"Family Tree Quick Look"
THE BYRNE BROTHERS 🍀
performs Saturday and Sunday
"Possibly the best night of music I've watched/listened to in my life" - Grainne McCool, Irish Music Magazine
The Byrne Brothers and Dad Tommy are Ireland's biggest band on social media! With over 41,000 followers and 20 Million Views on Facebook and You Tube all over the world.
Their video from The All Ireland Fleadh 2016 received 3.4m views and a video from Shop Street Galway received 14.7m views in Dec 2017 and a Video from the famous Temple Bar pub Oliver St. John Gogarthy's currently with 3.4 million views over the Christmas. This incredibly talented family from Dublin/Donegal have left Ireland and immigrated to America and are currently and will be for the next 6 months the headline act at the world famous Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant in Disney Springs, Florida.
They received their Green Cards through Extraordinary Ability in the Arts.
They are Luca (14) Button Accordion, Finn (12) Banjo, Mandolin, Whistle and Dempsey (8) Whistle and Bodhran and their dad Tommy a highly accomplished multi-instrumentalist musician and Irish Show Director on Guitar, Uilleann Pipes, Fiddle, Whistles, Bagpipes (ex Grade 1) and Bodhran with Julie the Mammy on Sound. As well as being Donegal Champions on each of their instruments the lads are also Ulster Irish Dancing Champions in their grades. Finn also qualified for the World Irish Dancing Championships in Dublin in 2017.
Their Show combines explosive foot stomping Jigs & Reels with world class Irish Dancing and they sing too. The boys will have you in stitches all night long with stories and antics and in tears before the night is out with beautiful songs like Amazing Grace into a grand finale with Bagpipes and the three brothers dancing together. They were selected from thousands of acts to take part in Ireland's Biggest TV Show The Late Late Toy Show. The Byrne Brothers have released their second Album with with producer Alan Doherty (Aldoc) intitled "Family Tree" which was highly acclaimed by Irish Music Magazine.