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They seem to just yell or scream and I’d prefer the music either without vocals or a more singing vocals.

“I’m Shipping up to Boston” is great until they start singing.




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Flogging Molly, perhaps?
 
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Pogues
The O'Reillys and the Paddyhats have one or two decent songs too.


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Flogging Molly, perhaps?

That’s my favorite


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The Poxy Boggards. Rumjacks. Zane Lamprey.

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The Pogues are awesome. Frankly, I'm partial to Drop Kick Murphys.


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The O'Reillys and the Paddyhats

Barrels of Whiskey


Irish Way


The Boxer


Green Blood


Black Sails


Fair Old Lady


Come Out Ye Black and Tans





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The Rumjacks:

The Pot and Kettle


An Irish Pub Song


A fistful O' Roses


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Flogging Molly. Great show live.
 
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Lilliput



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Thanks all! These are all new to me.




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Street Dogs.

The singer for the Dropkicks who left after Do or Die (their first album) started his own band.

And check out the older Dropkick albums. Warriors Code was kind of their breakout because of that song and The Departed. Older stuff was better IMO.

https://youtu.be/qQWobv8swkg
 
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The Dreadnaughts are my pick.

But I’m looking forward to listening to some of the suggestions!




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Thanks for this thread. I am not huge into this genre but I used to listen to Flatfoot 56 Knuckles Up album a ton when it came out.
Had not thought about them in years.







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I’ve seen flatfoot 56 several times live. Definitely the most fun I’ve ever had at a show. However, I am partial to their Jungle of the MidWest Sea album.
 
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I'm a huge fan of Celtic Rock.

My personal favorites are Gaelic Storm (still together, still recording):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjRJyutLNIs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPR3gn82f0k

And Great Big Sea (broke up in 2013 after 20 years):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-oC-kNtPTs

As an additional note, Alan Doyle (formerly of GBS) now performs as a solo act. This one's with Canadian country star Dean Brody:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_4v4lUHtr8
 
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My personal favorites are Gaelic Storm (still together, still recording):


Great band!! Johnny Tarr is one of my favorite songs.
 
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I’ve been cheated by my Irish music channel. I particularly liked the Rumjacks


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The Real McKenzie

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