Representing some of the finest musicians on earth!

Irish Music All Stars

Irish Music All Stars

The ultimate trad supergroup comprised of Jimmy Keane, Pat Broaders, Pauline Conneely and Laurence Nugent bring a legendary lineup, a list of credentials that won’t quit and an amazing and lively show. Click HEREfor more information.

Drowsy Lads

The Drowsy Lads thundered onto the Irish music scene in the US over 15 years ago and their fire and comradery has won over both casual music-lovers and those steeped in hardcore Trad. 2018 brought the release of their 4th album, Everyone In, and the distinction of “Best Irish American Band of 2018.” Click HERE for more information

Brother Crowe

Throughout the course of their musical union, the members of Brother Crowe have won over the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life. Performing at a variety of venues and making countless public appearances all the while recording new song versions, this talented Indie Folk / Celtic Band has earned the admiration and affection of critics and fans alike. Click HERE for more information.

The Friel Sisters

Anna, Sheila and Clare Friel are traditional musicians born in Glasgow with their family roots firmly entrenched in the Donegal Gaeltacht (Derrynamansher).

Since the launch of their debut album, they have performed in various venues and festivals across Europe, America and Asia and have appeared as guests on stage or toured with acts such as Altan, The Chieftains, Lúnasa, Sharon Shannon, The Máirtín O’Connor Trio, Cherish the Ladies, Solas and Fidil. In 2016, the girls performed at Festival Interceltique de Lorient, and won the prestigious Trophée Loïc Raison. Click HERE for more information.


The Irish Times calls SLIDE “traditional musicians with attitude” and credits the group with “bringing drawing room grandeur and high spirits together” with it’s diverse songs, which range from soulful and sorrowful to contagiously energetic. Folk Roots Magazine proclaims, ”There’s plenty of action and flamboyance in Slides’s music,” which merges “swagger with traditional expertise.” Click HERE for more information.

One for the Foxes

Dave Curley, Tadhg Ó Meachair & Joanna Hyde form an exciting and dynamic transatlantic trio that presents a rousing blend of Irish and American folk music, having already won over audiences on both sides of the ocean. Click HERE for more information.

Dave Curley

Dave Curley, a multi-instrumentalist, singer and dancer from Corofin, Co. Galway, has been making big waves in the Irish music scene in Ireland, Europe and the USA in the last number of years. He is widely regarded as having one of the most compelling voices in contemporary music. Click HERE for more information.


Irish music’s accordion virtuoso Jimmy Keane and the remarkable bouzar player and vocalist Pat Broaders, comprise bohola, Irish music’s “supergroup” as penned by The Irish Herald. bohola play a driving, muscular, and yet very emotive style of Irish music with deep roots in the ‘pure drop’ tradition, infused with the raw and gritty urbanized musical vernacular of the Irish and Irish-American experience. Click HERE for more information.

The Kreellers

The Kreelers hail from Detroit, Michigan but their sound encompasses a Celtic rock and pop sound that still possesses a traditional Irish Style. The Kreellers tick a lot of boxes. From driving Irish rock (sometimes punk) to ballads to Americana and much more. Click HERE for more information