Part 1 of a discussion on the roots and direction of Irish music. What does "Irish music" mean? Where is it from and where is it going?
Welcome to our Merch page where you can show your Cloverian love with all of the right tools. We take payment via PayPal. All merchandise sent via Priority Mail. Enjoy! T-Shirts (M/W) $20, $7 Shipping Wear the original Clover’s Revenge loot! Fashionable, two sided black t-shirt, available in men’s and women’s cuts. Sizes are Medium, Large, … Continue reading T-Shirts Now For Sale
After a much maligned hiatus, Clover’s Revenge will be returning to play at Pub 32 this Saturday, June 25th from 7pm to 10 pm. Due to an unplanned human resources crisis, the band had to seek a new guitarist. The fates were kind to us when we found Erol Ozsever, an accomplished classical musician who … Continue reading We’re Back!
Thanks for all of those who came out to see Not From Texas, John Barron's old band, at Cafe in the Park last Friday night. Clover's Revenge was supposed to play the gig, but because of a human resources crisis, the members of NFT dusted off the cobwebs of retirement and played a smashing performance … Continue reading Getting By With A Little Help From Our Friends
It is with a small tear in my eye that I am announcing that John Reynolds is leaving Clover's Revenge. John is the most incredibly talented musician that I have had the pleasure of playing with and a good friend. He has helped us get CR to where we are today and we are going … Continue reading Moving On and Moving Forward
Clovers Revenge will be featured on WSLR Sarasota's Celtic Dew radio program this Saturday, March 12, at 8 AM. Hosted by Dave Wertman, the Irish Dew radio program airs on Saturday mornings and features traditional and modern music from the Isles. Set your alarms! Tune in to 96.5 FM for an interview with the band and … Continue reading Clover’s Revenge Featured on WSLR, 96.5 FM
Clovers Revenge is an Irish Speed Folk trio hailing from the wee hamlet of Sarasota in County Sarasota, Florida. Irish Speed Folk is rooted in classic Irish Pub tunes, Irish refreshments and Irish wit. It is also rooted in the great Irish Punk Rock tradition, including bands like The Pogues, Flogging Molly and The Dropkick … Continue reading Irish Speed Folk