“...They describe their music as Folk/Celtic/Pirate and, I would add, drinking music, though they mainly drink between songs. Of course, their music segues into toasts, humorous banter, jokes, and tales, which gives the members plenty of time to maintain sufficient moisture in their throats to move on to their next song.”
"...I then popped over to the Bawdy Boys concert which was already in progress by several pints. As their name implies the Bawdy Boys tend to be rather, well, bawdy. Their songs are heavy in the old Irish flavor with a strong scent of rum and to say their humor is off color would be putting in mildly. Heavily into the browns, yellows, and sickly green mists would probably be more accurate. A fine example would be when they said, um, no, can’t repeat that… Well, they said… No, not that either. Well, they said, “A TOAST!” and then gave a toast. Repeatedly. Suffice it to say that they didn’t let their throats dry and they kept the audience laughing when they weren’t humming along or tapping to the rhythm of their music."