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"One of my favourite bands and one that all the writers here would agree is and has been one of the best and not only that but it is widely agreed that when the definitive history of Celtic-Punk is put to paper then the Kilmaine Saints will have one or maybe two of the best Celtic-Punk albums and maybe even a third as well!"- London Celtic Punk

Kilmaine Saints is a band formed on good whiskey and bad intentions. The brainchild of two members of a Harrisburg Pipe & Drum band, this project was originally created with the sole intent of getting them free beer at St. Patrick’s Day shows in the central PA area (and might I add- mission accomplished). After incorporating the help of fellow members from the pipe band and other notable musicians from the area, they soon realized they were in for one hell of a ride. Since 2009 they have continued to pound through blistering, high-energy live sets that keep people singing along, stomping their feet, lifting their pints and shouting for more. With several hundred shows at pubs and festivals from New Jersey to California, critically acclaimed releases under their belts, national and international airplay, and an ever-expanding and extremely loyal fanbase, it’s no wonder the world is starting to stand up and take notice. In short, The Kilmaine Saints are equal parts Irish swagger, Scottish pride, and whiskey. This explosive Celtic rock band from central PA will steal your heart, your spirit, and your pint when you’re not looking.

“I had been waiting a while to see what would come next from the Kilmaine Saints. “Whiskey Blues & Faded Tattoos” not only tells me, but it screams at me that the Klimaine Saints have arrived at that next level and they are here for a fight!"- Paddy Rock​​
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Brendan Power

Vocals

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Jon Heller

Bass, Bagpipes, Accordion

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Bill Brown

Bagpipes, Bouzouki, Whistle

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Rich Lipski

Banjo, Mandolin, Acoustic

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Tommy Leanza

Drums

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Erich Arndt

Guitar

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Gary Eurice

Fiddle

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