Gaelic Storm Blows Into Plymouth
More than a decade has passed since Gaelic Storm appeared in the blockbuster movie "Titanic" as the lively steerage class band, but Gaelic Storm has continued to thrive. Officially minted on St. Patrick's Day in 1996, the former main attraction at O'Brien's pub in Santa Monica, Calif., is now one of the top acts in the Celtic/World music arena. Combining both classic originals and fresh new arrangements of Celtic music with a unique blend of world rhythms, the members of Gaelic Storm infuse the show with their own spunky Irish wit for a wildly entertaining experience.
With two national tours spent headlining both the largest Celtic festivals in the country and mainstream music events, plus an expansion of their tour to the National Celtic Festival outside of Melbourne, Australia, Gaelic Storm has swept the Celtic music world with their exciting brand of energetic musicianship.
As one of their members says: "Our audiences can't help noticing how much fun we're really having. The very heart and soul of traditional Irish folk music is celebrating life." Tickets for the Gaelic Storm concert are on sale now for $29, and $39 for Premier seats. For tickets and more information on concerts and the Flying Monkey Performance Center, visit www.flyingmonkeynh.com or call 603-536-2551.