Anybody interested in Celtic rock I have loaded a couple of bands ( Off Kilter and Seven Nations) on my music player on my profile page.  Check them out and let me know of any others I would greatly appreciate the info on other bands.

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Check out the Kilmaine Saints.. A band based out of Harrisburg, Pa,,I was the band Manager for a bit then it took on a life of its own..

They have a CD available on Itunes and other sites...
The band site is kilmainesaints.com.

let me know what you think
pj
I checked out "Off Kilter", "Seven Nations" and "Kilmaine Saints". I will add the all to my player. Here are some other bands that fit the same bill;

Drop Kick Murphy's
Flogging Molly
and a band know for their "Bagrock" Red Hot Chilli Pipers
Anyone interested in Celtic Rock music need to check out the web site; www.paddyrock.com

I've  been  fortunate to have seen  7 Nations, Off Kilter some  years  back  (2003 or4)  and  I'd  wanted to see The chilli's  since  We  first  heard  of them, Unfortunatly,  I was Unable  to early,   I finally caught  a "special"   9-11 show They  did In Torrington  Connecticut  in 2014  which was  a memorial  that  the Police and Fire unions were honored  By The  city ....which  also asked  the  Connecticut Firefighters  Pipes  & Drums to  open...  I was more  interested In Seeing  The Chilli's  then  The  Fire Band ( since i was a founding Member)  I was  walking down Main St  and literally Ran into  Gordan  "Dougie McCance" who's the "newist"  Piper  in the band... and had a chance to talk a bit before going in He invited me back stage, but I was  waitng   for My driver to catch up...It was an  awesome show, The Oldest  Piper (age wise)  Willie  Armstrong  is a still  active  Member Of the  Fire service  over  there in Glascow...so  he  does  "bring the  fire briigade" into  it  somewhat...  They  recently did a charity Fund  raiser using  the  Glasgow Fire Brigade  Training   Facility  and Partnered  with the  Scottish Fire Rescue Brigade  Pipe Band....  The  days of  Multiple  bands  has  gone  over  there  sadly  even the  military  uses  A Single   "Highland Brigade  Pipe  Band"   cost  saving measures... 

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Thats cool.  I haven't seen any of them except Off Kilter at Disney.



SMOKEnPipesJim said:

Interesting side note since my last post above,  Willy Armstrong ( R Rear) of the Red Hot Chili Pipers retired  last year  from the Scottish Fire & Rescue Services and Keyboardist of 7 years, Gary O'Hagan (left rear)  joined the ranks of  the  SFRS in January....here  seen in a photo part of a fund raising video "The Fallen"  a recording  of  a tune written in memory of 343 members of FDNY lost 9/11/2001 (represented with roses in the forground ifo the other   SFRS members....  below  a picture of  Gary  on stageand all he gave up for the  3rd picture  lifestyle :)  



SMOKEnPipesJim said:



SMOKEnPipesJim said:

Interesting side note since my last post above,  Willy Armstrong ( R Rear) of the Red Hot Chili Pipers retired  last year  from the Scottish Fire & Rescue Services and Keyboardist of 7 years, Gary O'Hagan (left rear)  joined the ranks of  the  SFRS in January....here  seen in a photo part of a fund raising video "The Fallen"  a recording  of  a tune written in memory of 343 members of FDNY lost 9/11/2001 (represented with roses in the forground ifo the other   SFRS members....  below  a picture of  Gary  on stage and all he gave up for

#3)  his new  Mistress  Ms. R2 O Hagan

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I'll have to check that out.  Thanks

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