- 1. If It's Magic -- Stevie Wonder (harp + vocal)
- 2. Ave Maria -- Schubert (harp + vocal)
- 3. "Girl from Ipanema" - (Solo Harp)
- 4. Someone Like You -- Adele (harp + vocal)
- 5. Come Fly With Me -- Sinatra (harp + vocal)
- 6. Paparazzi -- Lady Gaga (solo harp + drum loop)
- 7. Hallelujah -- Leonard Cohen (harp + vocal)
- 8. Stay -- Rihanna (harp + vocal)
- 9. This Woman's Work -- Kate Bush (harp + vocal)
- 10. Light My Fire -- The Doors (solo harp)
- 11. Love is Like a Butterfly -- Dolly Parton (harp + vocal)
- 12. The Girl I Left Behind Me -- Celtic (solo harp)
- 13. The Foggy Dew -- Celtic (harp + vocal + band)
Erin Hill is a New York City harpist & singer with a #1 album on the Billboard world chart. She's played & sung with Enya, Kanye West, moby, Cyndi Lauper, Sinead O'Connor, Jewel; she's appeared on Broadway, TV & film. She won an Independent Music Award and was featured by HBO playing the "Game of Thrones" theme on her harp. She’s also known as The Pretty White Girl on Comedy Central's “Chappelle's Show.”
Erin can play either solo harp or she can sing and play. She does all styles of music (classical, of course), with specialties of Celtic, jazz, opera & pop (50's, 60's, 70's, 80's on up to Adele, Radiohead, John Legend, etc.). Her album "Harp Town" is available on iTunes, Amazon, etc.
Erin was recommended to us by another harpist who was already booked for our date. Erin provided us with an expansive list of songs of all different genres and worked with us to pick out our favorites. She was very flexible in making our playlist. We loved her solo harp performance during the ceremony, and loved her harp music accompanied by her singing even more! At the end of the night she even performed one final song privately for my new husband and me, which for us was the highlight of the whole evening. We cannot recommend her enough!
Erin was on time, professional and a joy to have. We booked Erin, along with her cellist, with less than 2 weeks until our wedding and they were still able to grace us with their beautiful music and Erin's absolutely stunning voice. Even with some last minute changes on our part, they had no problem adjusting to what was needed to make this day the best it could be. She was the glue that pulled our ceremony and cocktail hour together. Erin and her cellist made for an unforgettable experience that will last a lifetime. The only thing I regret I have is not booking them for the entire reception.
We wanted someone unique and Erin was just that. She provided an amazing long list of available songs she already knew beforehand, and was even able to learn a new one just for our walk down the aisle as well.
She, her instrument, and her music were all so beautiful it really created such a wonderful atmosphere within our wedding.
All of my guests were so impressed with Erin. Her talent as well as general professionalism was 5 stars. I can not recommend a better musician if you are thinking of a harpist. Worth every penny
Erin was amazing! She played for our wedding ceremony and cocktail hour. From the beginning, she was easy to get in touch with, propmt with her responses, and so accommodating. She plays beautiful music, has a lot to choose from, and even learned a song for us! Thank you Erin! We loved every minute of it! -Stef and Jack
Erin was absolutely amazing to work with! She was receptive to what I needed, and flexible when my event plans changed a little. She even stayed later when our event went a little longer! I didn't have to worry about her being late, she was already at the venue and sorted out where she was meant to be set up--I didn't have to worry about a thing!
The music went off without a hitch, and we got so many compliments for hiring her. You will not go wrong with hiring Erin. You'll be in good hands!
Erin was absolutely amazing!!! My guests are still raving about how entertaining and talented she is. She will forever be our go to harpist and I'm forever grateful to her for adding to how special our wedding day was. Simply amazing
Erin's infectious personality is only topped by her amazing talent and professionalism. She enjoys playing and singing as much we enjoyed being mesmerized by her voice and harp. Thank you Erin, the ladies loved and enjoyed you
Erin's profile really impressed me. I contacted Erin first without knowing whether the venue where we wanted to get married allowed music or not. Erin got back to me very promptly with a quote, which was outside of my budget. I later checked on the venue’s website and understood that the venue did not allow music.
I took my time feeling sad about our wedding. I finally emailed Erin my concerns about the pricing and venue rules but did not expect a reply. Just a few minutes later, Erin phoned me and advised that she called the venue and confirmed that the no music rule no longer applies and that she could offer me an alternative option to help fit my budget. In addition, she sent me a sample track of the song I wanted for our wedding and learnt a new song for us. This was planned all under a week!
