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The Young Dubliners are a band that comprises of Irish natives as the name hints. Sometimes also called the Young Dubs, this American Rock Band came into being in California back in 1988. This happened when the band members met up in a pub in Los Angeles. The band started out as a duo by Paul O’ Toole and Keith Roberts.
It might sound a bit unusual to fans that The Young Dubliners never grew up listening to Irish music but at a certain moment they knew this was the thing for them. Their sound is a bit different than usual; their style can be termed Celtic since they mix modern rock with traditional Irish music and instruments. The Young Dubliners are influenced by some established names in the music scene such as U2, The Waterboys, The Pogues and Thin Lizzy. The band members are five in total. These include the guitarist and lead vocalist Keith Roberts, the violinist Charles Waltz, the bassist Brendan Holmes, the drummer David Ingraham and the guitarist Bob Boulding.
With original rock compositions that are enhanced with the Irish folk songs, The Young Dubliners have released a total of eight albums. In 1994, they had released an Extended Play called Rocky Road that had a very hearty rock feel to it. The following year, they came up with their very first studio album called Breathe. This was also the time when the violinist of The Young Dubliners, Charles Waltz joined the band.
Alive Alive O was a live attempt that the band made happen in the year 1998. This is when band member Waltz had to leave for other music commitments he had for himself. This was followed by one of the founding member’s departure; Paul O’Toole left in the year 2000. Following this, the band decided to use their own record label to release Red by them. Red is a critically acclaimed one that had to do with the band’s own efforts during release by record label OmTown Label. The band was even requested to write a song for the actor Gabriel Byrne for his show Madigan Man. This is also the time when the band’s time on the road was quite accelerated. A big chunk of 2001 was spent in Europe touring with Jethro Tull.
In 2002, the band got a chance to perform at the Olympics in Utah. The Young Dubliners have a massive fan following due to shows appearances on famous television shows such as Jimmy Kimmel Live. Fans really want The Young Dubliner tickets due to their songs also coming on television shows that include Human Target and Sons of Anarchy.
After Red, The Young Dubliners released albums such as With All Due Respect-The Irish Sessions, Real World, Absolutely and the very famous Saints and Sinners. Speaking of Saints and Sinners, some really amazing songs from the album are Howaya Girls, Backseat Driver, This Time, In the End and Buy You a Life.
The Young Dubliners have now come up with their ninth studio album which has very recently been released. The album is called 9 and includes a total of ten tracks titled Up in the Air, Say Anything, Rain, We the Mighty, The Deep, Seeds of Sorrow, Abhainn Mor, One Touch, Fall and Only You & Me. Young Dubs fans can listen to these new promising songs by tracking down some The Young Dubliners tickets. Apart from the excitement of the new tracks, the Young Dubs are known to be very entertaining live. People who have seen the band perform live highly recommend the energy filled shows. Some fans have even mentioned how the Young Dubs even stick around after the show and love giving autographs and standing for a snap. This leaves no option but to book a spot in an upcoming versatile Young Dubs show not only for your friends and yourself but for your parents too.