PHOTO GALLERY: Wolfe Tones Bring Rebel Sound to Sea Girt

Irish folk musicians play Harrigan's Pub

Ireland's The Wolfe Tones brought their signature sound to Harrigan's Pub in Sea Girt on Monday, March 8.

The group, who are known for infusing rebel music with the sounds of traditional Irish folk, have been active since 1963 and are known for songs that strongly support Irish Nationalism. In fact, they derived their name Theobold Wolfe Tone, an Irish revolutionary who helped lead the Irish Rebellion of 1798.

Their stop in Sea Girt is one of a number of stateside shows this month. For more information on The Wolfe Tones, visit their official website.

Trish March 09, 2011 at 12:15 AM
Thanks for the pictures Tom. They are one of my favorite groups. I have seen them many times and have many of their albums and CD's. I know all of their rebel songs. Sorry I missed them.


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