It's that time of year where you get to pinch someone who doesn't wear green! Or drink green beer, whatever you prefer. I like to call this "My Holiday," mainly because my middle name is Patrick d": But enough with the nonsense, here are some musicians that are proudly Irish with some that I didn't know myself (I just assume everyone from Europe is from Britain, I'm sorry!) Check out the Irish acts to celebrate the holiday!
One of the most famous bands to come out of Ireland, it's no surprise that they make this list! Their music is always good, but this one got me most excited. Part of it is due to the video (amazingly cool), or was it the commercial? Either way, they know how to keep moving forward. Hope to hear so much more from these Irish fellows ^^
Enya - Orinoco Flow
Enya - Orinoco Flow
Didn't know she was actually Irish until I did my research - and it's easy to pick my favourite song from her. I remember this song since I was a child (the memory that keeps coming back to me was this river ride in Las Vegas, I doubt it's there anymore). Such a soothing sound it has, it's no surprise why people love her (even though I am not familiar with her current music). May more success come her way!
Westlife - World Of Our Own
Ronan Keating - Life Is A Rollercoaster
this movie where I began to take an interest in his music. I guess being the theme ending for a movie really does the trick. But before being a solo artist, he was part of a boy band (try to figure out which one is him!) Perhaps some people age better than others d":
B*Witched - C'est La Vie
The Corrs - Breathless
The Script - Breakeven
Snow Patrol - Just Say Yes
this song, but I enjoy this one much better. Finally he knows what he was looking for all this time, and he'll feel fulfilled with one little answer... Hopefully you make the right decision. Oddly enough, it was used to promote a film which occurs in Ireland! What are the chances of that happening? If anyone knows what love is all about, ask the Irish.
Samantha Mumba - Baby Come On Over