Loading player…

The Bothy Band was an Irish traditional band from the 1970s, one of the most prominent from the roots revival of that era. Its members were: Matt Molloy - flute and tin whistle; Paddy Keenan - uillean pipes and tin whistle; Dónal Lunny - bouzouki, guitar, and production; Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill - harpsichord, clavinet and vocals; and Mícheál Ó Domhnaill - guitar and vocals. The initial lineup had Paddy Glackin on fiddle as…

read more

Top Tracks

Top Albums

Similar Artists


Leave a comment. Log in to Last.fm or sign up.

  • Irish dream team.
  • V Try Donal Lunny's previous efforts with the band Planxty or the Andy Irvine & Paul Brady's eponymous album (Preformed on and produced by Lunny).
  • can someone recommend me a similar band/artist? i dig all their albums...
  • amazing, timeless music. i only wish i could find musicians who still want to play traditional Irish music in my area
  • Wonderful band. Energetic, catchy instrumentals and sad, melancholic ballads with Triona's divine voice - I don't know which is better.
  • Can't get enough of these. Got their first 2 records on Vinyl the last day. So good.
  • Ye cannae beat a good bit o traditional irish or scottish music.This is a great band.They certainly know their instruments.
  • pure magic!! (Every time I listen to the band, I feel like writing something here :))
  • the best trad band for me.. ever! :D
  • so few comments for half year =( only two.. so cool band and so rare fans!(

API Calls