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* ConceptAlbum: Every song on ''The Boathouse'' is about sailing and the sailor's life.
10th Jul '15 9:02:58 AM erforce
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Music/GaelicStorm is a Celtic band formed in 1996 when Patrick Murphy and Steve Wehmeyer joined Steve Twigger and Brian Walsh to perform at O'Brien's Irish Pub and Restaurant in Santa Monica, California. They subsequently appeared in the 1997 movie ''{{Titanic}}'' as the steerage band, performing "An Irish Party in Third Class". This gained them a lot of popularity, and the band has been touring around the world since, playing over 120 shows a year. They have released nine studio albums and two compilation albums, which have consistently ranked high on the Billboard World Music Charts.

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Music/GaelicStorm is a Celtic band formed in 1996 when Patrick Murphy and Steve Wehmeyer joined Steve Twigger and Brian Walsh to perform at O'Brien's Irish Pub and Restaurant in Santa Monica, California. They subsequently appeared in the 1997 movie ''{{Titanic}}'' ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'' as the steerage band, performing "An Irish Party in Third Class". This gained them a lot of popularity, and the band has been touring around the world since, playing over 120 shows a year. They have released nine studio albums and two compilation albums, which have consistently ranked high on the Billboard World Music Charts.



* CallBack: Though song "Don't Let the Truth Get in the Way (of a Good Story)" is a long string of completely implausible fish tales, there's a noticeable {{Beat}} after the line "I was in [[{{Titanic}} some blockbuster movie]] and I didn't make a dime."

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* CallBack: Though song "Don't Let the Truth Get in the Way (of a Good Story)" is a long string of completely implausible fish tales, there's a noticeable {{Beat}} after the line "I was in [[{{Titanic}} [[Film/{{Titanic 1997}} some blockbuster movie]] and I didn't make a dime."
27th Jun '15 6:01:40 PM LadyJafaria
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* CarMeetsHouse: "What's the Rumpus?" has the line "Something running in the kitchen and it might have been my car!" Given that everyone was drunk, Car most likely Met House.
9th Dec '14 4:05:38 PM littlelarciel
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Music/GaelicStorm is a Celtic band formed in 1996 when Patrick Murphy and Steve Wehmeyer joined Steve Twigger and Brian Walsh to perform at O'Brien's Irish Pub and Restaurant in Santa Monica, California. They subsequently appeared in the 1997 movie {{Titanic}} as the steerage band, performing "An Irish Party in Third Class". This gained them a lot of popularity, and the band has been touring around the world since, playing over 120 shows a year. They have released nine studio albums and two compilation albums, which have consistently ranked high on the Billboard World Music Charts.

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Music/GaelicStorm is a Celtic band formed in 1996 when Patrick Murphy and Steve Wehmeyer joined Steve Twigger and Brian Walsh to perform at O'Brien's Irish Pub and Restaurant in Santa Monica, California. They subsequently appeared in the 1997 movie {{Titanic}} ''{{Titanic}}'' as the steerage band, performing "An Irish Party in Third Class". This gained them a lot of popularity, and the band has been touring around the world since, playing over 120 shows a year. They have released nine studio albums and two compilation albums, which have consistently ranked high on the Billboard World Music Charts.



* AudienceParticipationSong: "Me and the Moon". During concerts, the audience is encouraged to shout the lines "I brought the whiskey!" and "I brought the light!" Those on the "whiskey" side hold up shot glasses while those on the "light" side hold up their cell phones to produce light.



* CelebritySong: "The Night I Punched Creator/RussellCrowe"



* DrunkenSong: too many to list.

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* DrunkenSong: too Too many to list.



* GargleBlaster: "Johnny Jump Up".

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* GargleBlaster: "Johnny Jump Up". Up".
* SelfTitledAlbum: Their debut album in 1998.
* TheOneThatGotAway: "Lover's Wreck"



* RevolvingDoorBand: Except for founding members Patrick Murphy and Steve Twigger.



* WentToTheGreatXInTheSky: the song "Never Drink Em Dry (Johnny Tarr's Funeral)" mentions that Johnny has gone to "the pub way up in the sky."

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* WentToTheGreatXInTheSky: the The song "Never Drink Em Dry (Johnny Tarr's Funeral)" mentions that Johnny has gone to "the pub way up in the sky."
3rd Oct '14 8:45:00 AM QuestionMarker
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The group infuses traditional Irish and Scottish music with modern influences like rock, country and folk. Their signature style incorporates a wide variety of traditional instruments, and their songs contain playful and easy-going lyrics. Current band members are founding members and VocalTagTeam Patrick Murphy (accordion, various other instruments) and Steve Twigger (guitar, various other instruments), Ryan Lacey (percussion, [[RunningGag various other instruments]]), Peter Purvis ([[EverythingsLouderWithBagpipes pipes]] and whistle) and Jessie Burns (fiddle, mandolin).


