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The mists of Ireland get transported to the sunny shores of Santa Monica with this slick, shiny set of pop-inflected Irish anthems. With Patrick Murphy and Steve Twigger sharing lead vocal duties (and Peter Purvis wailing on uilleann pipes), the band delivers a solid set of ribald tales, mostly revolving around swaggering and suds. The first three numbers set the pace: the wistful "Another Stupid Drinking Song,” a rollicking tribute to Ireland’s West Coast called “Girls’ Night In Galway” (striking terror into “the stoutest of men”), and a self-explanatory "Whiskeyed Up and Womaned Out.”

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Matching Sweaters

Love, love, love this one! Rollicking and fun! Paddy's Rubber Arm is hilarious, as is the Rustling Goat Gang.


As always another great album. This ones should top the charts also. Can't wait to catch another show.


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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