The Feckin’ Celts started in a campfire setting at Civil War Reenactments. First, it was singing the random song and then a jig or a reel. Most of the campfire songs were traditional Irish tunes like Paddy on the Railway, The Grog Song, Wild Rover and many more. Soon the “music book” grew large enough to start playing official events. They played at Civil War Balls and opening for larger acts at theme parks like SkyPark at Santa’s Village and also at the Redlands art walk in Redlands, CA.

After playing their first official shows the long-standing name that Brody Killarney had brewing in his head years earlier came up……..and they’ve been The Feckin’ Celts ever since.

Biggs D’Briggs

Bass, Drum & Vocals

Seamus O’Malley

Banjo & Vocals

Brody Killarney

Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin, Tenor Banjo

Molly MacKracken

Tin Whistle & Vocals



We love playing many of the Irish folk songs of the past, treading lightly in the footsteps of some of the greats!. From the song library’s of The Dubliners, The Clancy Brothers, The Pogues, and many unknown bards and songsters of yesteryear.
All For Me Grog
Auld Triangle
Beer, Beer, Beer
Biddy Mulligan
Big Strong Man
Black Velvet Band
Dance of the Leprechaun*
Dicey Riley
Dirty Old Towne
Donegal Danny
Drowsy Maggie
Drunken Sailor
Farwell to Tarwathie
Finnegan’s Wake
Galaway Races
Glasgow (Tam Lin)
Henry My Son
Holy Ground
Irish Navy
Irish Washerwoman
It’s Time To Get Drunk*
Jug of Punch
Leave Her Johnny
Margorie McCall*
Master’s in this Hall
Merry Ploughboy
Old Maid in the Garret
Poor Paddy on the Railway
Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow
Pub With No Beer
Rakes of Mallow
Rattlin’ Bog
Rising of the Moon
Rocky Road to Dublin
Seven Drunken Nights
Si Beag Si Mhor
St. Annes
Spanish Lady
Spencil Hill
Streams of Whiskey
The Bog Down In The Valley
The Irish Rover
The Lark in the Morning
The Lilting Banshee
The Parting Glass
The Silver Spear
The Wild Rover
Waxies Dargle
Weile Waile
Whiskey in the Jar
Whiskey on a Sunday
Wild Rover
Yarmouth Town