Top Seven Nations Albums
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Kir: A Time for Pilots
Kir: A Time for Pilots
[2020]
Kirk McLeod: KIR
Kirk McLeod: KIR
[2016]
Tales from the Eighth Nation
Tales from the Eighth Nation
[2014]
Victor Gagnon: Maybe Flowers and Six Feet Down
Victor Gagnon: Maybe Flowers and Six Feet Down
[2011]
Another Ten Years: A Compilation Of Songs 1998-2008: Disc 2
Another Ten Years: A Compilation Of Songs 1998-2008: Disc 2
[2010]
Another Ten Years (Disc 2)
Another Ten Years (Disc 2)
[2010]
Time As the Enemy
Time As the Enemy
[2008]
A Celtic Rock Tribute To The Cure
A Celtic Rock Tribute To The Cure
[2007]
Clan Na Gael: Ten Years On
Clan Na Gael: Ten Years On
[2005]
Thanks for Waiting
Thanks for Waiting
[2005]
Christmas EP
Christmas EP
[2004]
Kirk McLeod: So Piano
Kirk McLeod: So Piano
[2003]
And Now It's Come to This
And Now It's Come to This
[2002]
Live At the Palace Theatre
Live At the Palace Theatre
[2001]
Seven Nations
Seven Nations
[2000]
The Factory
The Factory
[1999]
Road Kill, Vol. 2 (Live)
Road Kill, Vol. 2 (Live)
[1998]
Big Dog
Big Dog
[1996]
Old Ground
Old Ground
[1995]
Rain and Thunder
Rain and Thunder
[1994]
Related Information for Seven Nations
Seven Nations is a Celtic rock band that formed in New York City, New York, in 1994 under the name Clan Na Gael. The band changed its name in 1996 because a Nevada folk music group was already operating under the same name . The band's original members were Kirk McLeod (vocals, keyboard, guitars and highland bagpipes), Neil Anderson (vocals, highland and uilleann bagpipes, scottish smallpipes, tinwhistles and mandolin), Jim "Struby" Struble (vocals, acoustic and bass guitars) and Nick Watson (vocals, drums and percussion).Watson left the band in 1997 and was replaced by Ashton Geoghagan. Anderson left the band in 1998, and in 1999 Dan Stacey (fiddle, highland step dancing) and Scott Long (highland bagpipes) joined S... read more