- Three Pints Gone
Three Pints Gone is a Celtic traditional folk-song band that performs in taverns and
Renaissance fairesalike. Based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the band features Bill and Kathleen Masino and James Kuehl.
Three Pints Gone has performed for ten years, taking its current name in 2000. Guest performers have included Randy Adams, Mike McCauley, Michi Regier, Liam Riggs and others. Its regular tour includes Renaissance Festivals in St. Louis, Des Moines and Silver Leaf, as well as Pike River Rendezvous, Wisconsin Highland Games, the St. Louis Pirate Festival and Camelot Days in
Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
*"Auld Lang Syne", a collection of new favorites, including new songs and re-recordings of old favorites. Released June 2007 from
*"There Is a Ship", a collection of nautical songs, including "The Empress of Ireland." It commemorated the RMS "Empress of Ireland" tragedy, in which more than 1,000 people died in 1914. Released May 2006 from Chivalry Music.
*"One More Round", drinking sons from pub and festival performances and audience participation numbers. It includes the bawdy "Moose Song" in two versions: one for a PG audience and one decidedly PG-13. Released May 2006 from Chivalry Music.
*"Health to the Company", Including "Nancy Whiskey," "Wild Mountain Thyme" and the favorite "Irish Blessing." Released May 2004 from Chivalry Music.
*"The Beaches of St. Valery", including "Soldier's Child." Released August 2001 from Chivalry Music.
Previous CDs included "There Can Be Only One", "Of Moose and Men" and "Scotland's Depraved" under the band's previous name, Wild Mountain Thyme. All are currently out of print.
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