Rick McDonough reports on his photography blog that a new Irish Rovers album has been finalized, with some photos in the CD by Rick himself. No firm details yet on when it will be available, but that should be coming soon.
A sampler video of The Rover’s Three playing live has been added to YouTube. Click on the related link to see a montage of “The Rover’s Three,” “First Irish Astronaut,” and “Wild Rover.”
See this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tRcTUkZI5M
The Rovers Three have a new CD available on their website. Go Irish is an “all Irish pub collection to clap, dance and sing along with.” Their web site also has an article from a local newspaper that gives a little more background to the band’s story.
See this link: http://theroversthree.com/page6.html
A Mike Knott fan (who also happens to have the name of Michael) wrote me to tell me about an Irish band that Mike is in with his father, Howard. The band is called The Rovers Three, and they have a CD out. Like I told Michael, any additions or corrections for this site are gladly welcome. Also, see the Help page for stuff that I know that I need for this site. I have added a page for the Rovers Three to the discography section, as well as some information about King Holiday that I was able to drag up. http://theroversthree.com