Top Irish Rovers Albums
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Saints and Sinners
Saints and Sinners
[2020]
Up Among the Heather, The Scottish Album
Up Among the Heather, The Scottish Album
[2018]
Dances and Jigs for Irish Gigs
Dances and Jigs for Irish Gigs
[2018]
The Unicorn, The Continuing Story
The Unicorn, The Continuing Story
[2017]
Songs for the Wee Folk
Songs for the Wee Folk
[2015]
The Irish Rovers 50 Years - Vol. 1
The Irish Rovers 50 Years - Vol. 1
[2014]
Merry Merry Time of Year
Merry Merry Time of Year
[2013]
40 Years A-Rovin'
40 Years A-Rovin'
[2012]
Drunken Sailor
Drunken Sailor
[2012]
Home in Ireland
Home in Ireland
[2011]
Still Rovin' After All These Years
Still Rovin' After All These Years
[2010]
Still Rovin’ After All These Years
Still Rovin’ After All These Years
[2010]
Gracehill Fair
Gracehill Fair
[2010]
Come Fill Up Your Glasses
Come Fill Up Your Glasses
[2005]
Another Round
Another Round
[2005]
The Boys of Belfast (A Collection of Irish Favorites)
The Boys of Belfast (A Collection of Irish Favorites)
[2003]
Collection
Collection
[2002]
The Irish Rovers Collection
The Irish Rovers Collection
[2002]
An Irish Christmas
An Irish Christmas
[2002]
Down By the Lagan Side
Down By the Lagan Side
[2000]
Upon a Shamrock Shore: Songs of Ireland & the Irish
Upon a Shamrock Shore: Songs of Ireland & the Irish
[2000]
Songs of Christmas
Songs of Christmas
[1999]
Dreams of Old Ireland, Vol. 1
Dreams of Old Ireland, Vol. 1
[1999]
The Irish Rovers' Gems
The Irish Rovers' Gems
[1996]
Years May Come, Years May Go
Years May Come, Years May Go
[1993]
Hardstuff
Hardstuff
[1989]
The Unicorn
The Unicorn
[1967]
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Blow The Man Down Irish Wedding Song The Gypsy Rover Star Of The County Down The Orange And The Green Under The Scotsman's Kilt Three Jolly Rogues I'm A Rover The Shores Of Botany Bay If You're Irish Molly Malone Green Grows The Laurel Bottle Of Wine The Unicorn Kitty The Rose Of Kilrea Mick Maguire Weigh Hey & Up She Rises Lord Of The Dance Angels We Have Heard On High Fiddler's Green Bridget Flynn The Drunken Sailor Belle Of Belfast City Maggie Mae Years May Come Years May Go The Rattling Bog The Wild Rover The Fields Of Athenry The Marvelous Toy No Nay Never Wasn't That A Party Christmas In Killarney The Scottsman Bonnie Kellswater Dig A Little Deeper In The Well Danny Boy Dublin O'shea The Biplane Ever More Waltzing Matilda Nancy Whiskey Hiring Fair New York Gals Pat Of Mullingar Wild Mountain Thyme The Leaving Of Liverpool Mountain Tay Finnegan's Wake The Drunk Scottsman Song Farewell To Nova Scotia Goodnight Irene Goodbye Mick And Goodbye Pat Beautiful Affair The Ferryman The First Love In Life The Boys Of Belfast The Tinker Rare Old Mountain Dew Will You Come And Marry Me Does Your Chewing Gum Lose It's Flavor On The Bed Post Overnight The Life Of The Rover The Wind That Shakes The Corn Buy Us A Drink Carrickfergus Whiskey In The Jar When The Boys Come Rollin Home Goodbye Mrs. Durkin Donald Where's Your Trousers Whiskey On A Sunday (the Puppet Song) Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron Lily The Pink The Black Velvet Band Coulter's Candy Jolly Roving Tar Banks Of Newfoundland The Good Ship Rover Staten Island The Roving Trade The Best Of Friends Must Part The Rambler From Derby The Minstrel Of Cranberry Lane Liverpool Lou The Summer Time Is Coming The Irish Rover The Moonshiner Up Among The Heather Patsy Fagan My Old Man's A Dustman Pigs Can't Fly The Rake Shores Of Americay The Town I Loved So Well Puff The Magic Dragon Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer Bonnie Dundee St. Brendan's Fair Isle Miss Fogarty's Christmas Cake Come In We Three Kings Christmas Medley The Maid Of Sweet Brown Knowe We Wish You A Merry Christmas Down Among The Bushes Of Jerusalem All Through The Night The Dublin Pub Crawl Silent Night Good Luck To The Barleymow Toor-a-ah The Titanic Away In A Manger God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen All For My Grog
Related Information for Irish Rovers
A popular and long-running Canadian-Irish folk group that saw their beginning in the 1960s, The Irish Rovers are particularly well-known for their hit recording of Shel Silverstein's "The Unicorn," although a great many more of their characteristically happy and oft-comical songs remain well-known to this day. In 2010, the band celebrated 45 years as recording artists, with their latest CD, "Gracehill Fair" and filming the DVD/television special "Home in Ireland", shot entirely on-location, throughout the northwest coast of Ireland. George Millar says, “It’s basically The Irish Rovers ‘Coming Home’ because this is our home, for all of us. We want to show the world what the northwest Irish coa... read more