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Fiddler's Green

Fiddler's Green

Fiddler's Green


Fiddler’s Green is a German band from Erlangen that plays independent Irish speedfolk, formed in 1990. Their first concert under the name of Fiddler’s Green was at the Newcomer-Festival in Erlangen in November 1990, where the band came second. The first album, entitled "Fiddler’s Green", was released in 1992, and was a mixture of live and studio tracks and of traditional and self-written songs. It was released on their own label, Deaf Shepherd Recordings. Read more on Last.fm
Fiddler’s Green is a German band from Erlangen that plays independent Irish speedfolk, formed in 1990. Their first concert under the name of Fiddler’s Green was at the Newcomer-Festival in Erlangen in November 1990, where the band came second. The first album, entitled "Fiddler’s Green", was released in 1992, and was a mixture of live and studio tracks and of traditional and self-written songs. It was released on their own label, Deaf Shepherd Recordings.

The band has been signed to a major label, but chose to go back to being independent. The band has kept up the mix of traditional Irish or Scottish songs and self-written tracks, though the self-written tracks have progressively become less and less folky. The band's influences are wide and varied, but obviously heavily influenced by Celtic rock bands like the Pogues, the Waterboys and Great Big Sea. Recent albums also see a clear influence from Gothic rock music. Having enjoyed growing success in and around Germany, the band reached 1000 played concerts in 2004 (the only band member to play them all is bass player Rainer Schulz), which was celebrated with a concert at Castle Hoheneck.

This concert was filmed and released on two DVDs: Celebrate! and Jubilate! The concert saw participation from former band members and other guest musicians. Main lyric and music writer Peter Pathos has left the band in summer 2006 and was replaced by Patrick 'Pat' Prziwara. A live DVD Folk's not dead was released to celebrate the band's 20th anniversary in 2010 Members: Ralf 'Albi' Albers - Vocals, Guitar, Bouzouki Tobi Heindl (Tobias Anton Heindl) - Violin, Vocals (since 2000) Rainer Schulz - Bass Stefan Klug - Accordion, bodhrán (since 1991) Frank Jooss - Drums, percussion (since 2001) Patrick 'Pat' Prziwara - Guitar, vocals (since 2006) Former members: Dr. Robert Oppel (1990 - 1991) - Violin Eric Obst (1990 - 1995) - Drums Wolfram Kellner (1995 - 2000) -Drums Tobias Rempe (1991 - 1995) - Violin Tobias Schäfer (1995 - 2000) - Violin Peter Pathos (Peter Müller) (1990 - 2006) - Guitar, whistle, mandola Discography: Fiddler’s Green (1992) Black Sheep (1993) King Shepherd (1995) Make Up Your Mind (1996) On and On (1997) Spin Around (1998) Stagebox (1999) (Live) Another Sky (2000) Folk Raider (2002) Nu Folk (2003) Celebrate! (2005) (Live) Celebrate! DVD (2005) (Live) Jubilate! DVD (2005) (Live) Drive Me Mad! (2007) Sports Day at Killaloe (2009) Folk's not dead DVD (2010) (Live) Wall of Folk (2011) Winners and Boozers (2013) Read more on Last.fm.

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