I personally have lined up to see the California-based punk outfit on at least one occasion, and they blew me away. For those going to the show, prepare yourselves. Starting off with some uber-catchy tin whistles and drums, this toe-tapping ditty will have you on your feet dancing an Irish jig in no time. The only image I can conjure from listening to this grog-fueled pirate song is a gang of pirates dancing their faces off and getting into bar fights while the band plays this in the background. The mandolin, fiddle and accordion work in perfect harmony with gritty punk guitars to make this song truly unique. A great pump-up song, if you need one. Ahhh, Irish rebel songs. Nothing better. This anthem goes from fast to comfortingly slow, only to get fast again and threaten to burst your heart with its sincerity. I know.
2. Devil's Dance Floor
Led by Irish vocalist Dave King , formerly of the hard rock band Fastway. They are signed to their own record label , Borstal Beat Records. He later fronted a hard rock band called Katmandu , featuring Mandy Meyer of Krokus on guitars. Afterwards, Dave King retained a record deal with Epic Records and began to work on a solo album, but began to reconsider his record deal when the label opposed his idea of bringing in traditional Irish instruments. King negotiated out of his record deal to go his own way musically soon after. They began to play a mix of Irish traditional and rock. Putting Dave's poetic lyrics to rocking melodies, they played at a Los Angeles pub called Molly Malone's weekly, building a small but loyal following. Ted and Jeff then left Flogging Molly because an earlier band of theirs, Reacharound , received a record deal.
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Without further ado, here are Flogging Molly top 10 tracks of all time:. Kell's, styled after an Irish pub, had a stage fit for a quartet at best, but was forced to cope with the foot-stomping rush of the Irish folk-punk whirlwind packed upon it anyway. At times, eight people crammed onto the tiny stage to spew forth a brilliant sound fueled by equal parts Guinness, bile and joy. Kicking off with the aptly titled "Swagger," King gave a four count that set off an explosion of energy. The band played with such ferocity that they twice had to apologize to the wedding reception upstairs not that they turned down any, mind you. Their foot-stomping tunes eventually smoothed over any rough feelings, for the happy couple ended up in the front row, pints in hand and cheering on this crew of mad bastards. King was a slave driver, urging his band mates to ever more furious heights as they tore threw most of their two CD's worth of material.
Details: p. Monday, March Tempe Beach Park, 54 W. Rio Salado Parkway. We're coming up on St. Patrick's Day weekend, and that can only mean Flogging Molly are on their way to celebrate the wearin' o' the green. This is the 10 th consecutive and 11 th total year the folk punks have spent St. Paddy's in the Valley. Formed in by singer Dave King, an Irish ex-pat who had formerly fronted the British hair-metal veterans Fastway, and fiddler Bridget Regan, who would later become King's wife, Flogging Molly play Celtic-flavored punk in the spirit of the Pogues or Dropkick Murphys.