The Sheridan Band

The Sheridan Band

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The Sheridan Band is a high-energy traditional Celtic folk group. The band consists of 4 family members playing a mix of traditional Celtic folk and contemporary rock music. A subtle blend of sounds weaves its way throughout their music creating the perfect ingredients for a foot-stomping good time.

Biography

The Sheridan Band brings to life an engaging blend of music, dancing, comedy and story telling that always leaves audiences wanting more. Sing along to many of your favorite Irish drinking songs or great contemporary rock classics. Get out on the floor and dance with the band to energetic jigs, reels or Celtic rock hits from great Canadian bands. Sit back and enjoy the hilarious tales of the O’Malley family as they get caught up in life’s everyday events. The comedic nature of all the band members reflects their love of life, music, laughter and good times. A night to remember!

The Sheridan Band is a high-energy traditional Celtic folk group. The band consists of four family members who were often asked to play their music at various family and community events. As others quickly discovered, a party breaks out wherever this group performs. The requests to perform have continued to pour in from Northern Ontario right down into Michigan.

The Sheridan Band's music reflects the musical influences they had experienced growing up in an Irish-Canadian family. The traditional Celtic folk songs dominate their music throughout the evening. A subtle blend of sounds stemming from their contemporary rock influences weaves its way throughout their music creating the perfect ingredients for a foot-stomping good time

Discography

CD - Live at Terrence Hall

Set List

Old Black Rum
Brown Eyed Girl
Ring of Fire
I'se the Bye
Cecelia
Harvest Horne Hornpipe
Drunken Sailor
Sudbury Saturday Night
Ahead By a Century
MacNamara’s Band
500 Miles
If I had a Million Dollars
Obla Di Obla Da
Farewell to Nova Scotia
Cock of the North
Margaritaville
Folsum Prison Blues
Home for a Rest