Canada’s top Celtic punk rock and roll party music group was fittingly given birth to on St. Patrick’s Time in 1990 in Kingston, Ontario. Founding associates were vocalist/guitarist Finny McConnell; Andrew Dark brown on tin whistle, keyboards, and accordion; Ger O’Sullivan on mandolin, banjo, electric guitar, and bodhran; bassist Joe Chithalen; and drummer Christos Smirnois. Four years afterwards the group celebrated St. Patrick’s Time again using its debut record, Draggin’ the times. They then performed to enthusiastic crowds across Canada and south from the boundary. Just McConnell and Dark brown remained once the follow-up record Rise Again premiered in 1996. The record received solid radio and video enjoy for its initial two singles, “100 Dollars” and “Rise Once again.” The Mahones once again toured heavily to aid the record. For The Hellfire Membership Periods, released in 1999, they got some help from a few of Kingston’s most well-known rings: Johnny Fay from the Tragically Hip co-produced and drummed; his bandmate Gord Sinclair performed piano; and Colin Cripps of Crash Vegas (and Junkhouse) sang on “This Aged Town.” Unfortunately, that same season, bass participant Joe Chithalen passed on. The music group also penned the name track for the film Celtic Satisfaction, which starred fellow Kingstonian Dan Aykroyd. Another film credit was the usage of the track “100 Dollars” in Bruce McCulloch’s Children within the Hall film Dog Recreation area. The group released Right here Shows up Lucky in 2001, adopted in 2003 from the concert recording Live in the Horseshoe. 2006 noticed the discharge of Consider No Prisoners, accompanied by the band’s seventh studio room recording, 2010’s The Dark Irish. Angels & Devils in 2012, the second option of which received that year’s Indie Music Honor for Greatest Punk Album.