11 Short Stories of Pain and Glory (ADA Music). Review by Joe Frietze.
Walking Into White (Waterbug Records). Review by James Mann.
100 Acres Of Sycamore (Heavenly Music ). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Carl F Gauze can never get enough of good post punk Celtic Canadians, so it’s a good thing when Enter the Haggis comes to town.
Celtic punk veterans Dropkick Murphys rip though Orlando leaving beer-sodden green mohawks in their wake.
Returning for two sold-out shows in Orlando on their annual Green 17 Tour, Flogging Molly gave Carl Gauze a reason to chug another Guinness.
Great voices and Celtic Music from a band made popular on PBS lilt through the UCF Arena. Carl F Gauze knows it’s going to be an early, and comfy, night.
Rusalnaia (Camera Obscura). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The Tain (Acuarela ). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Carl F Gauze – and most likely the rest of the home audience – is not one for the singalong. Sometimes, you just gotta let the band do its thing.
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Ethnomixicology (Six Degrees). Review by Carl F Gauze.
<i>In Concert Live In Galway</i> (Shamtown). Review by <b>Carl F Gauze</b>.
In Concert Live In Galway (Shamtown). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Never Bet the Devil Your Head (Cosa Nostra). Review by Brian Kruger.
Absolutely (Higher Octave). Review by Brian Kruger.
The Scavenger Bride (Projekt). Review by Kiran Aditham.
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