of their discography on the Magna Carta label and all of those albums have been produced by Robert Berry, who usually guests on keyboards. In fact, they say that Robert is an honorary band member.

Tempest blends Irish folk, Scottish Folk, English folk and rock. Lief was born in Norway, and Norwegian folk has an important role on Tempest’s sound too. Besides, Adolfo is from Cuba and some Latin influence can be noticed on some tracks.  A long time ago, a friend of mine defined Tempest’s music as a cross between Jethro Tull and Thin Lizzy. And normally Tempest are labelled as a progressive band. I daresay that Tempest have taken the Fairport Convention, Steeleye Span and Five Hand Reel spirit and have fitted it to the 21st century.

Thirty Little Turns” features 3 original songs, one cover of a Beatles’ song, 3 instrumentals/sets of tunes and 3 covers of traditional songs. “Thirty Little Birds” is a song about the people Tempest has met during those 30 years. All the things that can be found on a Tempest song are present on this number: a kick-ass fiddle tune, a classic folk-rock sound, backing keyboards and an addictive electric guitar passage. “A Toast” is a well-written song,  maybe more English than Celtic. Curiously, IMHO, the fiddle has a classical sound at the beginning and at the end of the song. But this track is folk rock at its best. The third original is “Madeline Jones” and I find some Santana and Latin jazz influences on this track.

Tempest has decided to cover a song written by The Beatles, “Norwegian Wood”. The band is really tight, and fiddle, mandolin, drums and keyboards give a new lease of life to the song. The jig “Tripping up the Stairs” is played at the end of the song. That jig is a great tune that always work, just remember the Spirit of the West rendition on their “An Honest Gamble” song, which was later covered by The Pubcrawlers.

The first instrumental on “Thirty Little Turns” is “The Battle of Aughrim”. There is a short intro and then Tempest play a brilliant version of this traditional tune featuring some interesting flute and fiddle arrangements. The next set of tunes is tittled “Lahard Chase”: The Lahard Chase and In Walked Dalai were written by Patrick Caryannis and Harny’s Reel by Paul Meehan. Kathryn shines on fiddle and the rhythm section backs her perfectly. The third set of tunes is the closing number, “Swarb”. Swarb was Dave Swarbrick, the best British fiddler, who was a member of Fairport Convention and played together with Martin Carthy and Alistair Hullett (front man for Aussie Celtic punk legend band Roaring Jack). Needless to say that it’s one of the standout tracks on “Thirty Little Turns”.

The selection of the traditional songs is spotless: “Trollldans” is an awesome song sung by Lief in his mother tongue. “Johhny Cope” is sung with gusto by Lief and Kathryn. This song opened Planxty’s third album too and Lief is a fan of Andy Irvine. Finally, “High Germany” gets an enjoyable folk-rock treatment. Once again, Lief and Kathy share vocal duties. The tune at the end is titled “Brambleberry Reel” and was written by Kathy.

TempestThirty Little Turns” is solid effort by an excellent band. Fans of Celtic rock will love it. And fans of Celtic punk that also listen to folk metal and pirate metal should also give it a try.

Track listing:

01 - Johnny Cope 4:07
02 - Thirty Little Birds 4:18
03 - Battle of Aughrim 2:51
04 - Trolldans 4:03
05 - Norwegian Wood 3:56
06 - Lahard Chase 3:52
07 - A Toast 4:36
08 - High Germany 4:52
09 - Madeline Jones 4:28
10 - Swarb 7:09

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Friday, February 23, 2018


Seven vids that have been added tou our YouTube channel during the last 3 days!!!

Tempest - Thirty little Birds

Lennon Kelly - Mio Fratello

Black Water County - Rise and Fall

Mr. Irish Bastard - We are the Drunks

Finnegan's Hell - Shane MacGowan's Grave

The Real McKenzies - One Day

Rawlins Cross - Rock Steady


Thursday, February 22, 2018


Vintage Wine are a kick ass band from Prague (Czech Republic). Their videos and the reviews of their CDS can be found here.