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The group infuses traditional Irish and Scottish music with modern influences like rock, country and folk. Their signature style incorporates a wide variety of traditional instruments, and their songs contain playful and easy-going lyrics. Current band members are founding members and VocalTagTeam Patrick Murphy (accordion, various other instruments) and Steve Twigger (guitar, various other instruments), Ryan Lacey (percussion, [[RunningGag various other instruments]]), Peter Purvis ([[EverythingsLouderWithBagpipes pipes]] and whistle) and Jessie Burns Kiana Weber (fiddle, mandolin).

3rd Oct '14 8:38:53 AM QuestionMarker
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Music/GaelicStorm is a celtic band formed in California in 1996. Their music includes influences from traditional Irish and Scottish music as well as celtic rock. Their signature style incorporates a wide variety of traditional instruments and contains playful and easy-going lyrics. Current band members are Patrick Murphy and Steve Twigger, [[VocalTagTeam who both do lead vocals]], Ryan Lacey, Peter Purvis and Jessie Burns.

They appeared in the 1997 movie {{Titanic}}, in which they played "An Irish Party in Third Class".

They currently have brought out nine studio albums:
* 1998 - ''Gaelic Storm''
* 1999 - ''Herding Cats''
* 2001 - ''Tree''
* 2003 - ''Special Reserve''
* 2004 - ''How Are We Getting Home?''
* 2006 - ''Bring Yer Wellies''
* 2008 - ''What’s The Rumpus?''
* 2010 - ''Cabbage''
* 2012 - ''Chicken Boxer''

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Music/GaelicStorm is a celtic Celtic band formed in California in 1996. Their music includes influences from traditional Irish and Scottish music as well as celtic rock. Their signature style incorporates a wide variety of traditional instruments and contains playful and easy-going lyrics. Current band members are 1996 when Patrick Murphy and Steve Twigger, [[VocalTagTeam who both do lead vocals]], Ryan Lacey, Peter Purvis Wehmeyer joined Steve Twigger and Jessie Burns.Brian Walsh to perform at O'Brien's Irish Pub and Restaurant in Santa Monica, California. They subsequently appeared in the 1997 movie {{Titanic}} as the steerage band, performing "An Irish Party in Third Class". This gained them a lot of popularity, and the band has been touring around the world since, playing over 120 shows a year. They have released nine studio albums and two compilation albums, which have consistently ranked high on the Billboard World Music Charts.

They appeared in the 1997 movie {{Titanic}}, in which they played "An The group infuses traditional Irish Party in Third Class".and Scottish music with modern influences like rock, country and folk. Their signature style incorporates a wide variety of traditional instruments, and their songs contain playful and easy-going lyrics. Current band members are founding members and VocalTagTeam Patrick Murphy (accordion, various other instruments) and Steve Twigger (guitar, various other instruments), Ryan Lacey (percussion, [[RunningGag various other instruments]]), Peter Purvis ([[EverythingsLouderWithBagpipes pipes]] and whistle) and Jessie Burns (fiddle, mandolin).

They currently have brought out nine studio albums:
* 1998 - ''Gaelic Storm''
* 1999 - ''Herding Cats''
* 2001 - ''Tree''
* 2003 - ''Special Reserve''
* 2004 - ''How Are We Getting Home?''
* 2006 - ''Bring Yer Wellies''
* 2008 - ''What’s The Rumpus?''
* 2010 - ''Cabbage''
* 2012 - ''Chicken Boxer''
14th Jun '14 4:08:15 PM QuestionMarker
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* UnreliableNarrator: The chorus of "Johnny Tarr" [[InvokedTrope invokes this]] by warning the listener not to trust the singer.

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* UnreliableNarrator: The chorus of "Johnny Tarr" [[InvokedTrope invokes this]] by warning the listener not to trust the singer.singer.
* WentToTheGreatXInTheSky: the song "Never Drink Em Dry (Johnny Tarr's Funeral)" mentions that Johnny has gone to "the pub way up in the sky."
29th Aug '13 3:17:11 PM QuestionMarker
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* DrinkingSong: too many to list.

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* DrinkingSong: DrunkenSong: too many to list.
29th Aug '13 3:16:45 PM QuestionMarker
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* DrinkingSong: too many to list.
2nd Nov '12 5:45:53 PM QuestionMarker
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