The Pogues' "Fairytale of New York" and Thin Lizzy's "Whiskey in the Jar" do show a connection to these bands' distinctive homeland music, though the already over-anthologized "Brown Eyed Girl" by Van Morrison is a song that reveals nothing of Morrison's Belfast influences.
The venerable Irish-folk band is without question the quietest band on the list, but what The Dubliners lack in edge they make up in durability. Having just celebrated their 50th anniversary (under several different lineups), The Dubliners are entrenched as luminaries in European folk music. A hallmark of 90’s pop-rock, The Cranberries are one of the rare Irish bands to make an auspicious run on US music charts with singles like Zombie, Linger, and Ode to My Family. 5. My Bloody Valentine. Expect U2’s latest album in 2013 produced by Danger Mouse. Tags: Dropkick Murphys.
1. Riverdance - Irish Showtime Band. 2. Whiskey In The Jar - Dublin Folk Band. 3. Fields Of Athenry - Dingle Folk. Feet Of Flames (A Tribute) - Irish Showtime Band. 10. Black Velvet Band - Dublin Folk Band. 11. My Heart Is In Ireland - The Davey Brothers.
Greatest Irish Bands - NO "DANNY BOY", NO "ROSE OF TRALEE" JUST GREAT IRISH BANDS PERFORMING THE SONGS THAT MADE THEM FAMOUS. GREATEST IRISH BANDS comes with a BONUS DVD featuring "SIGHTINGS OF BONO," the much talked about short film featuring BONO! The comedic film is about one young woman’s obsessive quest to document her frequent sightings of Dublin’s most famous man about town. Avai no "Danny boy", no "Rose of tralee" just great irish bands performing the songs that made them famous.
These popular bands from Ireland come from a number of different musical genres, including rock, pop, metal, electronic, jam, punk and acoustic. These might not necessarily be the best Irish bands, but this list contains a majority of the greatest bands from Ireland. Music lovers who are looking for new music to listen to can use this list of talented Irish musicians to discover some great new bands and artists. Bands here include everything from Michael Kelly to Robert O'Connor.
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It is very few Irish bands that can lay claim to fame by playing live to a global audience of . billion people. But the Boomtown Rats can; they played at Live Aid a dual-venue benefit concert held on 13 July 1985 an event organised by band front-man Bob Geldof . An alternative rock with post-punk influences mixed with a bit of Irish folk music ensured the band’s international success with the release of their first album, Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We? 2. The Dubliners.
Features Song Lyrics for The Boomtown Rats's Greatest Irish Bands album. The Boomtown Rats - Greatest Irish Bands Album. Artist: The Boomtown Rats. Send "The Boomtown Rats" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Greatest Irish Bands.
|1||–U2||Where The Streets Have No Name|
|2||–Thin Lizzy||Whiskey In The Jar|
|3||–Sinéad O'Connor||Nothing Compares To You|
|4||–The Boomtown Rats||I Don't Like Mondays|
|5||–Clannad & Bono||In A Lifetime|
|6||–The Pogues & Kirsty MacColl||Fairtyle Of New York|
|7||–Stiff Little Fingers||Alternative Ulster|
|8||–Rory Gallagher||Tatoo'd Lady|
|11||–Hothouse Flowers||Don't Go|
|12||–The Undertones||Teenage Kicks|
|13||–Them||Brown Eyed Girl|
|15||–The Dubliners||Irish Rover|
|Video||–No Artist||Sightings Of Bono|
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