Whether you're looking for entertainment for St. Patrick's Day or just hoping to add some traditional Irish ballads and classic Irish-American pub songs to your party or event, these songs are a great fit for any joyous occasion.
- If time and space allow, I can perform on both guitar and Irish bouzouki.
- Like all other bookings, I provide my own sound system.
- All songs listed below can be performed solo or as a duo with violin/mandolin.
- Agricultural Irish Girl - J.F. Mitchell
- As I Roved Out - Traditional
- Biddy McGrath - Unknown
- Black Velvet Band - Traditional
- Bonny Light Horseman - Traditional
- Boys of Barr Na Sraide - Sigerson Clifford
- Danny Boy - Frederic Weatherly/Trad.
- Dirty Old Town - Ewan MacColl
- Down by the Salley Gardens - W.B. Yeats
- Dublin in the Rare Old Times - Pete St. John
- Farewell, Farewell - Richard Thompson/Trad.
- The Fields of Athenry - Pete St. John
- Galway Bay - Arthur Colahan (Bing Crosby)
- (My Own Dear) Galway Bay - Francis Fahy
- Galway Shawl - Traditional
- Galway Girl - Steve Earle
- I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen - MacDonald/Westendorf
- I'll Tell Me Ma - Traditional
- The Irish Rover - Traditional
- Lily of the West - Traditional
- Lovely Molly - Traditional
- Lurgy Stream - Traditional
- Molly Malone - Traditional
- A Mother's Love's A Blessing
- Mountain Dew - Traditional
- On Raglan Road - Patrick Kavanagh/Trad.
- Out of the Window - Traditional
- The Parting Glass - Traditional
- She Moved Through the Fair - Traditional
- Star of the County Down - Traditional
- Too Ra Loo Ra (That's An Irish Lullaby) - James Royce Shannon
- The Town I Loved So Well - Phil Coulter
- The Unicorn (song) - Shel Silverstein/The Irish Rovers
- When Irish Eyes Are Smiling - Olcott/Ball
- Whiskey in the Jar - Traditional
- Whiskey, You're the Devil - Traditional
- Wild Mountain Thyme - McPeake
- Wild Rover - Traditional
My repertoire of traditional Irish and Scottish songs goes way beyond this, but many of those songs wouldn’t be appropriate for a party (by most people’s standards). If you’re the sort of person who’d like to have some murder ballads or tales of the supernatural played at your event, though, let’s chat about the myriad possibilities!