Shamrock and Thistle - Duo performing Irish and Scottish ballads and country songs
Shamrock & Thistle is Seán Brady and Archie McPherson
They’ve sold over 140,000 albums internationally and specialise in a wonderful celtic mixture of traditional Irish and Scots favourites with the emphasis on cheerful and lively entertainment.
They perform lots of the great classics including ‘Flower of Scotland’, ‘Annie Laurie’, ‘Maries Wedding, ‘Danny Boy’, ‘Whisky in the Jar’, etc.
They perform either as a duo or a three piece band and are a great option for weddings, family parties and cruises.
Seán and Archie have appeared in various parts of the world including, Sweden, Germany, Norway, South Africa, Finland, Ireland, Scotland, New Zealand and North America.
Their music samplers
The colossal list of songs covered by Seán and Archie includes (amongst hundreds of others); Danny Boy, Flower Of Scotland, I’ll Take You Home Again Kathleen, Donald Where’s Ya Trousers, Galway Girl, Rare Old Times, The Rooster, Irish Rover, Annie Laurie, Boston Burglar, Ye Banks and Braes, Muirshin Durkin, Wee Wee Tot, Peggy Gordon, Wagon Wheel, The Road To Dundee, Mary From Dunloe, Nobody’s Child, I Useta Lover, Maries Wedding, Flight Of The Earls, The Band Played Waltzing Matilda, Ashes Of Love, Lovely Leitrim, Dim Lights, Noreen Bawn, Walk Tall, the Ferryman, Cliffs Of Doneen, My Donegal Shore, Give My Love to Rose, Veil Of White Lace, Cold Cold Heart, The Black Sheep, Yonder Comes a Sucker, Rock My Cradle, Rose of San Antone, Boys From the County Armagh, Now I’m Easy, My Irish Country Home and lots more besides! .
“Just had to email you today to let you know what an amazing night we all had last night”.
“Hi Sean, Just a quick email to let you know that the Irish dancers were brilliant on Sunday evening and the guests really enjoyed the show. Many thanks”.
“Thank you very much for Saturday night, we were so impressed and can recommend you highly”.
“Hi Sean, Thank you very much for last Saturday, people had a great time and really enjoyed the music”.