Jan: Named in Top 20 Celtic folk bands world-wide by Marc Gunn. Jan: Ranked #4 nationally and #6 globally by RN. Feb: Two CD demo tracks in top 10 charts nationally & internationally & one #1 in PA. Mar: Co-winner of Texas Scots Talent Contest
With much thanks to our fans, we are almost out of CDs and ordering more. We love you guys!
Come to Reid's this Sat 7-10pm to hear us & to get a CD from our 2nd batch.
We're are soon ready to mix & master. This has been a long project and we are excited to be on the home stretch.
ATP is opening for Kilmaine Saints on Friday the 13th at ABC Harrisburg AND playing the Garryowen Irish Pub the next day 10pm to late (Sept 14th). Two Halfway Parties you won't want to miss.
Click on all blogs to see what's up. We're playing some great festivals in the region this summer and coming to Fort Hunter June 10th. And check out our booking information before you tell your favorite pub or concert series about our band.
ATP is playing at the SFMS Summer Coffee House June 10th at 9:15pm at the Historic Fort Hunter barn. But come from 7-10pm to hear a bunch of great singer-songwriters and bands each playing a 20-minute set of their best music. Seating is limited, so come early!
Book Across the Pond through Reverbnation or call (717) 451-4880/ (717) 624-2542 or send us an email to:firstname.lastname@example.org
We are playing festivals in June, July and September. June 23rd is the Something Else Fest in Wagontown, PA, near Coatsville. This festival will really be something else. It is a mix of bluegrass, folk and Celtic music. It will be well worth the drive for sure for all my bluegrass and Irish music friends. Watch for ticket sales to be added to their website. When you buy your tickets, please mention Across the Pond because it will help boost our pay for the performance. The July 21st we perform at the Adams County Irish Festival. This festival is always a fun, family event. Don't fret, yes, they sell food and beer.
Then on September 1st we play 2 sets at the McLain Celtic Festival in Carlisle, PA. And don't miss this one either. This Celtic festival and the Irish festival above are two jewels in the local area.
And, of course, just starting our 2nd year together, each festival will be a debut performance. And we plan to play some mighty traditional folk tunes and songs with high enthusiasm and energy for you. Hope to see many of you there.