Roland Vinyard,

"The Bard Rocks"


Starting from the songs of the Clancy Brothers who introduced America to so many good singable songs, often with great choruses, The Bard went deeper into it when he joined the Valley Bog Players, his local Irish band. But many of these are ones the band doesn’t do. No one runs out of great Irish material!

The Mermaid

Morning Has Broken
Mountains of Mourne

Mr. Moses Ri-too-ral-i-ay
Mrs. McGrath

Munster Pickles Jig
New South Wales
Off to Sea Once More
Ould Triangle

Pat & Mike's Fight
Sick Excuse
The Praties, They Grow Small
Real Old Mountain Dew

Rickety Tickety Tin
Roddy McCorley
Sam Hall

Soldier's Joy

Staten Island
They’re Moving Father’s Grave to Build a Sewer
Trinity Cake

The Unicorn

Wearing of the Green

When Irish Eyes Are Smiling

Why Paddy's Not at Work Today
Wild Rover
Will Ye Go, Lassie, Go?
Wraggle-Taggle Gypsies

Black Velvet Band

Bog Down in the Valley

Bowery Grenadiers

Brennan on the Moor
Carlton Weaver

Chester Arthur's Jig

Cliffs of Dooneen
The Cobbler
Danny Boy

Dark Island

Devil & the Farmer's Wife

Down By the Sally Gardens

Fiddler’s Green

Finnegan's Wake

Galway Bay
Gypsy Rover

Hail Glorious St. Patrick

Haste to the Wedding

Harvest Home
Holy Ground
Home, Boys, Home

I Once Loved a Lass
Isn’t It Grand, Boys?
Katy Cruel
Kevin Barry
Kilgary Mountain
Leaving of Liverpool
Little Beggerman
Lord Nelson

Lord of the Dance