Cajun Kings: Following a ten-year long ‘rest’ the highly- talented Cajun Kings eight-piece band specialise in everything from cajun and blues to country and old style rhythm and blues, ska and much, much more. The Cajun Kings enjoyed phenomenal success for the whole of the 1990s, bringing their intoxicating brand of swampish Dublin swing, which features such exotic instruments as saxophone, harmonica, fiddle and accordian, married with the sweet soul vocals of Paul Cleary (ex-The Blades), Neil Toner (Sunday Times). They packed out countless venues including Whelans, the Lower Deck and way beyond on a regular basis performing their feelgood, boozy sounds – yes, it was probably an upmarket version of the old genre once known as ‘pub rock.
YouTube: At the Electric Picnic: http://www.youtube.com/user/robbyfromireland?feature=mhee#p/u/0/KGIusgF4cz4
Tom Clancy is a gigging traditional Irish musician, specialising in the unique lilting Low Whistle, and utilises the guitar, Harmonica and Bodhran. Well, that is, when that’s what the customer wants. Currently working on a 20 song set for corporate events leading to the release of his first solo album, there is another side to Tom. Being a former London Irish, Connaught and Irish International Rugby player, he knows what an ass kicking, hair raising, rollicking good knees up involves. So, you can relax to the tune of Molly Molone, sing along to all the Irish Pub favourites, Fields of Athenry, Ireland’s call, or have former punk drummer Dave Moloney drive the Shnipes through a set that is more Undertones that Wolf Tones!!!
The Shnipes: Teenage Kicks – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mskhFb9sjyY
The Shnipes: Ireland’s Call– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kf30mIGkmJw&feature=youtu.be
The Dee Teez: Duo: http://www.youtube.com/user/TomClancyMusic#p/f/4/C37UTlEL-qc
Recording artist: ( a personal video for me, but the music is there) http://www.youtube.com/user/TomClancyMusic#p/f/0/J_DB3CokNAE
Rocky deValera & The Rhythm Kings
Legendary Irish Rock and Roll band, that Rocked the country with fast, irreverent, good time, RnB in the 80s. Their joyous music and attitude, prevented Dubliners from emigrating and almost single handedly brought an end to the recession. The girls loved them and men wanted to be them. Now they are back!…… Just about….. bringing you Wild Rock from the city that brought you Molly Molone, James Joyce and the MGM Lion.
Rhythm Kings YouTube video to give you an idea: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bu6B10WRl_s