Irish & Folk

Looking for something different for a small intimate event?

Try “Scotty’s Folk Band”……Featuring acoustic selections from John Denver, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Eric Clapton, Simon & Garfunkle, Elvis, Peter, Paul & Mary, Everly Brothers and all of those classic Irish favorites as well!

Irish, Folk, Pop, Country, Americana, Oldies

Irish

Black Velvet Band – The Irish Rovers

Black & White Rag

Cockles & Mussels – The Dubliners

Danny Boy – Frederic Weatherly

Finnegans Wake -The Dubliners

Hills of Coore – Sean McCarthy

Galway Girl – Ed Sheeran

I Buried My Life & Danced on Her Grave 

Irish Washerwoman – Sidney Robertson Cowell

Morrison’s Jig – Martin Ludehoff

Rakes of Mallow – Leroy Anderson

Swallow Tail Jig – Gerry Harrington

The Unicorn – The Irish Rovers

Wild Rover – The Dubliners

Whiskey In The Jar -The Dubliners

When Irish Eyes Are Smiling – John McCormack

Folk

Drunken Sailor -Burl Ives

Hang Down Your Head Tom Dooley -Kingston Trio

If I Had a Hammer – Peter, Paul & Mary

Kingston Farewell -Kingston Trio

Leaving on a Jet plane – Peter, Paul & Mary

Mr. Tambourine Man -Bob Dylan

Oshokan Farewell -Jay Ungar

This Land is Your Land – Peter, Paul & Mary

Turn, Turn, Turn -Pete Seeger

Country

Aime – Pure Prairie League

Chicken Fried – Zack Brown

Country Roads – John Denver

Dueling Banjos – Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith

East Bound and Down – Jerry Reed

Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash

Gentle on my Mind – Glen Campbell

Ring of Fire – Johnny Cash

Rocky Top – Osbourne Brothers

Seven Bridges Road – The Eagles

Rocky Top – Osbourne Brothers

Orange Blossom Special – Flatt & Scruggs

The Gambler – Kenny Rogers

POP

Blowing in the Wind – Bob Dylan

Good Riddance – Green Day

Layla – Eric Clapton

Leroy Brown – Jim Croce

Me and Julio – Simon & Garfunkle

Mrs. Robinson – Simon & Garfunkle

Saints Go Marching In – Louis Armstrong

The Boxer – Simon & Garfunkle

Time in a Bottle – Jim Croce

OLDIES

Bye Bye Love – Everly Brothers

Can’t help falling in love – Elvis

Love me tender – Elvis

Those Were The Days – Mary Hopkin

Wake Up Little Susie – Everly Brothers

A Half Century Of Music & A Whole Evening Of Entertainment!