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  1. If your band consists of fiddles, mandolins, and something called a bodhran, and your audience looks like it could hold its own at a soccer hooligan…

  2. The Fighting Jamesons deliver a traditional style of music with an aggressive and energetic modern-day approach. Forming in 2010, The Fighting…

  3. MacKeel turned clubs into kitchen parties and festivals into ceilidhs. They've brought new life to the proud heritage of East Coast music with…

  4. Icewagon Flu takes nerd rock international and then circles it back to good old-fashioned hillbilly jams. The Hoboken, New Jersey band combines…

  5. Back around St. Pat's of 2000 Tim and George (friends since birth) and Tommy formed a band which put a hard rock edge on traditional Irish faire.…

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  8. Catgut Mary are an eight piece folk punk band from Melbourne, Australia. Their sound is a mixture of Irish traditional music, Australian traditional…

  9. The Dunn Boys self-deprecatingly call themselves "a worse version of The Pogues," but don't be fooled. The Canadian band, from Peterborough,…

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