Vintage Wine have shared for free the songs from their latest album "Thrashfolk" (minus one cover because of copyrights).


Petr Polák - vocals, mandolin
Jakub "Jayne" Boháč - guitar, vocals
Radim "Rybíz" Lapčík - fiddle
Martin Marek Menšík - drums
Pavel "Pšenda" Pšenička - bass



"Drums & Guns" (8 tracks, 2012)
"Selection of Grapes" (3 track EP, 2013)
"Thrashfolk" (12 tracks, 2015)

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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

2018-02-21 ALBUM REVIEW - FINNEGAN'S HELL "Life and Death" Heptown Records (2018)

Finnegan's Hell "Live and Death" Heptown Records HTR076
Release date: February 23, 2018
Running time: 38:29, 13 tracks

During the last weeks the weather here has been colder than normal. Several cold waves have brought heavy snow. Then, I’ve spent the weekends watching TV series, for instance, Bron-Broen season 3 and Modus season 2. Cold, snow and Swedish TV series: that was the right atmosphere to welcome Celtic punk music from Sweden. So I was lucky when the postman delivered “Life and Death”, the second album by Finnegan’s Hell.

Finnegan’s Hell decided to take it easy and then their sophomore CD is going to be released almost four years after their debut album. This time there are no covers. Although the lyrics to “Isn’t it Grand Boys?” are traditional, all the music has been written by the band or by Pabst and/or Mick. 12 tracks about losers, workers and "different" people. The title is clear: “Life and Death” and Finnegan’s Hell have felt that a minute of silence was compulsory at the end of the album.

There are no experiments on “Life and Death”, but straightforward Celtic punk. Finnegan’s Hell is a well-oiled machine and the songs have been tested and played live during 4 years. Almost half of the songs are based on the banjo and the accordion sounds and the other half on the tin whistle and the accordion sounds.

First of all, I review the songs where the tin whistle can be heard and secondly the ones on which the banjo can be heard. “Shane MacGowan’s Grave” was not chosen as single, but it’s one of the standout tracks on the album and will soon become a classic song on the band’s repertoire. Upbeat song with a kick ass tune at the end. “Cursed” has a catchy chorus and it’s one of my fave tracks too. “How Am I to Make it?" is a fantastic fast-paced cut about a loser.  “Whatcha gonna do?” is the closing number. It has the Finnegan’s Hell’s classic sound and some gang vocals, but I prefer the previous numbers.

As told before, Finnegan’s Hell have put new music to “Isn’t it Grand Boys”. Most of the song sound as some monks singing backed by the banjo. But after the song comes to its end, there is a badass banjo led tune.

All In”, another song about a loser, has some banjo and gang vocals à la Dropkick Murphys. I’ve particularly enjoyed the lyrics to “Rude Awakening” (all the lyrics to the song can be found on the 28 page booklet). “The Bastard Son” is a hypnotic number that I have also loved. “Paradise Town” is probably the catchiest song on “Life and Death”. I understand why the guys made a video for this anthem. “One-Horse Town” is an excellent rocking number. I’ve also appreciated the lyrics to this song, since they remind me of The Men They Couldn’t HangCompany Town”. “Dance Upon Your Grave” has a Velvet Underground sounding intro, but soon the song burst into a fast-paced Celtic punk number featuring guest Carl Nyqvist on fiddle.

Coal Mine” was the first single off “Life and Death”. I must admit that I didn’t enjoy this song with a reggae vibe. However, the song has grown on me. Accordion and banjo are played all along the song, but the tin whistle is also played in the middle. Great lyrics that obviously remind me of The Whisky Priests earlier stuff, for instance, “The Colliery”.

I don’t like Ikea, but I enjoy Swedish TV series, crimes novels and Celtic punk bands. Finnegan’s Hell are really a solid band and both music and lyrics are top-notch on this CD. Therefore, “Life and Death” is a well-balanced album. Thanks to their label Heptown Records for chosing the right date for the release of the album. A plethora of CDs will be released on St. Patrick’s Day and that will make us difficult to pay attention to all of them.

