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Gaelic Storm

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Even just before releasing an LP, the Santa Monica, California-based Celtic group Gaelic Storm — vocalist/accordionist Patrick Murphy, bodhran participant Stephen Wehmeyer, guitarist/mandolinist Steve Twigger, fiddler Samantha Hunt, and djembe participant Shep Lonsdale — remaining an impression about audiences worldwide making use of their appearance because the “steerage band” entertaining immigrant third-class passengers in Wayne Cameron’s blockbuster film epic Titanic. The unparalleled success from the film brought Gaelic Surprise to the eye of the bigger Octave label, which in 1998 released the group’s self-titled LP. Herding Pet cats followed a 12 months later on, with Tree showing up in springtime 2001 and Unique Reserve arriving in 2003. The group’s 5th recording, 2004’s How Are We Obtaining House?, debuted at number 3 on the globe music graphs, 2006’s Bring Yer Wellies got at number 2, and 2008’s What’s the Rumpus? were able to snag the main place. The full-length albums Cabbage and Poultry Boxer found its way to 2010 and 2012, respectively.

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Full Name Gaelic Storm
Music Songs Scalliwag, Johnny Tarr, An Irish Party in Third Class, Kiss Me I’m Irish, The Night I Punched Russell Crowe, Darcy’s Donkey, Lover’s Wreck, Raised on Black and Tans, The Devil Down Below, Never Drink ’em Dry, I Miss My Home, Tell Me Ma, Slim Jim and the Seven Eleven Girl, Beggarman, Paddy’s Rubber Arm, Don’t Go for "the One", Another Stupid Drinking Song, The Narwhaling Cheesehead, Johnny Jump Up / Morrison’s Jig, Nancy Whiskey, Green Eyes, Red Hair, One More Day Above the Roses, Punjab Paddy, Drink the Night Away, Kelly’s Wellies, Born to Be a Bachelor, Spanish Lady, She Was the Prize, The Buzzards of Bourbon Street, Don’t Let the Truth Get in the Way, Hills of Connemara, The Leaving of Liverpool
Albums Matching Sweaters, The Boathouse, Chicken Boxer, What's the Rumpus?, Bring Yer Wellies, Special Reserve, Tree, Herding Cats, Go Climb a Tree, Full Irish: The Best of Gaelic Storm 2004 - 2014, Cabbage, How Are We Getting Home?, Gaelic Storm


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