Produced in Graz, Austria, in 1993, the Shenanigans provide a real international flair towards the Celtic rock and roll scene as bandmembers hail from England, Ireland, Canada, and Austria. Their strategy lies more within the traditional folk-rock style utilized by rings like Seven Countries and Kips Bay. Shenanigans premiered in 1996 and after many personnel adjustments, the follow-up Setlist premiered in 1998. Their third discharge, Grado, premiered in 2000. All three albums feature the business lead performing of Irish vocalist Annette Casey. Canadian piper Adam joined the music group ahead of their second discharge and Austrian fiddler Harald Regenfelder changed Manfred Pieber after Setlist. Other current associates consist of brothers Richard Mozzarella cheese and Robert Mozzarella cheese from Britain, on bass and guitars, respectively, and Graz natives Tina Untersmayr on whistles and Michael Willmann on drums.