We have toured with Paddy Casey and The Wolfe Tones and have performed at Kew Gardens with Jools Holland.
The band are split into three sections - hence the name choice - and each band member are aware of which catagory they fall into!
James Lynott - All Everything Champion Banjo player from Kingsbury - James has been playing the Banjo from a young age and was adopted by the older members of the band and dragged along to every session and gig possible before finally agreeing to join the new line-up due to his nifty finger work! As the youngest member of the band James is under pressure to keep up on nights out and is the oldest '15 year old' ever.
Cherry de Lacy - The Blonde. Vocals and Fiddle. Cherry has been playing the Fiddle and Banjo from a very young age and was also an original member of Folkin Hell performing alongside Malachy de Lacy. Cherry is most definitley the Good and after 4 years managing THE BIBLECODE SUNDAY'S to still be alive and kicking is proof of just how good. Cherry is well and truely the baby-sitter.
Paul Fitzgerald - Guitarist and Singer. Paul used to play with The Reels but after leaving joined TGTB&TG. Paul brings a modern element to the band and is the youngest member.
John Barrett - Drummer from Cork. John looks good but he's certainly Bad! As the drummer for the band STERANKO John knows no limits. John likes to be fed at gigs and is always on the look-out for the cake stand.
Tuppy Clarke - Legend. Tuppy is an original Folkin Hell member and notorius for his football skills. Tuppy's got a huge fan-base and his name says it all. Tuppy is known for falling off the stage, espeically during his solos. Tuppy joins on Bass.
Joe Moran - No introduction needed. Lead vocals, Guitar and Whistles. Joe was an original member of THE BIBLECODE SUNDAY'S as well as a founding member of SLAINTE. Joe has numerous All-ireland titles in drinking and partying along with a couple for his 'instruments'. Known to go missing at nearly every gig and loose his temper with everyone Joe is by far the life and soul of the band.