Track listing:

01 - Shane MacGowan's Grave 3:57
02 - All In 2:27
03 - Cursed 3:11
04 - Rude Awakening 2:50
05 - The Bastard Son 3:04
06 - Paradise Town 3:01
07 - How am I to make it? 2:10
08 - Coal Mine 2:49
09 - Isn't it Grand Boy? 3:46
10 - One-Horse Town 3:43
11 - Dance Upon Your Grave 2:34
12 - Whatcha Gonna Do? 3:52
13 - A Minute of Silence 1:00


Thursday, February 15, 2018


The Celtic punk scene is alive and kicking in Brazil. Little by little, new bands are established in other countries such as Argentina or Chile. But so far we have only heard of a couple of (Celtic) folk-punk bands in Mexico, Lucky 7 and Old Drunks.
El Batallón de San Patricio is a 6 piece band from Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico. They just played their debut gig last Sunday.

El Batallón de San Patricio has uploaded to Bandcamp some songs recorded at their rehearsal room. One of them, a cover of Flogging Molly "Drunken Lullabies" is available as a free download.

The story of the real San patricios can be checked out here.



Ricardo Martínez "Ricky"- Lead vocals
Rodrigo Rodríguez "Thunder"- Guitar
Emmanuel Muñoz - Bass
Adrián Flores "Kazio" - Drums
Juan Alejandro Alcalá - 5 string banjo
Ricardo Lupercio - Fiddle


Drunken Lullabies (Flogging Molly)

Monday, February 12, 2018


These are the latest videos that have been added to our YouTube channel. Remember to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Then you'll be able to watch all the new videos before they are posted here.
The Wailin Banshees - Copperhead Road

The Wailin Banshees - Fisherman's Blues

The Black Shamrocks - EPK

Sunday, February 11, 2018


Ovos Podres is a punk rock band with accordion and bagpipes from Vigo, Galicia. Their videos were previously featured on Celtic Folk Punk and More in 2013.


"Ovos Podres" (12 tracks, 2013)
"El Orinal de Vigo - Live in Chiapas, Cangas" (cover of Toy Dolls "She goes to Finos", 2013)
"Barcos de madera, homes de ferro" (6 track EP, 2017)



Karlos - Vocals
Chema - Guitar, bckg. vocals
Alex - Guitar
Montxo - Bass, bckg. vocals
Xulio - Accordion, bagpipes
Xabi - Drums


"s/t album"
"El orinal de Vigo (Life in Chiapas, Cangas)"
"Barcos de madeira, homes de ferro"



Saturday, February 10, 2018


These are the latest episodes of our friends' podcasts. BTW, Scott has a brand new website for his Paddys Home and Pub Podcast. Check it out!

Celtic Punkcast - Episode 11: February 2018



Grinning Beggar’s Paddy Rock Podcast – Episode #42: The Best of 2017 in Review

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Paddys Home and Pub Podcast - Cousins Paddy 40



Shite'n'Onions - The Best of 2017

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Friday, February 9, 2018


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Thursday, February 8, 2018


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Dust Rhinos - Billy Miner

Dropkick Murphys - Live at Resurrection Fest 2017

Matilda's Scoundrels - Bottles of Rum

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

2018-02-07 FREE DOWNLOAD - KONSUMO RESPETO "Los primeros días de la Ley Seca" (2018)

Spanish band Konsumo Respeto has just released an EP: "Los primeros días de la Ley Seca"


"Ahora que se ha ido el sol" (2002)
"Si te he visto no me acuerdo" (2005)
"Como te iba diciendo..." (2008)
"Elige la ruina" (2011)
"Recaída" (2016)
"Los primeros días de la Ley Seca" (2018)




Jorge - Vocals
Alberto - Guitar
Robe - Guitar
Blai - Drums
Iván - keyboards
Datán - Bagpipes & flute
Lea - Bass


Band's Website

Tuesday, February 6, 2018


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Gary Miller - Ballad of Lance-Sergeant William Stones

