Molly Ramone -  Nashville's most entertaining Irish Band 
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You don't just listen to the music of Molly Ramone, you are part of the experience. The band engages their audience to participate in the fun, which is the essence of the Celtic music tradtion. 
They are far more than just a great Celtic band, however.  From the haunting beauty of the traditional Irish ballad to the boisterous beer drinking songs that are pub favorites, and right up to the newest hits from modern legends like U2 and Van Morrison, this band brings it all to you with their own unique sounds and arrangements. Their playlists also include some original work you won't hear anywhere else.
If you are a fan of Celtic or Irish music, or if you've always wanted to experience it, check out the calendar of events on this site.
If you are a pub owner or manager in the greater Nasvhille area, and are looking for the perfect band to draw a crowd we have a large fan following that grows every week.  
Your wedding or corporate event is just a phone call away from being the stuff of which legends are made. 
Get ready to raise your glass and your voice to the best Celtic sounds  this side of the Atlantic.

Fáilte (Welcome)
many band photos courtesy of Ray Wendy Photography

 The Molly Ramone Experience

 "Irish After All," 
a Molly  Ramone original  

Logo and graphics by Charlie Wetherington
Molly Ramone rocking Saint Patrick's Day in Nashville
photo courtesy of Robbie Quinn photography, Nashville TN
MP3 of "Irish After All" tracks and album available on Merchandise Page

Until The Coast is Clear-music and lyrics Mark Harriman
            MUSIC CITY IRISH FEST MARCH 14, 2015

          Free Street Festival on Demonbruen
The best of Nashville welcomes the best of Ireland. On March 14th, Nashville throws the biggest, baddest St. Patrick's Day celebration this side of the Mason-Dixon line. At the foot of Musica, the naked statues will sport their kilts once again while bagpipes call everybody to join in the dance.