Greetings! Hope all is well. So here’s what we are doing… After a very busy and fun August we are currently working on our video for Eleven Years War. So fun!! In regards to Worries at the Gate, digital downloads will soon be available to you on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon and Spotify. We will drop you
Worries at the Gate is a wrap! A big and very special thank you to everyone involved: Michael Mann, Rebecca Pingel, Aaron Heffernan, Tony Pitcher, Rory Modlinski, Kelp Chofs, Stephen Kilkenny, Pat R. Steiner, and of course, our very supportive families. It was a fun and challenging project. We stretched our wings on this
Chicago, Greendale, Muskego, Milwaukee here we come!!! Please check out our Upcoming Shows page for details! More show announcements coming soon! Slainte, The Gleasons
We will have 2 shows on St. Patrick’s Day! We will start the day at O’Connor’s Perfect Pint and then travel to Chicago to play at the Irish American Heritage Center. We hope to see you there. Additional details are on our upcoming shows tab. Slainte!
We are stepping in for our friends Substitute, who were originally slated for this show, but due to an injury could not make it. The fantastic Table 5 Acoustic will be kicking off the evening. Please join us! We will soon be announcing more 2017 shows!!
Thank you to everyone that came to the Summerfest show! We enjoyed playing for you! Thank you for listening and we hope you enjoyed the performance. Thank you for opportunity to introduce some new material (songs that will be on our upcoming CD). What a great festival, what a great day, and we so thankful
Can’t wait to rock the Uline Stage on Wednesday, June 29th, 2016 @ 3pm! We hope to see you there! Rock on!
We are honored, excited and ready to rock at Irish Fest 2016! Saturday, August 20th @ 2pm Leinie’s Celtic Rock Stage http://irishfest.com/Irishfest.htm
We hope this post finds you well! We continue to track for the next CD. There are a lot of influences that are emerging with the songs. Some may be pretty obvious if you know us well and some are a bit subtle. As we reflect upon the lyrics we can see themes emerging. We address