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Editorial Review of Grace and Glory:

The true heirs of Ireland's folk heritage, The High Kings, are back with their brand new album 'Grace & Glory.' The records includes the song 'Schooldays Over' which features a third verse, written especially for The High Kings by Phil Coulter. The song was originally written by Coulter for The Dubliners in 1970.

Almost ten years ago, four Irish singers, performers and songwriters decided to take a calculated risk. The constituent parts of The High Kings Finbarr Clancy, Brian Dunphy, Martin Furey and Darren Holden each had a wealth of history in the music business behind them. The heyday of ballad groups such as The Clancy Brothers and The Dubliners was a distant memory for generations of music fans, and The High Kings have taken up the baton to continue a tradition that brings Irish music to thousands of fans worldwide.

To say that The High Kings are charting a new course for Irish ballad music equal parts rousing and reflective, energetic and insightful is an understatement. They are, essentially, marking out a new and bright era for Irish folk music, and aiming to bring a broad demographic along for the journey.

Browse other Music of The High Kings:


Friends for Life

Grace and Glory

Irish Pub Song

Live In Ireland

Memory Lane

The Best That Is Irish Volume II

The High Kings

Together for Christmas

Browse Videos by The High Kings:

Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore

Rocky Road to Dublin

Wild Rover

Whiskey In The Jar

Jimmy Murphy

Fields of Glory

Holy Ground

Parting Glass

Will Ye Go Lassie Go

Marie's Wedding

Auld Triangle

Ar éireann ní neosainn cé hí

Dance at the Crossroads


Fields of Glory

The Wild Rover

Marie's Wedding

The Little Beggar Man

Wild Mountain Thyme

The Auld Triangle

Irish Rover

The Parting Glass

The Rising Of The Moon

The Irish Pub by The High Kings

Whiskey in The Jar

Rocky Road To Dublin

The Irish Pub

The High Kings & The Wolfe Tones

Friends For Life

Geantraí na Nollag 2013 TG4 La Nollag ar TG4 | The High Kings

Hand Me Down My Bible

Town I Loved So Well

Ireland's Shore

Leaving of Liverpool

Oh Maggie

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