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Thanks for making this the No.1 site for Irish acoustic songs and guitar chords. If you have written a folk song or ballad and want it included, sent it to me, include the tablature in the same format as I use, also include sheet music notes if any.
Where Have All The Ballad Sessions Gone ? Is it just where I live or is there a sharp decline in the amount of ballad session out there. I have noticed this over the last couple of years. Up until the 1990s you were guaranteed a session in most towns throughout Ireland. I'm not talking about the big names like the Wolfe Tones, I'm on about the unsung ballad groups who play three or four nights a week in pubs around Ireland. Also I've noticed there are no new groups around, are the young people not learning traditional Irish instruments like the banjo, mandolin and tin whistle ? . I can't remember the last time I heard a ballad group that the musicians were under forty years old. If you play in a band or know where there is real sessions going on give me a shout and if I get enough I'll create a new section on the site.

The Go Lucky Four
 
Robin Laing
 
Brian McMahon/Wolfe Tones
 
Ken Andreson
 
Derek Warfield
 
Stockton's Wing
 
Pete Seeger
 
Glen Hughes/ Danny Doyle/The Dubliners
 
Chauncey Olcott/George Graff
 
Traditional/The Dubliners
 
Rita McNeill/Paddy Reilly
 
Stuart Meesenburg
 
Andy Irvine
 
 

Wishful Drinkin

Traditional Irish Rebel
 
J.K.O'Reilly /Luke Kelly
 
Pete St.John/Ronnie Drew
 
Swinging On The Gate
 
J.P.McLoughlin
 
Jimmy McCarthy/Mary Black
 
Dermot O'Reilly
 
Brian Flynn
 
Dermot O'Brien
 
Paddy Tinsley
 
Traditional/Dervish
 
The Pecker Dunne
 
Anne & Francie Brolly
 
 
 
 
Christmas Song

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The Wind In The Willows

Dropkick Murphy's
 
The Corrigan Brothers
 
Des Wade
 
The Clancys
 
Blackthorn
 
Celtic Thunder
 
 
 
 
 
 
Johnny McCauley
 
The Grehan Sisters
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Clancy Brothers
 
 
Terry Woods/The Pogues
 
Robbie O'Connell/The Clancy Brothers
 
Christy Hennessy
 

Hi Martin, I wish to thank you so much for your site. I have learned a load of chords for my octave mandolin.
 You are correct about Irish music getting a lot of air in Canada. In Newfoundland we have our our local station, 930 am, Radio Newfoundland and Labrador. Most of Newfoundland music is of Irish influence due to our strong Irish roots. Norbert Brennan

Brendan Behan
Most of the rebel songs and ballad are now in the Wolfe Tones section of the site. If the tune was written by The Wolfe Tones then that's where you will find it. But some other songs that were recorded by the 'tones will also be in the A-Z sections because they were recorded by other ballad groups like The Dubliners, The Dublin City Ramblers also.
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