This exciting Celtic Rock Band from Baltimore can rock everything Irish and more, from traditional, rebel, to contemporary Celtic Rock. The band takes pride in their ability to entertain a diverse fan base from family friendly festivals to the rowdy pubs where Irish music thrives! Gaelic Mishap's popularity is quickly spreading and they have performed several times at the nationally renowned Shamrockfest in DC, Mercer Irish Festival in NJ, and many other east coast festivals and pubs.
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While it may have been a “mishap” as to how they were formed, their music is not left up to chance. Inspired by bands such as the Pogues, Flogging Molly, and the Young Dubliners, their music has Irish roots, but with a healthy dose of rock, hence their slogan: “not your mother’s Irish band.” Armed with a large repertoire of songs this band can entertain at any venue. Band members play multiple instruments that include: fiddle, guitar, banjo, harmonica, bass, drums, bodhran and whistle and of course all while providing impressive vocals and harmonies. Don't take our word for it; see what others are saying about Gaelic Mishap!
"You guys were awesome!" Shamrockfest stage manager
"We heard nothing but great things about the band. I look forward to hearing you again next year." Mercer Irish Festival Director
"Gaelic Mishap was incredible! You guys are better every year! Thanks guys and can't wait to do it again soon." An Poitin Stil Manager
"Your music selection was perfect. We love having you here!" Mick O'Shea's Irish Pub owner
"Awesome band! One of this Alabama boy's favorite memories of a weekend in B'more is of Gaelic Mishap playing at O'Shea's!" Facebook post
Our set list consists of a wide range of traditional Irish and Irish rebel songs, contemporary Celtic Rock and even some popular classic rock and contemporary rock,
Influences & Inspiration
For our Celtic rock songs - Groups such as the Young Dubliners, Flogging Molly, the Pogues, Great Big Sea, and Dropkick Murphys.
For our rebel and traditional Irish songs - Groups such as the Town Pants and The Wolfe Tones