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Album Review

Want to experience drinking a pint in an Irish pub, in the comfort of your living room? Then Gaelic Storm's Bring Yer Wellies ("wellies" is slang for rubber rain boots from Europe) is certainly recommended. Despite the rough edges being mostly smoothed over, the band still delivers an uptempo, carefree, feel-good time. Interestingly, although the group's sound is unmistakably Irish, there is only one member who actually hails from Ireland — singer Patrick Murphy (the others hail from either England, Canada, or the U.S.). Regardless, Gaelic Storm sound like a well-honed version of the real thing, as evidenced by such tracks as "Never Drink 'Em Dry (Johnny Tarr's Funeral)" "The Devil Down Below," and "The Salt Lick." The band's hard work (they recorded this 14-track set in a month's time, and play over 125 shows per year) is certainly paying off, as heard throughout Bring Yer Wellies.

Customer Reviews

Another Excellent Album from Excellent Artists

As with their previous albums Gaelic Storm manages to blend mellow soothing melodies with upbeat light hearted tempos. Songs such as "Scalliwag" & "Kelly's Wellies" highlight the upbeat humorous side of the album while songs like "The Long Way Home" and "Kiss Me I'm Irish" offer more mellow mood music. Highlights include the excellent harmony work in "The Devil Down Below" and the long awaited sequel to "Johnny Tarr" with "Never Drink 'Em Dry". All in all a beautifully crafted work that provides a welcome addition to an already rich treasure of songs for Gaelic Storm. Enjoy!


I love Gaelic Storm, it is Irish Music at its best. BUY THIS ALBUM!! You will not regret it. Buy all the others too, but buy this one. If, you only buy this album, buy Johnny Tarr, from Tree to allow the "sequel" to the song make even more sense.

Bring Yer Wellies

Wow, these guys are amazing. I love Gaelic Storm and I admire the Irish tunes. They do a fantastic job keeping Irish music alive. This album was well worth the wait.


Formed: Santa Monica, CA

Genre: World

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Even before releasing an LP, the Santa Monica, California-based Celtic group Gaelic Storm -- vocalist/accordionist Patrick Murphy, bodhran player Stephen Wehmeyer, guitarist/mandolinist Steve Twigger, fiddler Samantha Hunt, and djembe player Shep Lonsdale -- left an impression on audiences worldwide with their appearance as the "steerage band" entertaining immigrant third-class passengers in James Cameron's blockbuster film epic Titanic. The unprecedented success of the movie brought Gaelic Storm...
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