Today Jimmy & Scots Folk band releases its second album titled Seven Irish Nights on the Maxy Sound

Just a few weeks before St. Patrick's Day, Jimmy & Scots Folk Band releases its second studio album "Seven Irish Nights". The work can be found in physical format and on all digital outlets.
DUBLIN - Feb. 24, 2023 - PRLog -- It is a 9-track album produced by Max Titi at the Maxy Sound label. The entire album was recorded in seven nights at the Maxy Sound studios, and this inspired the album's title. The 9 tracks include some songs from the Celtic tradition as well as an original track.

The album starts with a folk arrangement of the famous drinking song "All for Me Grog", which you may have heard performed by The Dubliners or The Irish Rovers. The song tells the story of a man who looses all that matters in life because of its fondness of the Grog, an alcoholic beverage made of water and rum, introduced to the Royal Navy by Vice Admiral Edward Vernon in 1740.

The work continues with an historical anti-war tune, "Johnny I Hardly Knew Ya", dating back to early 19th century when Irish troops fought for the British East India Company. "Erin Go Bragh", which extols the deeds and bravery of Irish rebel fighters during The Rising of Easter in 1916, is the album's fifth track. A more cheerful mood follows with tracks as "Seven Drunken Nights" and the well-known tongue twister "Rattling Bog".

The Jimmy & Scots Folk band project was born in 2013, thanks to the passion for Irish culture of two friends wandering in the streets of Dublin during St. Patrick's Day.

What started as a duo later became a quartet and the band started performing all around Italy and Europe. The band live concerts are able to recall both cheerful pub atmospheres and sailing pirate ships. The band energy is contagious and the audience can't help but sing along. The band members jiggle with a plethora of instruments: Thomas Randazzo (Jimmy) is the lead singer and plays the guitar and the whistle, Adrian Justyn (Scots) plays the bouzouki, banjo, harmonica and guitar, Luca Fiorito switches from the bass and the cello to vocals, Jack Viesti gives the rhythm with its percussions, drums and bodhran, while also singing backing vocals.

Everyone is welcome to enjoy the moments of leisure and the historical recalls of the album, thanks to the universal language of music, and why not, a friendly chat and a pint of beer at the pub.

"Seven Irish Nights" is now available on all digital platforms following this link or in physical format by directly placing an order with the band.

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