Celtic Pub Bands

Don't let this category fool you. Any good Celtic music group from the solo bard, fiddler, duet, or group can bring quality music and entertainment to a pub, venue, or event. This category is provided to highlight those groups that provide a very lively, raucous, and generally audience involving set of music. It is the step beyond the playing of great music to the entertaining of the drinking and eating troops. Several even have built-in Irish dancers as part of their group.

Ballybeg Band Atlanta sizzling Irish jigs and reels. You’ll laugh and you’ll cry as you sing along with favorite pub songs about drinking, emigration, the auld sod, the battle between the sexes and let’s not forget drinking!  
Barney's Goat Atlanta perform a range of Irish and Scottish songs mixed American material to spin a good yarn through song.  Moving effortlessly from ribald pub songs to poetic and tragic ballads, they sprinkle in wry humor and running commentary to keep their audience  
the Bordercollies Atlanta the Collies blend new contemporary Celtic and original songs along with traditional music
Buddy O'Reilly Band Atlanta "The Buddies" bring concert quality music and dance to local and regional pub and festival stages, and a festive pub atmosphere to the concert stage
Emerald Rose Atlanta a four-man Celtic-theme folk rock band with a rich, original sound drawing from diverse influences, music ranges from traditional jigs and reels to original folk rock and pop numbers
Keltic Kudzu Atlanta Keltic Kudzu features traditional and contemporary celtic music with a southern accent.  From lively fiddle tunes to beautiful vocal harmonies and stirring bagpipes, this is a group that fits almost any occasion.  Moving up the charts of Celtic radio.
Mickle-a-do Atlanta Their music ranges from Traditional to Irish Pub with a few originals sprinkled in. They are known for their lively jigs and pub songs and play the Atlanta Ren Fest for the last several years  
Selkie Celtic Band Greenville unique and eclectic group playing Celtic music from Scotland, Ireland, Cape Breton, and British Isles, plus few of its own original tunes. Main sound powered by harp and dulcimer  
Sgian Dubh Marietta / Atlanta band plays their own unique take on traditional songs, including pub favorites, acoustic Celtic punk, pirate songs, & the occasional ballad
Toucan Dubh Atlanta Ian and Julia, both talented musicians and singers, bring to their performances a fun, whimsical side of Irish and Celtic music, with a strong repertoire of Irish trad and Ian's own seafaring songs  
Wine, Woman and Song Atlanta Regular performers at the Georgia Renaissance Festival, they specialize in bawdy ballads, pub songs and Renaissance tunes.