The Dropkick Murphys surprised passengers at Boston Logan International Airport with an impromptu performance as they waited for their flight to Dublin.
The band have completed the American leg of their ‘Celtic Punk Invasion’ tour and are currently in Europe for a series of gigs in Ireland and the UK.
Fans of the Fureys are in for a treat as George and Eddie have recorded a video with the Irish Independent for St Patrick’s Day.
The video features the brothers performing the classic folk song ‘Come By The Hills’ – as Eddie says: “It’s a great song for St Patrick’s Day’.
Murphyofireland is gearing up for St Patrick’s Day by celebrating the country’s rich history of Irish music.
The Co Donegal retailer has produced a brilliant infographic to showcase the Irish tradition and talents when it comes to all things musical.
Neil Byrne gives an insight into life both in and away from Celtic Thunder
Neil Byrne has had a hectic schedule for the last few years. As well as his role in the hugely successful Celtic Thunder, he has embarked on a separate acoustic career along with bandmate Ryan Kelly.
A solo album by the late Celtic Thunder star George Donaldson has reached number one in the iTunes chart, just less than a year after he passed away.
The album, called ‘The Road’, was released by Donaldson’s wife Carolyn this week. It is the last material that he was working on at the time of his death.
Donaldson had finished the vocals and also had the photos for the CD taken a week before he died in March last year.