A band that has garnered a reputation as one of the best bands on the Irish folk circuit has scheduled a show in Michigan. The band from Dublin, ‘All Folk’d Up’, has evolved and captured fans from all over the world. Sell out shows continue in Ireland and the UK, and the band has impressed audiences in several countries.
All Folk’d Up
Contemporary Irish Folk-Rock group, All Folk’d Up, was formed in Dublin by lead singer Pauric Mohan, his younger brother Barry and other Dublin musicians. After polishing their live set with a full band line up, All Folk’d Up soon landed themselves a residency at Dublin’s world famous Temple Bar, developing a devoted and impassioned fanbase along the way. From those early days in Dublin the band have evolved and captured fans from all over the world. Sell out shows ensued in Ireland and the UK, and the band have impressed festival audiences in Europe, America, Germany and Spain throughout their tenure.
All Folk’d Up have garnered a reputation as one of the best bands on the Irish folk circuit with a unique ability to rework old Irish folk and traditional songs into modern music.
The band released their hugely successful self-titled debut album in 2013 and, after extensive touring, All Folk’d Up released their enormously popular follow up ‘Draw Back the Curtain’ in 2016. With the imposition of lockdowns in 2020 – 2021 the band recorded and live streamed a show from County Armagh on St. Patrick’s Day, later releasing the recording as a live album, ‘Live At The Market Place’. Recording is currently underway for the group’s third studio album for release in the autumn.
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