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Gaelic Storm hits Buffalo on Tuesday

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blog by Kathryn Przybyla  • 

The Irish/Celtic music season has officially arrived.

After a start playing monthly gigs for friends at Santa Monica’s O’Brien’s Tavern in 1995, Gaelic Storm’s popularity skyrocketed when they appeared in James Cameron’s Titanic as the Celtic party band in the ship’s steerage. Unlike so many other bands that were unable to sustain a career after receiving near-blinding initial exposure, Gaelic Storm has amassed a large, loyal and ever-growing following.

Gaelic Storm will kick off the show at 7:30 p.m. this Tuesday at the Riviera Theatre in North Tonawanda. Tickets for the concert are on sale for $25 or $30 and can be purchased online through the venue’s website.

Take a listen to “Beggarman” from Gaelic Storm:

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TAGGED: celtic, gaelic storm, irish music, north tonawanda, riviera theatre, titanic

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