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The Fenians

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The Fenians blend traditional Celtic folk songs and contemporary numbers, a few of that are bandmembers’ compositions. Furthermore to its Celtic root base, the band attracts on the customs of jazz, rock and roll, and bluegrass, among various other styles. The quintet comprises Terry Casey on mandolin and lead vocals, Rob Williams on electric guitar and vocals, Brendan Harkins on bass and vocals, Chris Pierce on drums and vocals, and Tardu Yegin on flute, saxophone, and whistles. The group’s produces are the live Music group of Rogues, a 1999 discharge which was documented at its sold-out Galaxy Concert Movie theater performance, and also have Fun or Obtain Out!. That same season, the Guinness Wall structure of Popularity inducted the quintet. The Fenians possess made an appearance as headliners at several prestigious locations and festivals, included in this the Dublin Irish Celebration, Galway’s The Quays, Hollywood’s Home of Blues, Boston’s Stonehill Irish Celebration, as well as the Chicago Irish Fest. They released Every Day’s a Hooley in 2004.

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Full Name Fenian
Music Songs Star of the County Down / The Fighting 69th, Take Her in Your Arms, Come Out Ye Black and Tans, Doogan's Stones, Every Day's a Hooley, Couldn't Have Come at a Better Time, Flower of Philadelphia, Token Whiskey Song, Whiskey In The Jar 1992, Tardu's Reel, Waltham's, The Mermaid, Rebel Sons of Erin, Two Ten Train, Casey's Jig, Galway Girl, Coal Tattoo, The Green Fields of France, I'll Tell Me Ma, Casey's Jig 1992, On the Road to Ballybrack, A Distant City Street, Banshee Under My Bed, Goodbye Mick, Goodbye Pat, Lark in the Morning/Bold O'Donohue, Drunken Sailor, Token Wake Song, Big Strong Man, The Best Man, Rattlin' Bog, Raggle Taggle Gypsy, Night Visiting Song, Why Can't a Man Be True, Go, Move, Shift
Albums Band of Rogues, Every Day's a Hooley, Have Fun or Get Out!, A Distant City Street, The Best Of The Fenians: Couldn't Have Come At A Better Time, Band of Rouges, Take Me Home, Live at the Harp

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