Goats Don't Shave - The Glasgow Bus

The Muckers - Day Drinking - Live on Good Gracious Show

Monday, February 5, 2018

2018-02-05 FREE DOWNLOAD - EBRI KNIGHT "Guerrilla" (2018)

Ebri Knight, the band from Catalonia, have just released their 5th album, "Guerrilla". They'll be on tour in March and April 2018 (Europe and Spain)

Mar 02 Sala But, Madrid, Spain
Mar 03 Sala Razmatazz, Barcelona, Spain
Mar 08 Dynamo, Zürich, Switzerland
Mar 09 Werk, Backstage, Munich, Germany
Mar 10 Astra Kulturhaus, Berlin, Germany
Mar 16 LKA-Longhorn, Stuttgart, Germany
Mar 17 Live Music Hall, Cologne, Germany
Mar 23 Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany
Apr 13 Jimmy Jazz, Gasteiz Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Apr 14 Sala Lava, Valladolid, Spain
Apr 20 Playa Club, La Coruna, Spain
Apr 21 Sir Laurens, Oviedo, Spain


"Tonades de fa temps" (16 tracks, 2012)
"La Palla Va Cara" (13 tracks, 2013)
"Foc!" (13 tracks, 2015)
"Cridarem Foc!" (22 tracks, 2017)
"Guerrilla" (12 tracks, 2018)

Wikipedia in Spanish
Wikipedia in Catalan


Víctor Launes - traverse flute, whistles, vocals
Toni Corrales - fiddle
Arnau Aymerich - lead vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin
Toti Julià - electric guitar
Adrià Díaz - drums
Albert Avilés - bass


Band's Website


Sunday, February 4, 2018

2018-02-04 ALBUM REVIEW - TIR NA NOG "From the Gallows" (2018)

Tir Na Nog "From the Gallows"
Release date: January 12, 2018
Running time: 47:54, 14 tracks

Tír Na nÓg is a name (with different spellings) that has been chosen by several bands. Tír na nÓg is a progressive-folk band founded in Dublin in 1969. Tir na N’Og is a Celtic rock band from Serbia formed in 2008 that changed its name to Alfapop when they started playing power pop. And Tir Na Nog is a Celtic rock band from Bavaria, Germany. “From the Gallows” is their fifth offering. They have previously released 3 albums and one EP: “After Work” (2.009), “Bitte Brew” (2.012), “Jack of Folk” (2.015) and “Ardacris” (2.016). Tir Na Nog is Volker Katzki (“Volker”, drums), Joachim Fink (“Joggl”, bass), Robert Meyer (“Robert”, lead vocals and acoustic guitar) Mathias Pracht (“Matze”, fiddle), and new members Sarah Kucharek (“Sarah”, vocals, futes) and Andreas Fingas (“Andi”, flutes, bagpipes).

Although three of the songs are related to the gallows subject (“Hangman’s Tale”, “Last Farewell” and maybe “O’Hanlon’s Last Words”), “From the Gallows" is not a concept album. Tir Na Nog uses traditional tunes or bits of tunes on some appealing songs. For instance, “Tam Lin” can be heard on “O’Hanlon’s Last Words”; "Gravel Walk” on “Hangman's Tale”; and “Keel Row” and another tune on “Story of Me Life” (and no, it isn’t the Social Distortion song). There is a full instrumental number on “From the Gallows”: “Bastard Reel”. This cut is dedicated to Mr. Irish Bastard. Tir Na Nog say that they wrote that tune when the gig that they were supposed to play with Mr. Irish Bastard was cancelled because MIB singer hurt his leg. The instrumental features the traditional tune “The High Reel”.

Celtic punk fans will enjoy the kick ass tracks “3 Nights in Town” and “Shawn O’Malley” (a song on which guest Silvia Lehmeier plays banjo). A video was shot for “Shawn O’Malley”, check it out at the bottom. Together with them, some Celtic pop songs stand out: “Monster (in my Mind)”, with flute, tin whistle and fiddle, and “Black November”, where the rhythm section perfectly backs the rest of the band. “Firestorm” is another interesting track. Sarah sings lead vocals and there are fantastic oh-oh-oh backing vocals, fiddle and bagpipes.

