With a list of credits that include several top Scottish bands and professional recordings, Gerry O’Neil plays with a range of styles, reflecting his experience using his acoustic guitar, harmonica and vocals.
Long-standing musical relationships are hard to come by these days, but these guys have stood the test of time, with a unique musical chemistry that never fails to deliver.
Ever popular classic Irish songs are blended effortlessly with The Grail’s critically acclaimed original tune sets to please the most demanding audiences.
Celtic musician Gerry O’Neil and his band The Grail will ensure your guests at your wedding, festival, corporate functions or party are entertained and enthralled with our foot-stomping Irish tunes.
The Grail on TVNZ, St Patrick’s Day – March 17, 2014 – Traditional Irish Reels
A traditional set of reels performed by The Grail, 3 reels which we think go well together.
The first one is called ‘The Torbolton Lodge’, the second one is ‘The Longford Collector’, and the third one (the fast one!) is called ‘The Sailor’s Bonnet’.
The Grail on TVNZ, St Patrick’s Day – March 17, 2014 – As I Roved Out
Here’s our version of a traditional song, called “As I Roved Out“.
We had great fun in the studios in downtown Auckland, and managed to get this song down in one take.
This song was also recorded and made popular by Christy Moore a while back, he called his version “The Night Visit“. Many thanks for everyone’s efforts that early in the day, great teamwork!
Thank you Gerry for the beautiful music as I walked down the aisle. I almost cried before I even got to the altar! The music was exactly what I wanted on our special day.Heidi Christenson
Our wedding reception rocked!!….a perfect ending to our wonderful day…thank you!!Gayle Browning
The teams danced and sang their hearts out, a fitting end to the competition!Davy Fitzgerald, Manager of Waterford Hurling team after the GAA final, Dublin
Browse our portfolio of audio tracks and videos that showcase our variety and range of musical talents and repertoire.
The Fiddler and the Sean Nos Dancer, recorded live in Ireland featuring the renowned traditional dancing family from Clifden in Connemara.
A folk version of the Motorhead classic The Ace of Spades with Gerry O’neil on guitar and vocals and Featuring Jono Lonie on mandolin, recorded live in Ireland
The Galway Girl recorded live in Ireland, written by Steve Earle and featuring Jono Lonie on the mandolin and Gerry O’Neil on vocals.
Recorded live in Ireland, The Wild Mountain Thyme with Jono Lonie on the mandolin. A great scottish ballad, full of optimism.
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