Seamus Stout | Raise a Pint

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Raise a Pint

by Seamus Stout

The 5th CD from this "Upbeat Celtic" group. There's a wide range of great, traditional Irish & Scottish music here, ranging from gentle melodies, to fast jigs/reels, to pub singalongs... even some original songs here to enjoy.
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1. Prefab Pubs
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2. The Ale Is Dear / Comb Your Hair and Curl It / Grindavik
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3. Road to the Isles /the Campbells Are Coming
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4. Waxies' Dargle
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5. The Sandpiper / Highland Harry / Up and Waur 'em Willie
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6. Whisky You're the Devil
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7. The Limerick Rake
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8. The Smokey Lum / Miss Shepherd / Brenda Stubbert's Reel
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9. Maids Never Marry an Old Man
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10. The Devil's Dance Floor
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11. The Ghosts At Scapa Flow
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12. She Moved Through the Faire / Low Country Dance / Sound of Sleat
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13. Queensland Drover
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14. A Pint and Soon
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15. Fagunda, Phantom Isle
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16. Nancy Whisky
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Your pint has never tasted as good as it does with Seamus Stout. This “upbeat Celtic” group has established themselves in the North Texas area as a crowd favorite at many area festivals and pubs! These guys provide lively tunes that will keep your toes tapping, your hands clapping and a smile on your face. From the first jig to the last reel, you’ll love your pint of Seamus Stout!

Jan (“Yon”) - Fiddle, Mandolin, Banjo, Irish Bouzouki and vocals
Jarrod - Whistle, Irish Flute, Scottish Smallpipes and vocals
Billy - Acoustic Guitar and vocals
Damon - Bodhran and vocals

"Raise A Pint" represents the 5th CD from Seamus Stout. This incarnation of the well-loved Celtic group from Texas includes a new member, Billy K Harmony, on Guitar and vocals. Along with his unique sound, he brings a songwriting talent that is represented by the four original songs on this CD. The subject of these songs ranges from a ghostly ship graveyard ("The Ghosts At Scappa Flow") to a humorous drinking song ("Prefab Pubs"). Each blend perfectly into the other traditional songs and tunes.

Additional instrumentation has been added to Seamus Stout for CD as well. Jan plays a lively banjo in "The Devil's Dance Floor" and "Waxie's Dargle" while Jarrod adds the Scottish Smallpipes to "She Moved Through The Faire" and "The Sandpiper Set".

If you have any questions about the band (upcoming CDs, recommended songs, performance dates/locations, etc.), please feel free to contact us through the email function on this page, our website (www.seamusstout.com), Facebook or Myspace.

Thanks for your interest in Seamus Stout!


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Roger Scumacher

A Pint and Soon
This album was a part of my download of Irish music for my annual St. Patrick's Day celebration. I was pleasantly surprised with the musicanship and the strength of the songs both lyrically and musically. These guys are in as far as I'm concerned when it comes to Tridistional Irish music.