This Fort Collins, Colorado group began in the late eighties after Charley Gannon and Mary Whalen met. Performing like a duo you should definitely working Osprey Guitars music store by day time, Gannon and Whalen got a deep affinity for Celtic music. After carrying out throughout Colorado, Lalla Rookh added Kay Williams on fiddle and Jim Abraham on bass. Williams got performed using the Colorado Condition College or university Orchestra while Abraham performed previously using the Western Virginia Wesleyan Jazz Outfit. The music group also added mandolin participant Paul Honeycutt. In 1998, Lalla Rookh released its debut recording, Publication One – Stories and Tradition. Having a name that is also the name of the publication of poetry by Sir Thomas Moore, Lalla Rookh released its second recording in 2002, WOULD YOU LIKE Kilts. The music group has performed in the Colorado Irish Festival as well as the Wyoming Celtic Festival.
Music Songs Susanna Martin, Lalla Rookh, Siuil A Run, Newry Highwayman, Connemara, Crested Hens/Wizard's Walk, Irish Ballad, The Rights of Man/ Sally in the Garden/ The Ashplant, Marrowbones, Matty Groves, Morpeth Rant/The Butterfly/Flowers of Redhill, The Star of the County Down, Frosty Morning/ Coleraine/ The Kesh Jig, Blood Wedding, Miss McLeods/Galway Hornpipe/Star of Munster, John Barleycorn, O'Keefs/O'Gilligan/Morrison's Jig/Swallowtail Jig, Polkas: Jack Mitchell's/ Dennis Murphy's/ Cheese, The Wolfshead/ The Road to Lisdoonvarna, Stars for Leisbeth/Silver Spear/Toss the Feathers, Devil Went Down to Dublin/Tuttle's Reel, Ballad of Accounting, Two Sisters, Friend of the Devil, Geese in the Bog/ Get Your Crap off the Stage, My Johnny Was a Shoemaker, New Rigged Ship/Full Rigged Ship, Cuckoo's Nest, Lord Franklin, The Diamond, Cuckoo's Nest/ Maid Behind the Bar/ Nixon's Farewell, Culloden's Harvest
Albums Book One - Tales and Tradition, Do You Want Kilts With That ?, Test of Time