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Photo Credit: Amy Hubbarth

Photo Credit: Amy Hubbarth

This is the band you've been waiting to drink with. The band brings the party to life with their infectious, high-octane originals and energetic stage show. Don't plan on sitting down once they've hit the stage!

Swift guitar swirls with dancing violin, on top of mandolin or accordion, while the bass and drums drive a rhythm straight to your drinking hand! The next thing you know your drink is empty and you can't stop bouncing along. Grab another drink and enjoy the rest of the show. Cheers!

 

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  • Trish Straub

    Trish Straub Danielson, CT

    Hey guys! Saw you yesterday for the first time at Warped Tour in Mansfield 😁 such an amazing set... So much energy! So much fun getting to chat with you, and i really hope we can check you out again!

    Hey guys! Saw you yesterday for the first time at Warped Tour in Mansfield 😁 such an amazing set... So much energy! So much fun getting to chat with you, and i really hope we can check you out again!

  • Matthew

    Matthew Monroe, NY

    Just say you guys at warped tour in scranton, pa, you guys killed it I loved the performance. STONE CLOVER FUCKING ROCKS!

    Just say you guys at warped tour in scranton, pa, you guys killed it I loved the performance. STONE CLOVER FUCKING ROCKS!

  • Dylan Martin

    Dylan Martin Scranton, PA

    So good I gave out stickers for people to see the band

    So good I gave out stickers for people to see the band

  • Dylan Martin

    Dylan Martin Scranton, PA

    Show was really good, got me kicking, and got some free stuff, 10/10 plan on seeing shows more

    Show was really good, got me kicking, and got some free stuff, 10/10 plan on seeing shows more

  • John Webb

    John Webb Farmington Hills

    One of the first times I saw these guys I was wasted at Scottish fest and got a call from my fiancé that she was in labor and the baby was coming lol but anyways I love this band and the energy they put into every show! Keep it up guys! You the man Pauly

    One of the first times I saw these guys I was wasted at Scottish fest and got a call from my fiancé that she was in labor and the baby was coming lol but anyways I love this band and the energy they put into every show! Keep it up guys! You the man Pauly

  • renee

    renee roseville

    its amazing to hear you play but when is the new album being released?

    its amazing to hear you play but when is the new album being released?

  • Chris

    Chris Muskegon, MI

    Had an awesome time your show, at the Michigan Irish Festival Very high energy

    Had an awesome time your show, at the Michigan Irish Festival Very high energy

  • Justine

    Justine

    Sounded real good in Sparta , stone on!!

    Sounded real good in Sparta , stone on!!

  • Kathleen Rua

    Kathleen Rua Sparta Michigan

    You are so alive! Love you!

    You are so alive! Love you!

  • Mike Tierney

    Mike Tierney Royal Oak

    Great Shows at the Highland Games!

    Great Shows at the Highland Games!

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