Throughout the years, these international ambassadors of Irish music have maintained their timeless ability to deliver a rollicking, rousing performance of good cheer - one that will soon have you singing and clapping along. Their songs have become anthems of revelry and joy among generation after generation of fans. BELFAST TELEGRAPH
AT 50 YEARS OF TOURING,
THE IRISH ROVERS WILL RETIRE FROM THE ROAD
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Home In Ireland DVD The Irish Rovers sing on location along the Northeast Irish coast including Dunluce Castle, Giant's Causeway, Glenarm Castle, Wild Duck Pub. Includes LIVE concert at Waterfront Hall, Belfast with guests Foster & Allen.
East Village Magazine: The excitement around the Rovers these days confirms that their music continues to hit a chord with fans of all ages...
Michigan Live: While not resting on any laurels, it's their newer albums, and musicianship onstage that is attracting the new young rocker musicians to their shows...
Global TV: Jeff Deddekker talks about The Rovers resurgence on the Morning News Entertainment Buzz. "Uploading new videos to YouTube, reamping their website, and communicating on Facebook, and Twitter...they've proven, you can teach an old dog new tricks!"
Comox Valley Record: ...These Rovers can rock!
CTV Regina: George drops by CTV Morning Live.
Leader Post: it was the Internet that introduced a whole new audience to the music of Canadian Irish folk legends...
Irish Music Magazine, Dublin: The Home In Ireland DVD/TV special is already generating a renewed interest in Ireland, which should see more visitors heading over to the Emerald Isle...
Still dealing with its role in the historic disaster 100 years later, CBC's Susan Ormiston reports. Features George Millar and Rovers' new single - a tribute to its beginnings at Belfast's Harland and Wolff shipyards. 2012 is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.
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