On our wedding day at Central Park, the wind was blowing at 20mph, and it was pouring cats and dogs - I am not kidding! Everything that could go wrong at a wedding, went wrong - a truck in front of us broke down, we could not get hold of the groom and my veil was almost being forgotten by the makeup artist to set on my hair. The wedding time was postponed again and again because of the heavy rain.
My fiancé (husband now) arrived at the wedding venue and found Erin had been waiting patiently for 2 hours sitting in the freezing cold. The wind blew the rain onto everybody’s faces, my dress, and her harp. When I walked into my wedding, the music was being played exactly the way I wanted. Despite all the things that went wrong, we had our dream wedding thanks to Erin’s help. Erin is talented, easy to work with, and reliable. I cannot say enough good things about her. She really made our day special. We would definitely recommend her to everybody we know.
Thank you Erin!
Erin is a pleasure to work with and not only is she a truly talented artist, but she is a supreme human being. i recommend her skills and dedication to her passion for your event or requests.
Erin Hill is a top-notch professional and talented performer. I look forward to hiring Erin for our next corporate event.
Erin played harp and sang at my small Pub for Easter Brunch. In addition to being very, very talented, Erin chatted with delighted guests throughout Brunch. Her great range (anything from Trad Irish to Ave Maria to Major Tom) meant there was something for everyone. And when a guest requested a song from Cats that Erin did not know, she downloaded it on her iPhone and played it like it was a regular part of her list. We look forward to having Erin back!”
– Tom Lynch, Center Street Public House, Darien, CT
It was almost ten years ago that Erin played for my Wedding. She played harp, solo. She has such a large repertoire of material, and she is tireless, and has such a positive attitude. Her services are also reasonable, and you will be very satisfied with her customer service. I have seen her a few times professionally and her voice is clear and sweet. She is a talented performer, and a top notch musician.
I recently had the opportunity to work with Erin and she was wonderful and more than I could have wished for in every possible way. It was a very last minute engagement, as I made a very last minute decision to hire an opera singer two days before the event (an intimate dinner party at a restaurant for my Dad's 75th birthday). Erin was so prompt, responsive and wonderful within an hour of my submitting a request for proposals on Gig Salad. I had no idea what to expect since I had never used the service and simply stumbled upon it when doing a Google search. Erin showed up exactly as she promised, or I should say she seemed to float in like an angel with a harp, and then proceeded to play for two hours. Needless to say my father, as well as everyone in the restaurant that just happened to be there having dinner, was simply mesmerized by Erin's talent. She is not only an incredible singer and musician, but her kind and gentle spirit was an extra treat that made the evening simply unforgettable. I am hoping to throw another event just so I can be blessed to hear Erin again. She is magical.
Being someone who has been deeply passionate about music all my life and now working in the music industry, music was bound to be a highlight of my wedding. I had heard Erin and her magnificent harp a few years earlier at a music festival and was simply blown away. Her voice whimsical, beautiful; her harp conveying the sense that magic was in the air. And as if playing beautifully were not in itself enough, her repertoire was diverse enough to accommodate both our musical quirks in a way that perfectly encapsulated the relationship between my wife & I, never moreso than in her rendition of Simon & Garfunkel's "59th Street Bridge Song" in the recessional (relevant because we had just days earlier moved away from NYC and because, as a child, I used to dream of reuniting Simon & Garfunkel for my wedding). She was an absolute hit with our guests.
Erin was professional in every respect, communicating effectively and not demanding too much of our time on the day of the event when our time was hard to come by. I could not recommend Erin highly enough.
After watching Erin perform at Joe’s Pub in NYC we knew we wanted her to play at our wedding. We received so many compliments on her performance during our ceremony and cocktail hour. She was a perfect touch to the evening. Throughout the planning process Erin was very professional. Planning a wedding can be very stressful and Erin made her part very easy and stress-free for us. She provided great song suggestions that would entertain our guests. We would not hesitate to book her again for another event.
Absolutely wonderful! I could not have asked for more. Erin is a true talent with a passion for her music. Everyone raved and her presence made our event. We have booked her already for our daughter's wedding in 2015.
