"The Night of Tomfoolery," "Another Stupid Drinking Song" and "The Narwhaling Cheesehead" are just but a wee sample of the intriguing song titles in Gaelic Storm's deep catalog.
And now the Irish quintet out of L.A., who first came to fame as the party band in the movie Titanic, blows into the House of Blues Chicago for St. Patrick's weekend. The always-entertaining group has released a dozen other discs (a number of which have debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard World Albums chart), have performed more than 3,000 live concerts and are known for a dynamic stage show featuring their signature mix of Scotch-Irish folk music and Celtic rock.
For your reading enjoyment, by the founder of The Local Tourist:
"If John Steinbeck earned a Nobel Prize in Literature shortly after publishing Travels with Charley, then Theresa should start planning a trip to Oslo, Norway, because Two Lane Gems is every bit the book Travels with Charley was. And then some." ~Amazon review