“Imagine a band with two faces: A) American Irish rock with Christy Moore and Van Morrison influences.
B) Acoustic traditional band to be filed together with the likes of Lunasa, Dervish, Danú, etc. A Band of Rogues have made a fantastic job blending
different visions of the Celtic music world on this awesome album. So, if you want to open your musical horizon, check it out.”
- Celtic Folk Punk e-zine

“This album a perfect collection of songs that paint an honest picture of the highs and lows of life. These are not the Hollywood, “Lucky Charms”
kind of Irish songs these are the real deal. You will identify with them and find yourself singing along. A Band of Rogues is beautifully written and
beautifully performed ~ a real MUST HAVE album.”
- Jane Woods, Fanrealm.com

“On this CD, A Band of Rogues shows their great range of music which goes from rock, fast, folky songs to slow songs. The last song
on the CD also shows that you can play very melodic, romantic and dreamy music. The CD includes traditional and original songs, where everything is very
balanced. One can listen to it again and again...”
-Jens Peglow, www.celtic-rock.de

“Fans of the Moonshiners will recognize some of their old friends in this new band, which sports an engaging, diverse sound on their self-titled
debut album. The band...play[s] it straight for the Moonshiners fans on tracks like “The Timmy-Clifford Set” while mixing it up with some southern
fried shamrocks on countrified tracks like “You Can’t Eat the Scenery.” Band of Rogues is a winner, indeed! “
-Mike Faragher, Irish Central Magazine

”The award for the biggest band makeover goes to the Moonshiners. Actually, call them A Band of Rogues. The transformation wouldn’t be
complete without a shiny new name to go with their fresh line-up and sound.”
-Liz Noonan, Irish Echo

Our music is currently being played on WFUV 90.7 FM Ceol Na Gael, Irish Power Hour
(WOUR 96.9 andTK99, 99.5/105.5 FM), and
WDVR 89.7 FM

Irish Echo

 Here's a copy of the print version of the feature the Irish Echo wrote about our January radio appearance on WFUV with the Emerald Society.  Enjoy!