Fairytale of New York  - The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl - Uncensored. The Christmas favourite, only for December.

Fisherman's Blues - The Waterboys - 1980s Irish folk-rock.

Beautiful Day - The Levellers - Our version of the Brighton rockers favourite.

A Horse with No Name - America - The American folk-rockers anthem.

Just Can't get Enough - Depeche Mode - part of our 80s homage.

Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division - 80s sadness but enduring.

Shetland Medley - traditional lament, hornpipe and frantic reel to finish.

Streams of Whisky - The Pogues - we like songs about drinking.

Take On Me - Aha - Norwegian folk done Buckler's Reel style.

Copperhead Road - Steve Earle - one of our favourite artists.

Og's Eye Man - Faustus - our own take on a mysterious song and lyric.

Weather With You - Crowded House - our Australian offering to world music.

Wake Me Up - Avicci - one of our more modern songs lol.

Galway Girl - Steve Earle - trad Irish version rather than Ed Sheeran's.

Should I Stay or Should I Go - The Clash - our punk offering.

Boys From the Bluehill - a medley of violin jigs and reels. 

500 Miles - The Proclaimers - sing-a-long favourite from our Scottish friends.

Rockin' All Over the World - Status Quo - and why not for an encore!

Drowsy Maggie - traditional Scottish reel.

Rusty Chain - Chris Cornell - done more the Johnny Cash way.

Star of the County Down - a traditional tune with a Dropkick Murphys jig to finish.

Mr Blue Sky - we replicate the full orchestral ELO classic.

Mad Tom - traditional folk song about an inmate of Bedlam.

Sally MacLeanne - more Pogues inspired jumping around.

The Chain - Fleetwood Mac would be proud.

New York Girls/Soldiers' Joy - traditional polka and jig.

Johnny Come Lately - Steve Earl - song about a soldier's return from Vietnam. 

Boys from Ballycastle - our Pearl and Dean jig.

The Devil went down to Georgia - Charlie Daniels - story of a duel between two fiddle players:  the Devil and Sue Buckler.

It Must Be Love - Labi Siffre - 70s cuteness.

Come Up and See Me - Cockney Rebel - another 70s favourite. 

Mason's Apron - a traditional jig dating from the 18th century.

Irish Rover - well known Irish folk tale of a ship's sinking and the sole survivor.

Dixieland/Turkey in the Straw - a tale of one Irishman's escape from one war only to find another, with a reel to finish. 

Come On Eileen- Dexy's Midnight Runners - a must have song for the violin.

I Used To Love Her - The Sawdoctors song (with a jig on the end of course)