Bridges Home
Traditional Irish

Story

No matter where we play, if this song is on the set list, the venue turns into one big pub with a raucous singalong! The protagonist is one of the original folk song outlaws, acting as a role model for all the rogues who followed.

Bridges Home
Steve Cooney

Story

There are times when a song moves along on the strength of its melody. Other times, it's the poetry that carries the day. This one has everything going for it, making it a lovely, contemporary ballad that speaks directly to the heart.

Bridges Home
Traditional Irish

Story

Celtic ukulele?! And why not? Especially when Tami tears it up on this version of a "trad" tune with a very interesting story to tell.

Bridges Home
Traditional Irish

Story

We first heard this haunting Irish air when we jammed in a pub in Ireland. A gentleman named Brendan put down his pint and stood up to sing it as a vocal solo for us. Tami plays Celtic harp to complement the 12-string guitar. We hope Brendan would like this version - we've never forgotten his.

Bridges Home
Traditional

Story

Bluegrass fans will recognize this tune, but it goes a long way back "across the pond," as they say. It tells the age-old story of a couple that can't get it together. He, as it turns out, winds up out in the cold rain and snow.

Bridges Home
Richard Shindell

Story

There are musical compositions that have a momentum all their own, as this song brings to light. The lyrics are as interesting as they are off-kilter and the accompaniment gallops blithely along beneath them. All merry fun of a harmless sort!

Bridges Home
Dougie MacLean

Story

We'll admit it - time and again - we are huge fans of Scottish singer-songwriter Dougie MacLean! His poetry rides perfectly along on well-crafted melodies and "Feel So Near" is one of our favorites from his amazing collection of songs.

Bridges Home
CiarĂ¡n Brennan

Story

From the moment we first heard this classic Clannad song, we were smitten. After returning from our musical trip to play in Ireland, we started working on a Celtic CD and recalled this gem. Had big fun overdubbing (just as Clannad did on the original) all of those rich backup vocals.