Irish: Belle of Belfast City Irish: Black Velvet Band Irish: Brennan on the Moor Irish: Drunken Sailor Irish: Farewell to Carlingford Irish: Finnegan's Wake Irish: Galway Girl Irish: Irish Rover Irish: Isle of Man Irish: Leave Her Johnny Irish: Molly Malone Irish: Nancy Whiskey Irish: Red is the Rose Irish: Rising of the Moon Irish: The Fields of Athenry Irish: The Hills of Connemara Irish: The Rattlin' Bog Irish: Town of Restrevor Irish: Whiskey in the Jar Irish: Whiskey You're the Devil Irish: Whistling Gypsy Irish: Wild Colonial Boy Irish: Wild Rover Irish: Will You Go Lassie Go Allman Brothers: Ramblin Man Beatles: All My Loving Beatles: Can't Buy Me Love Beatles: Eight Days a Week Beatles: Hide Your Love Away Beatles: I Feel Fine Beatles: Nowhere Man Beatles: She Loves You Beatles: Shoulda Known Better BoDeans: You Don't Get Much David Bowie: Ziggy Stardust Dylan: All Along the Watchtower Dylan: Blowin in the Wind Dylan: Knockin on Heavens Door Dylan: Mr. Tamborine Man John Denver: Country Roads John Lennon: Imagine Led Zeppelin: Battle of Evermore Led Zeppelin: Going to California Marshall Tucker: Can't You See Old Crow Medicine: Wagon Wheel Prince: Purple Rain The Who: Magic Bus The Who: Miles and Miles The Who: Pinball Wizard The Who: Squeezebox U2: In the Name of Love Van Morrison: Brown Eyed Girl
The Green Meadow Boys feature three strong male voices performing tight three part harmonies in an acoustic format on the mandolin, guitar, and bass with an uptempo rhythm and pace that engages and energizes the crowd. We focus on tunes which are uptempo, positive in spirit, provide good opportunity for vocal harmonies. What we find amazing is how popular our Irish material is across all audiences and venues, with young people in particular reacting very enthusiastically to it. In addition, we also feature an extensive collection of standard rock and roll, ranging from The Who, thru Led Zeppelin to the Beatles. We have folks up and dancing to all our music all night long everywhere we play. Here's an unsolicited on Our Facebook Page "Saw the GMB's at Three Cellars in Milwaukee last week, what a pleasant surprise! Excellent 3 part harmonies, solid musicianship, and it's always fun hearing novel renditions of classic songs...everything from classic Irish drinking tunes to their versions of Led Zeppelin and U2. OUTSTANDING! Thanks guys!"