Editorial Review of Cabbage:
Gaelic Storm is a "whirwind ruckus" (Village Voice) who tour worldwide for at least two hundred days out of every year. On their new album, 'Cabbage,' the band brings influences from rock, bluegrass, Jamaican, African and Middle Eastern music that may surprise those expecting purely traditional Celtic music. As many tens of thousands of record buyers and festival-goers knows, the quintet play high-energy, foot-stomping, feel-good Celtic music. 'Cabbage' carries on that tradition with Gaelic Storm's signature acoustic sound and a fresh batch of crafted story-songs.
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Gaelic Storm at Ortigueira Celtic Music Festival 2010:
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Love this instrumental. They do it wonderfully live as well.
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