Erin did an amazing job at my daughter's wedding in July. She is professional and so talented!! My guests loved her and her music was just beautiful. Elisa Treadwell
Erin Hill is a magician on the harp and has a fantastic voice to go with the music, from Buddy Holly to Danny Boy to Broadway. We were absolutely thrilled with her singing, her song selection, her command of the harp and the magical sounds she created. And above all she is a wonderful lady to provide an enchanting evening.
We hired Erin to play at our wedding this past weekend and it was one of the best decisions we made. She is incredible on the harp as well as has an amazing voice. Our guests couldn't stop raving about her. While we did not get to hear all of her numbers, the two pieces that were most important to us - Pachelbel's Canon as the wedding processional and a Beach Boys song as the recessional - were played beautiful and sounded powerful and strong. What's more impressive, prior to the wedding we requested a few surprise crowd-pleaser songs which Erin had to learn from scratch, and she obliged happily. When she played those numbers our guests went nuts! Erin is highly responsive over email, has a great sense of humor, and is an absolute pleasure to deal with. We would recommend her to anybody.
Erin is an amazingly talented harpist with the voice of an angel! She is so professional, kind, sweet and well worth having at your wedding or event!! We had her play during our outdoor wedding ceremony on 9-7-14 and she was beyond amazing! She is so beautiful and professional! She was hired to play just the harp during my wedding but also sang a few songs with her angelic voice as guests arrived which was an added surprise for us! Our guests and my dad especially loved her and were shocked and amazed by her talent! Very punctual, timely and flexible with requests and knowledgable with all song types and requests! Love love love Erin! She is the best! Many thanks again!!
Erin was perfect for what we wanted - she's not your traditional harpist, in fact you can look her up on YouTube and prepare to be amazed!
Erin played at our ceremony and she was wonderful. She was easy to work with prior to the ceremony and so very accommodating.
She played contemporary music for us, even some pop music and it sounded great. We highly recommend Erin!
It's rare to find a world class harpist who also has a world class voice. Erin Hill provided the music at my son's recent wedding service and cocktail hour, demonstrating her amazing instrumental and vocal chops. Her version of Etta James' "At Last" during the service caused one of the groomsmen to turn to my son and remark "I thought you might have oversold the harp player. You definitely DID NOT oversell the harp player!"
Not only was the music world class, but Erin was a delight to work with in every respect. Pleasant, personable and professional. I highly recommend this multi-talented artist for any occasion.
Erin is one of the warmest, talented people you'll ever meet. Her repertoire is extensive, and her music inspirational. She performed at our TEDxNYIT event. Her music was one of our "ideas worth spreading" sessions. Our audience described her performance as...."unique", "authentic", "inspirational", and "you won't see this any where else". Bravo.
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Erin Hill is a New York City harpist & singer with a #1 album on the Billboard world chart. She plays for all types of events in the NYC area, Long Island, New Jersey and beyond: weddings, corporate functions, cocktail hours, concerts, house concerts, parties, etc. She has played & sung with Enya, Kanye West, moby, Cyndi Lauper, a-ha, Levon Helm, Randy Newman, Sinead O’Connor, Jewel, and has played solo at The Royal Albert Hall. She is also known as The Pretty White Girl from Comedy Central’s Chappelle’s Show.
Erin’s album Harp Town was just released by the Los Angeles label Cleopatra Records, and is available on iTunes and is also available on Amazon. It features 18 tracks of Erin’s harp & voice arrangements of songs by The Beatles, Smashing Pumpkins, Lady Gaga, Kate Bush, Alicia Keys, Roxy Music, Adele, Tim Buckley, Til Tuesday, Kansas, Leonard Cohen, Rihanna, Radiohead, U2, and even Edith Piaf and Frank Sinatra.
Cleopatra Records also released Erin’s holiday album Christmas Harp, on iTunes and on Amazon, which features Erin singing and playing the harp on classics such as “White Christmas,” “What Child Is This?,” “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” “Ave Maria,” “Pie Jesu,” “My Favorite Things,” and “Silent Night.”
