No matter how big or small the party is, God knows you could well be just dancing around your own house, here are some Irish songs you need to know! A traditional Irish song about a magnificent, though improbable, a sailing ship that reaches an unfortunate end. One that is only sung after many a beer is consumed and Irish people get nostalgic. Some may end up in tears.
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1. "Where the Streets Have No Name" — U2
But narrowing the endless, wonderful history of Irish music down to just ten songs? This is the ultimate sing-along song. Most will recognise this Dubliners version. But it was most likely written long before, sometime in the late 19 th century.
You know, Irish music often gets pigeonholed as bar sing-alongs or just U2. But there's so much more than that, from protest, to punk rock, to folk, to some of the biggest pop stars in recent memory. Join us as we run down the best Irish music, with the perfect playlist for your St. Patrick's Day antics. Good for: When when the young gentlemen have returned for a night of revelry. Good for: When you have no idea where you put your wooden leg. Good for: A little inspiration for what to embroider on that throw pillow. Good for: When you're in the mood for some extremely Irish folk ditties. Good for: When you want to celebrate Christmas, but also kinda want to highlight the dangers of alcoholism and drug addiction. Good for: When you really just need another reminder that U2 used to be good.
Famous Irish American Songs. When the Irish stepped off ships by the tens of thousands during the great waves of Irish immigration to America, they brought with them little more than the clothes on their backs, empty stomachs, and a special gift for song. In fact, the Irish are known for their inspiring music perhaps as much as anything else. For centuries, Irish songs have been the centerpiece of the traditional Gaelic social gathering, known as the ceili, where families entertain each other by playing Gaelic folk music and dancing. As the Irish in America maintained these Irish musical traditions over the last couple of centuries, their great Irish music gradually trickled out of the Irish pubs and Irish dance halls to take hold in American popular culture. Many Irish American songs were among the most popular of their day, and some are still sung today on St. The following is a list of famous Irish American songs from the late 19 th and early 20 th centuries. You can click on each to listen. Ireland, Mother Ireland. It's the Same Old Shillelagh.