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Thank you so much for visiting our site! We take pride in offering the most lively, enjoyable, and affordable solo/duo/trio entertainment for your pub, restaurant, private or corporate event.

We are known for playing a fun mix of Irish classics, oldies, and pub favorites. Our goal is the same as help you build a profitable night while making sure every guest has the BEST time possible!

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The Hooley Shooters: Going Green at the GLPL in 2015 A Feature Article by Rich and Laura Lynch The Hooley Shooters are a talented trio who perform American/Irish pub classics along with originals. As you might imagine the group was in high demand in the month of March as the interest in Irish music increases in and around St. Patrick's Day. On March 22, 2015, The Hooley Shooters finished up their busy season curiously enough at the Greenwood Lake Public Library (GLPL). There was plenty of books on the shelf instead of the Irish Whiskey you'd find at their more traditional performing venues, i.e. the numerous pubs and bars they often play in the region. The Hooley Shooters were part of the library's ongoing Music Makers Concert Series. The patrons at this pleasant afternoon concert were fueled on caffeine and cookies rather than Guinness.   Tom Gardner - the energetic and engaging leader of the band! The Hooley Shooters are fronted by lead singer and guitarist Tom Gardner. He is an animated personality who is also an awarding winning family performer with The Uncle Brothers. Axel Belohoubek the keyboardist has composed hundreds of scores for commercials, films and more. Barry Wiesenfeld also has an impressive resume. He has worked with Grammy and RMI award winning artists. Barry plays bass, flute and kazoo. Tom greeted the crowd pointing out that St. Patrick's Day is also the start of spring - a good lead into the "Garden Song" - a lively seasonal tune filled with visual images of the joys of planting. Flutist Barry added to the feel of the piece as Axel on keys melded various effects into the mix. This technique was utilized throughout the concert to give the band an even broader sound. During "Ramblings of Spring" Axel supplied a fiddle like lilt to the feisty song. The patron saint of the month that is credited to bringing Christianity to the country of Ireland was honored by The Hooley Shooters with a winsome up-tempo waltz.   ” - Rich and Laura Lynch

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