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The Wild Geese is a leading Irish cultural social network, whose 1,000+ members are devoted to  exploring, fostering, preserving and celebrating Irish history and heritage, in the words of William Butler Yeats, 'wherever green is worn.'

Among the most vibrant of Ireland's many gifts to the world is that of its traditional music. Our members regularly share insights into Irish traditional music, as we believe trad music  remains among the most vibrant and accessible means of exploring and understanding the Irish experience worldwide. With that, we applaud those who pursue this venerable art form, among the most poignant and joyous interpretations of Irish heritage.

We've interviewed Derek Warfield, Larry Kirwan, Marie Reilly, and numerous other  musicians in our quest to understand the joy, as well as poignancy, of our shared Irish history.

The Wild Geese was established in the fall of 1997, as on online magazine, to share "The Epic History and Heritage of the Irish" with the tens of millions of individuals of Irish ancestry found worldwide. Dozens of individuals, from around the Irish Diaspora, of varied viewpoints and even religions, have contributed, and continue to contribute, to the reach and depth of its content.

We hope you join us.

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The Wild Geese's Blog

The Bodhrán: A Driving Force in Irish Music

Posted on May 7, 2014 at 19:30 0 Comments

Read more about the history and impact of the Bodhrán.

Taking On Irish Stereotypes

Posted on February 26, 2014 at 21:22 0 Comments

On a day that's supposed to be about traditions, music, and , we see Irish stereotypes pouring into the streets and perpetuating unhealthy habits. This year, we are taking them on! Join us!

Boston Native Finds His 'Irish' Voice in Dixie

Posted on November 5, 2013 at 2:30 0 Comments

Boston native Jed Marum is a Celtic Folk and Bluegrass singer with Irish roots in Kilkenny and Galway. He moved to Texas in 1986, where he rekindled an earlier love of music. In 2000, he left his day job in information technology to pursue a full-time music career.

Marum draws from these roots, along with American Bluegrass and…


Halloween A-BOO!

Posted on November 1, 2013 at 20:45 0 Comments


The following is a transcript taken from the LIVE members' chat hosted here at on Thursday, October 31, 2013 with County Sligo historian and author (and fellow Wild Geese member), Joe McGowan.

The Wild Geese:  Céad míle fáilte, a chairde! So glad to see…


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Tony Lawless



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