Erin is also a Celtic harpist and singer; her Celtic album Four Leaf Clover hit #1 on the Billboard World chart in 2009. Erin has played harp at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and she also played harp for the US Open Tennis Championships. She was featured in an HBO “Game of Thrones” promo, playing the “Game of Thrones” theme on her harp, and she’s been featured on Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing.” She is the voice & harp of Tafne for the upcoming Android video game “The Legacy of Barubash.” USA Today and Elysa Gardner premiered Erin’s music video “Lookout, Science” as an exclusive, and she won an Independent Music Award for her album “Girl Inventor.” Erin did Original Music and Sound Design for the Drama Desk Award-nominated “That Play: a Solo Macbeth.” Erin is also known at the Ritz-Carlton on Central Park South in NYC for her rock ‘n’ roll arrangements on solo harp, as well as harp & voice.
For events, Erin can play either solo harp or she can sing and play, whichever is needed. She also plays often as a duo, trio, or group with other instruments (flute, cello, violin, pedal steel guitar, drums, etc.). She plays (and sings) all styles of music (including classical, of course), with specialties of celtic, jazz, opera, and pop (50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s on up to Lady Gaga). Her concert harp is electro-acoustic, and can be played with a small amp for intimate events, or plugged into a sound system for large venues.
Erin toured with the Lincoln Center South Pacific as harpist and pianist, and is the harpist on the new soundtrack for The Fantasticks, on Martha Wainwright’s self-titled debut album, on various commercials (Dunkin’ Donuts, etc.) and on MTV2’s Wonder Showzen. She’s a singer, songwriter and musician on the Dream Jam Band’s major label debut on EMI. As a voice-over artist she’s been heard on commercials from Coca-Cola, Comcast, and Match.com to Play-Doh, Walmart and Dunkin’ Donuts.
In the film Clear Blue Tuesday, she is a composer, screenwriter, and actor. The New York Times said: “Erin Hill, as a giddy, harp-playing Trekker, is a standout… The best and funniest scene in the film is Ms. Hill’s, a first date that looks promising until the conversation turns to the relative merits of Star Trek: Voyager…..” Erin was also in the Tim Robbins film Cradle Will Rock (and appears on the soundtrack alongside Eddie Vedder & PJ Harvey); HBO’s The Chris Rock Show; Comedy Central’s Chappelle’s Show; and PBS’s American Masters.
Erin’s band has been a Dragon*Con house band, playing her original pop music at the world’s largest Science Fiction & Fantasy convention, and both of her sci-fi music videos, “Giant Mushrooms” and “Lookout, Science,” were part of the Dragon*Con Independent Film Festival. Erin has also worked with The Peter Ulrich Collaboration; Erin co-wrote, sings lead on, and plays harp and bass on the single and music video “Dark Daddy.”
As a stage actor, she was in the original Broadway casts of Titanic, Sam Mendes’ Cabaret, and Urinetown and has twice been part of the Sundance Theater Lab in Utah, originating the role of Ilse in Spring Awakening with Duncan Sheik, and as musical director for Lil’s 90th (also at the Long Wharf Theater) with Jo Bonney. She was seen most recently in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Classic Stage Company in NYC alongside Bebe Neuwirth and Christina Ricci (Newsday called her “the dangerously enjoyable Erin Hill”).
Erin toured with and opened for a-ha in 2008 in Europe and London, where she played solo at the Royal Albert Hall (see the a-ha.com interview with Erin on a-ha’s official site). Erin is also a huge Beatles fan, and performs regularly with Jimmy Vivino (of Conan O’Brien) and Will Lee (of Letterman) in The Fab Faux. And lastly, she also juggles and is an expert at walking on her hands (one of which can be seen in the film Clear Blue Tuesday, and the other on The Rosie O’Donnell Show, the 52nd Annual Tony Awards, and Late Night with David Letterman).
