mp3.com/bkb Some of our songs, more to come.
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|Jason Webley||Master of the Accordian Howlers. Pleases trained monkeys for a living. Travels. Writes good songs. We miss him. He may be back among us.|
|The Turn-Ons||Feel the sweet luv, baby. Who needs teevee when I have my Turn-Ons? Excellent, hooky '72 stylie proto-glam. If you like T-Rex, early seventies Bowie, Big Star, and so forth, you'll find these folks nutritious and satisfying.|
|Dark Molly||The Celtic-rock band Molly plays music by the Pogues, the Oyster Band as well as progressive traditional arrangements. Sweet sound, a shade smoother than ours.|
|Mad Pudding||Vancouver-based vets knocked 'em dead at Folklife 2000 - strong song structure and rippin' accordian fire produce tasty "Celtic Funk Stew".|
|Clumsy Lovers||We wanna steal their tagline - "Celt Grass Rockers" - but wanna gig with them moreso. Also Vancouver based.|
|Barking Monkey||Seattle-based band mating Celtic with progressive rock.|
|St. Bushmill's Choir||We've known people in their lineup for years. Similar in size, but distinct in sound from us, they lean to punk rock. They are great, but only play a few times a year.|
|The Real McKenzies||Vancouver, BC-based Celtic punk band. The bio is hilarious. The band will rock your brains out.|
|Lucy Lunchmouth||Smoky barroom torch songs|
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