Last week we enjoyed a stopover at the Leprechaun Ranch and then played the Sparta Celtic Festival in West Michigan where we got to share the stage  at the Closing Ceilidh with Jimmy Hazard delivering some impassioned traditional songs, Clare McMillan duetting with us on Old Caledonia and Crossbow nailing the close as they joined us for an epic medley of tunes. As they say in Sparta, One Village - Seven Nations! Then we got to play in Grand Bend, Ontario as dusk fell over Lake Huron with Pat Robitaille opening and us headlining the Summer Sunset Sounds Concert Series.


This weekend we play Yandtfest in Victoria Harbour, Ontario. And then next week we are into a whirlwind tour of Northwest Michigan where we hit up Murphy's in Pentwater, The Mitten in Ludington and Lavender Hill Farm in Boyne City. We're going to smell fantastic.


CELTIBILLY: The blending of Celtic and North American musical traditions.

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The cross-pollination of the Celtic and North American Traditions is what we call Celtibilly.

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  1. 1 Moment Of Time 02:45 Info
  2. 2 Summer Dance at Montmagny 03:44 Info
  3. 3 Single Malt of Knowledge 04:01 Info
  4. 4 Guinness For Two 03:53 Info
  5. 5 Aibhlinn's Dance 03:26 Info
  6. 6 Christmas Eve Reverie 04:08 Info
  7. 7 Seven Beer Itch (Live) 04:26 Info

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