Based in NY, this Irish/American group shouldn’t be baffled with Mike Garden’s Scottish outfit bearing the same name although they reveal styles. This music group has apparent traditional influences in conjunction with solid punk and drum’n’bass sources. The accordion playing design of Gregory Grene resembles that of John Whelan and may be the Prodigals’ lead device. Grene’s knowledge on accordion and his knowledge of Irish music elevates the group among the leading Celtic rock rings leading in to the 21st hundred years. Their rhythm portion of Andew Harkin (bass) and Brian Tracey (drums) is among the most effective and pulsating inside the genre, adding some uniqueness with their audio. Their first record was a self-titled 3rd party 1997 discharge when the music group was a quintet. Guitarist Sean McCabe and harmonica/fiddle participant Alex Tobias departed from then on debut record and were changed by guitarist Ray Kelly whose gruff business lead vocals added a far more aggressive element with their music. Their second discharge, Continue, from 1999 features the foursome of Grene, Harkin, Tracey, and Kelly.