The last track performed by Tir Na Nog is a cover of “Wenn ich ton bin”, a song by a band called Luna Luna. This is the last song to be played at a Tir Na Nog gig, and a previous version can be found on “Bitte Brew”.

The bonus tracks are Tir Na Nog’s songs that are performed by some friends: “Sometimes When I’m Drunk” (original version on “After Work”) is played by Kilkenny Knights while “Johann der Pirat” (“Johnny the Pirate” on “Jack of Folk”) by Nobody Knows. Good choice of songs and bands to close the album.

From the Gallows” comes in a four panel digipack with an 8 page booklet. It has been released by Prosodia, the label run by Nobody Knows member Max.

I’m not familiar with the band’s previous CDs. But after having checked out their track listings, I can say that “From the Gallows” is their most personal work. Most of the tracks are self-penned songs and the band is really tight.

Track listing:

01. O'Hanlon's Last Words 03:34
02. Hangman's Tale 03:28
03. Firestorm 03:43
04. Monster (in my mind) 05:58
05. Last Farewell 03:54
06. 3 Nights in Town 02:31
07. Shaun O'Malley 02:41
08. Monday Stroll 03:30
09. Black November 03:55
10. Bastard Reel 01:45
11. Story of my Life 03:35
12. Wenn ich tot bin 03:23
13. Sometimes When I'm Drunk (Kilkenny Knights) 03:05
14. Johnny Pirate (Nobody Knows) 03:06


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Review by Kinksmarkham

Saturday, February 3, 2018


Beercandu is a new Celtic punk band from Solo, Indonesia.

"My Way", their first single, is on the main digital platforms, an can be downloaded from Reverbnation for free.


Today it’s time I can do because I believe
For my god and my faith
Today until the next time
This is real good time
There’s no reason to start again
Nothing elese matter other than fighting
This is my way (dont disturb)
I can kick you until die
I don’t care about you
This is my way
So don’t make me look bas
If that happen, you know the result
This is my life
This is my way



Friday, February 2, 2018


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 Kilmaine Saints - Whiskey Blues and Faded Tattoos

Ebri Knight - Vientos del pueblo (Lyric video)

Paddy and The Rats - Join the Riot

Thursday, February 1, 2018


Jimmy George have been previously featured on Celtic Folk Punk and More (links here). They are featured again, since their debut album "A Month Of Sundays" and their compilation "Same Sh#!%t Different Night" (minus the covers) are available as a Name Your Price Download at Bandcamp.


"No, there is no one in the band named Jimmy. The origins of the band name have remained secret since the members swore an oath to never reveal its deeper meaning. Formed in 1991 as a busking band to raise spare change for food, cigarettes and beer, the band's first on-stage performance was at one of the regular Wednesday night talent competitions at the Duke of Somerset pub in Ottawa. They did not win. They were, however, offered a regular show at the Duke of Somerset, which they gladly accepted as visions of draught beer and cash danced in their heads. Five years later, Sunday nights at the Duke of Somerset have become synonymous with Jimmy George, and line-ups down the street are the norm. Noticed by CBC Radio producer Bill Stunt at one of their two opening slots with Spirit of the West in 1993, the band recorded their debut release, A Month of Sundays, with the CBC's assistance. The disc, released April 1st, 1994, is already in its fifth pressing and (so far) reaction has been unanimously good. The follow-up disc, Hotel Motel, was released by Cargo/MCA in November 1995. Their label, Cargo Records, went bankrupt in 1997.

A bit later, their home away from home, The Duke of Somerset, changed ownership and began renovations. With the disruption caused by the renovations and the departure of many of the staff, numbers started to decline for the weekly shows at the Duke. When drummer Tom Werbo decided to call it quits, the band faced the age-old decision: recruit and train a new drummer, or call it quits? The consensus was to take a hiatus as the thousands of shows were starting to take their toll on the band members' enthusiasm. So an officially-entitled "last show" was booked at Barrymore's in Ottawa on St. Patrick's day (of course), 1998.

