The Town Pants Announce St. Patrick’s Week Show in Geneva

Acclaimed Celtic rock band The Town Pants have announced a St. Patrick’s week show Saturday, March 12 at Geneva’s 128-year-old Smith Opera House. Syracuse’s Jeff Tripoli is the drummer for the Vancouver-based band.

The Town Pants started 20 years ago playing in small pubs which led to performing at music venues in over 500 cities in 15 countries and eventually to headlining Celtic, roots and world music festivals internationally. Three thousand shows later, their own brand of Celtic roots-rock spans seven albums and is backed up with a legendary live show that has garnered them fans from Hawaii to Norway.

The Vancouver-based band combines aspects of Irish traditional, folk, rock and roots Americana, fusing their signature dual lead vocals from brothers Duane and Dave Keogh to create a unique form of high energy “West Coast Celtic” that remains in the heart and head long after the music stops. There are many Celtic folk-rock bands out there, but rarely does a band have this combination of passion, energy and spirit in performance coupled with some of the most imaginative songwriting you’ll find in the genre.

If you are unable to attend the Geneva show, the band also has dates scheduled in Buffalo and Ottawa that week. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit their website here.

The band’s latest album, Something to Say was released in 2018 and can be found on all the streaming platforms. Check out the single for the title track below.

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