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Bobby Kyle Band -
"Kyle’s songwriting, guitar work and singing, capturing the uncompromising spirit of a man who has walked down blues roads and found his own way."
- Toronto Blues Society


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Seanchai and the Unity Squad
"...the only Celtic-influenced hip-hop band on either side of the Atlantic. Seanchai (pronounced shan-a-kee) and the Unity Squad ... mix .. hip-hop, rock, reggae, and traditional Irish music. With the in-your-face politics of Northern Ireland and laments about the commercialism of hip-hop, lead rapper and songwriter Chris Byrne meshes these eclectic styles."
Village Voice

Joe Hurley and Rogue's March
Noted for their eclectic blend of rock & roll, country, punk, and pop (with a shot of Irish), along with a flair for storytelling bordering on the cinematic, Rogues's March have released two independent CDs, the critically acclaimed debut Never Fear and the follow-up, Chaser. "Shut Up and Drink," the raucous ode to imbibing from Never Fear, was a featured song of the week on WNEW-FM in their pre-talk radio days, and remains a permanent fixture on the city's finest jukeboxes. The band was also interviewed on MTV News, before going on to tour both coasts, the Midwest, and Canada, garnering new fans and rave reviews.


Paul Clements
"acoustic guitarist" "open tunings, finger picking, hammer-ons pull-offs and even a little bottleneck.." "A rare treat" Downtown

blue number nine
"top-notch musicianship, catchy songs, choreography and a warm, fun vibe "
Pennsylvania Musician

Morning Star
"one of the most popular Irish traditional music groups in the New York area" Irish Voice,March17


Pat McGuire
"After his sold out performance at Webster Hall... industry types rushed out to get Pat McGuire's first album" The Music Paper

Annie Minogue - "soulful songs with great hooks and solid instrumentation. Melodic rock guitar driven tracks which inspire as well as arouse."

Kenny Margolis
In addition to his personal projects with his zydeco rock band, Lucky 7 and Joe Hurley & Rogue's March/the Gents, Margolis has recorded and/or toured with Elliott Murphy, Camper Van Beethoven, The Smithereens, The Silos, and most recently with Willy DeVille again as well as continuing work with Cracker among others in the U.S. and Europe.