Upcoming Booked Events
|April 21, 2018 • 1:00pm - 4:00pm||Religious Celebration|
Past Booked Events
|December 15, 2016 • 12:00pm - 2:00pm||Holiday Party (Other)|
|August 12, 2016–August 13, 2016 • 7:00pm - 2:30am||Wedding Ceremony|
|November 13, 2015||Wedding Engagement|
|October 13, 2015||Corporate Event|
|October 10, 2015||Wedding Ceremony|
|October 10, 2015||Wedding Ceremony|
|September 27, 2015||Wedding Reception|
|August 02, 2015||Wedding Ceremony|
|February 03, 2015||Other|
|November 29, 2014||Wedding Ceremony|
The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) - Simon and Garfunkel
Across the Universe - The Beatles
After the Gold Rush - Neil Young
Alison - Elvis Costello
All of Me – John Legend
Amazing Grace - traditional
And I Love Her - The Beatles
And You Tell Me - a-ha
Angel of the Morning - Merrilee Rush/Juice Newton
Apache – The Ventures
Ashes to Ashes - David Bowie
At Last – Etta James
Ave Maria – vocal & harp - Schubert
Band on the Run - Paul McCartney & Wings
The Beautiful Ones - Prince
Begin the Beguine - Cole Porter
Because the Night – Patti Smith/Bruce Springsteen
Bein' With You - Smokey Robinson
Blue Bayou - Roy Orbison/Linda Rondstadt
Blue Moon - Frank Sinatra
Brand New Key - Melanie
Bus Stop - The Hollies
California Dreamin' - The Mamas & the Papas
Carrie-Anne - The Hollies
Come and Get It - Badfinger
Come Back to Sorrento -- (opera Dean Martin)
Come Go With Me - The Del-Vikings
Come Softly to Me - The Fleetwoods
Complicated - Avril Lavigne
Crazy - Patsy Cline/Willie Nelson
Crazy Love - Van Morrisson
Dancin' in the Moonlight - King Harvest
Dancing Queen - ABBA
Day After Day - Badfinger
Daydream - Lovin' Spoonful
A Day in the Life - The Beatles
Dig a Pony - The Beatles
Down Under - Men at Work
Dust in the Wind - Kansas
Eleanor Rigby - The Beatles
Elenore - The Turtles
Escape (Pina Colada Song) - Rupert Holmes
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic - The Police
Everyday - Buddy Holly
Fairy Tale - Guang Liang
First Love - Utada Hikaru
Fixing a Hole - The Beatles
Flower Duet – Delibes (classical)
Fly Me to the Moon - Frank Sinatra
Ghost Riders in the Sky - Frankie Lane
Girl - The Beatles
Girl from Ipanema, The - Jobim & Astrud Gilberto
Girl with the Flaxen Hair – Debussy (classical)
Golden Years - David Bowie
Gypsy – Fleetwood Mac
Groovin' - The Rascals
Hallelujah – Leonard Cohen/Jeff Buckley
Head Over Heels - Tears for Fears
Here Comes the Sun – The Beatles
A Hero Comes Home - from Beowulf
Hotel California - The Eagles
Hungry Like the Wolf - Duran Duran
I Only Have Eyes For You - The Flamingoes
I Will Always Love You - Dolly Parton/Whitney Houston
I Will Follow Him - Peggy Lee
If It's Magic - Stevie Wonder
I'm Only Sleeping - The Beatles
If You Could Read My Mind - Gordon Lightfoot
I'm Not in Love - 10CC
I'm on Fire - Bruce Springsteen
Is This Love - Bob Marley
Island Song – Theme from “Adventure Time”
It Had to Be You - from "Casablanca"
I've Dreamed of You - Barbra Streisand
Jenny Wren - Paul McCartney
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – Bach (classical)
Killing Me Softly - Roberta Flack/The Fugees
Kiss from a Rose - Seal
Lady Be Good - Cole Porter
Lara's Theme - Dr. Zhivago
Latch - Disclosure / Sam Smith
Layla - Eric Clapton
Let Me Roll It - Paul McCartney
Life on Mars - David Bowie
Light My Fire - The Doors
Little Red Riding Hood - Sam the Sham & The Pharoahs
Lola - The Kinks
Love Boat - The Love Boat Theme
Love Me Tender - Elvis Presley
Love My Way - The Psychedelic Furs
Love You More Each Day - Jacky Cheung
Lover’s Concerto – The Toys (from a Bach melody)
Lullaby - The Dixie Chicks
Mandy - Barry Manilow
Major Earth Minor Sky - a-ha
Marry Me - Train
Marry You – Bruno Mars
Material Girl - Madonna
Maxwell's Silver Hammer - The Beatles
The Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo) - Bob Dylan/Manfred Mann
Moonage Daydream - David Bowie
More Than This - Roxy Music