Well, like many other bands, it was only a matter of time before the band members started to miss the crowds, the cash, and of course the beer, so on the occasion of mandolin player Joel Carlson's wedding in the spring of 2000, the band reunited to remember old songs and play amongst old friends. Without the stresses of a weekly show the old energy was back and the played in June 2000 at Barrymore's to a record crowd and consequently record beer sales.

2001 sees the band playing another showcase show at Barrymore's in April and the release of a compilation CD featuring previously released studio material, some unreleased live songs and one new studio track recalling their trip to the UK a few years back."

(Source: Wikipedia)

"The band have ceased recording and playing as a unit for the most part, playing a "final" show in 1997. They played regular "reunion" shows in Ottawa to celebrate St. Patrick's Day or over the Christmas holidays for several years. In April, 2002 the band headlined Ottawa's Tulip Festival Concert Series and played a headlining show at Ottawa's Barrymore's Music Hall, flying in accordion player Mickey Vallee for the occasion from his new home of Edmonton, Alberta.

October 7, 2007, the former owners and staff of the Duke of Somerset pub organized a reunion event at local pub The Heart and Crown. Jimmy George played two sets with the line-up of J (vocals/acoustic guitar), Jeff (banjo), Mike (electric guitar), Joel (mandolin/bass), Rob (drums), Steve (bass/mandolin/accordion) and guest appearances by Angela McFall (Fairytale of New York) and Madeleine Giguere (Rock and Roll Thing) on vocals and Colin Burns on bass for a few songs.

March 17, 2008, the band played a St. Patrick's Day show at Zaphod Beeblebrox in Ottawa. The lineup for this show consisted of J Todd (vocals, acoustic guitar), Joel Carlson (mandolin), Rob Porter (drums), Steve Donnelly (bass, electric guitar, accordion) and Colin Burns (bass on a few songs). This show was likely the smallest version of Jimmy George to ever perform live.

In December 2011 the band celebrated their 20th anniversary with 3 shows at Kaffe 1870 (Wakefield QC) and Elmdale House Tavern (Ottawa ON). Altman flew in from Japan for the occasion, and Vallee made the trek from western Canada. The band played to packed houses 3 nights in a row and the second night featured all three drummers from the band's history, Altman, founding member Rob Porter and Tom Werbowetski.

The members continue to perform in bands including: Bible All-Stars (Carlson); The Kingmakers, Ninety Pounds of Ugly (Donnelly); Mike McDonald Broadband (Vallee)

Several of the band's songs have been performed by other bands, most notably Breakfast With St. Swithin which appeared on Vancouver band The Town Pants' CD. Other bands have performed the band's Token Celtic Drinking Song despite the fact that the song has no official lyrics and many of the words are improvised and undiscernable even on the recorded version.

The band's songs have been featured in several television programs including Toddlers and Tiaras, and Southie Rules.

Though they usually played in Ottawa, on one memorable occasion, they played a bar in Toronto. Clearly unfamiliar with the demands of a Celtic rock band (that hated Celtic music) and its fans, the bar ran out of beer long before the band ran out of songs. Disgruntled fans made do with shots, mixed drinks, and sarcastic mutters. Later that evening, a second disaster nearly struck as Mickey, hands busy with an accordion solo, tried desperately to spit out a cigarette that had become dangerously stuck to his bottom lip. All was well, however, and shortly thereafter, the band played a cover of "Home for A Rest." The resultant dancing caused the floor to bounce, propelling even those who did not normally partake in rhythmic activities into lurching back and forth as the floor jigged and reeled. (Source: admittedly fuzzy memories of the evening.)"


2017: the band (J Todd -vocals, Michael Spike Lawson -guitar , Joel Carlson - mandolin, Jeff Kerr - banjo, Steve Donnelly - bass, Tim Connolly - drums, Stuart Rutherford - fiddle and Robert Alexander - accordion) played a St. Patrick's Day gig at House of TARG in Ottawa


"A Month of Sundays" - Bandcamp
"Same S#!%t Different Day" - Bandcamp
Artwork for "Same S#!%t Different Day", liner notes and original track listing


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