Copperhead Road – A blend of heavy metal with bluegrass from Steve Earle
Mrs McGrath – A traditional Irish folk song.
If I Ever Leave This World Alive – a song from Flogging Molly that you may have heard at the end of the film ‘PS I Love You’.
Beautiful Day – the popular LEVELLERS song.
Fisherman’s Blues – celtic Waterboys track.
I Used to Love Her – top song from Irish rock band The Saw Doctors
South Australia – a sea shanty followed and a Pogues jig/reel combined.
Star of Munster – an Irish jig, disco style. Unique.
Horse with No Name – classic song by US band AMERICA featuring the djembe.
Shetland Medley – 3 celtic tunes: slow, faster, then frenetic!
Whiskey in the Jar – Irish traditional but more Thin Lizzy style.
Yarmouth Town – a traditional English sea shanty with a jig to finish.
Lark in the Morning Medley – instrumental Fairport Convention song.
Irish Rover – traditional Irish folk song, very rousing!
Fairytale of New York – (Christmas only) the Pogues and Kirsty MacColl classic.
New York Girls – sea shanty sometimes called ‘Can’t you dance the Polka’.
Dirty Old Town – a Ewan MacColl song about Salford, Manchester but made famous by The Dubliners.
Galway Girl – a Steve Earle celtic flavoured song.
Drowsy Maggie – traditional Irish reel.
Ride On Medley – Irish songwriter Christie Moore ballad followed by full-on reels.
Johnny Come Lately – Steve Earle song with Pogues input.
Mad Tom of Bedlam – a traditional folk song, recorded by Steeleye Span.
Boys from Bluehill Medley – English, Irish, Scottish jig/reels.
The Devil Went Down to Georgia – an uptempo bluegrass/country song about the Devil’s failed attempt to “steal” a young man’s soul through a fiddle-playing contest.
Boys from BallyCastle – rocked up traditional Irish hornpipe.
Come Up and See Me – 70s fun Steve Harley’s Cockney Rebel hit.
Sally Macleanne – one of The Pogues own favourites.
Tear Stained Letter – country/folk-rock Richard Thompson hit.
If I Should Fall from Grace with God – more Celtic punk from The Pogues.
Weather with You – hit from Aussie outfit Crowded House.
The Snake – Northern Soul favourite Inspired by one of Aesop’s fables.
Raggle Taggle Gypsy – very popular traditional folk song.
The Mason’s Apron – Scottish origin jig.
A New England – 80’s Billy Bragg composition famously covered by Kirsty MacColl.
The Glass of Beer – traditional reel.
A Man is in Love – sentimental song from The Waterboys.
500 Miles – We like to think The Proclaimers would approve.
The Og’s Eye Man – traditional sea shanty with great bluesy vibe.
Rusty Cage – Johnny Cash – like version, originally written by Chris Cornell.
Should I Stay or Should I Go – The Clash done Buckler’s Reel style.
I Just Can’t Get Enough – 80’s fun with Depeche Mode hit.
Wake Me Up – DJ Avicii hit from 2013 (modern for us!)
Streams of Whiskey – The Pogues guide to happiness.
Love Will Tear Us Apart – more 80s memories from Joy Division.
Soldiers Joy – trad fiddle tune.
Dixieland – song about an Irish mercenary penned by Steve Earle.
Take On Me – Scandi hit from 1985 originally by Aha.
Paradise – a John Prine country offering.
Star of the County Down – a traditional Irish ballad.