Mr. Tambourine Man - The Byrds/Bob Dylan
Mull of Kintyre - Paul McCartney & Wings
My Heart Will Go On (Titanic) - Celine Dion
My Love - Paul McCartney & Wings
My Way - Frank Sinatra
Natural Woman - Aretha Franklin/Carole King
Norwegian Wood - The Beatles
O Mio Babbino Caro - Puccini (opera)
Old-Fashioned Love Song - Three Dog Night
One of Us - Joan Osborne
Only Time – Enya
Pachelbel’s Canon in D – (classical)
Paparazzi – Lady Gaga
Peg - Steely Dan
Point of Know Return - Kansas
Poison Ivy - The Coasters
The Prayer - Celine Dion & Andrea Bocelli
Rain, the Park & Other Things - The Cowsills
Ready for the Times to Get Better - Crystal Gayle
Rebellion (Lies) - Arcade Fire
Ribbon in the Sky - Stevie Wonder
Ring of Fire - Johnny Cash
Rose, The – Bette Midler
Ruby Tuesday - The Rolling Stones
Runaway - Del Shannon
Scarborough Fair – Simon & Garfunkel
Sea of Love - The Honeydrippers/Cat Power/Phil Phillips
See Emily Play - Pink Floyd
Skylark – Hoagy Carmichael/Johnny Mercer
Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
Someone Like You - Adele
Something - The Beatles
Somewhere - West Side Story
Somewhere Only We Know - Keane / Lily Allen
Song for Someone - U2Song of Joy – Beethoven (classical)
Songbird - Eva Cassidy, Fleetwood Mac)
Sound of Silence - Simon & Garfunkel
Space Oddity (Major Tom) - David Bowie
Speak Softly Love – Theme from “The Godfather”
Star Wars: Main Theme, Imperial March, The Throne Room
Stardust - Hoagy Carmichael
Starman - David Bowie
Stop Your Sobbing - The Pretenders/The Kinks
Strawberry Fields Forever - The Beatles
Stranger in Paradise - Kismet (Broadway)
Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) - The Eurythmics
Take a Message to Mary - The Everly Brothers
Take On Me - a-ha
That’s Amore -- Dean Martin
A Thousand Years - Christina Perri
Til I Kissed You - The Everly Brothers
Time of the Season - The Zombies
Time to Say Goodbye – Andrea Bocelli/Sarah Brightman
Total Eclipse of the Heart - Bonnie Tyler
Unforgettable - Nat King Cole, Natalie Cole
Venus - Frankie Avalon
Voices Carry - Til Tuesday
Waterloo Sunset - The Kinks
Wake Up - Arcade Fire
The Way We Were – Barbra Streisand
Way You Look Tonight, The – Frank Sinatra
Wear Your Love Like Heaven - Donovan
West Coast - Lana Del Rey
When I’m 64 -- The Beatles
White Bird - It's a Beautiful Day
Who's That Girl - Eurythmics
Wild Horses – The Rolling Stones
Wonderful Tonight - Eric Clapton
Wouldn’t It Be Nice – Beach Boys – in F
You Needed Me - Anne Murray
You Send Me - Sam Cooke
Your Song - Elton John
You've Got the Love - Florence the Machine
Danny Boy – Celtic
Believe Me if All Those Endearing Young Charms – Celtic
Bendemeer’s Stream – Celtic
The Blackbird - Celtic
The Castle of Dromore – Celtic
The Fanaid Grove – Celtic
Farewell! But Whenever You Welcome the Hour – Celtic
Farewell to Liverpool – Celtic
Fields of Athenry - Celtic
The Foggy Dew - Celtic
Galway Bay – Celtic
The Gartan Mother’s Lullaby – Celtic
The Girl I Left Behind Me - Celtic
Greensleeves - Celtic
The Gyspsy Rover – Celtic
How Are Things in Glocca Morra - Celtic (Finian’s Rainbow)
Isle of Innisfree - Celtic (The Quiet Man)
Kathleen Mavourneen - Celtic
The Lark in the Clear Air – Celtic
The Lark in the Morning
The Last Rose of Summer – Celtic
The Lea Rig -- Celtic
The Leprechaun – Celtic
Limerick is Beautiful – Celtic
Look to the Rainbow – Celtic (Finian’s Rainbow)
Molly Malone (Cockles and Mussels) - Celtic
My Lagan Love - Celtic
My Wild Irish Rose – Celtic
My Yellow-Haired Lad – Celtic
The Rakes of Mallow - Celtic
Rosin the Bow - Celtic
Salley Gardens - Celtic
She Moved Through the Fair – Celtic
Shule Aroon – Celtic
Star of the County Down – Celtic
Sweet Carnloch Bay – Celtic
Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ra – Celtic
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling – Celtic
Will Ye Go, Lassie – Celtic
|Erin Hill||Harpist and Vocalist|