Wee bit of braggin'
The band would like to recognize and thank three women who have been both supportive and forgiving as we spent hours in practice, in recording sessions, and on the road fulfilling our dreams. Steph, Denise & Janice have been the wind beneath our wings. Thank you!
88 gigs, 11 Festivals, 9 weddings, 6 states, over 4,000 miles, thousands of new friends.
Played a NYE party for the Broadway cast of The Ferryman in playwright Jez Butterworth & Laura Donnelly's apartment.
Performed an Irish Ceilidh for Nora Roberts re-release of her Irish Trilogy.
Performed for the brilliant team of Captify in Manhattan, a Forbes top 5 pick.
We were humbled to be asked back to the Endless Mountain Music Festival.
Worked many hours on our exciting new, soon-to-be-released CD, yet to be named.
Kid on the Mountain's "I Know My Love" voted 'Best of Contemporary' for 2015 and induction into the Celtic Radio Hall of Fame.
The Celtic Crier featured Across the Pond for the month of February, along with Black47 and two other bands.
Received Best of 2015 Award from GigMasters and also recognition for quick bid responses.
Played 69 gigs this year, including 7 amazing weddings!
Fifty-nine confirmed bids already for 2016! [as of 4/21/16, 78 gigs already booked]
Performed at Celtic Classic & Highland Games Festival with a draw of 250,000+
Performed on our first Riverboat cruise
"Kid on the Mountain" was entered into the Irish Traditional Music Archives in Dublin, Ireland, click here.
Honored with a bottle of 12-year Dalwhinnie just because.
Ranked number 3 nationally and number 4 globally in the Celtic genre by Reverbnation.
Named co-winners of the Texas Scots Talent Competition, AND,
Produced our first Concert Window Internet Concert produced & broadcast by ATP live at the Garryowen Irish Pub, Gettysburg, PA
Ranked number 4 nationally and number 6 globally in the Celtic genre by Reverbnation
Named in the Top 20 Celtic folk bands world-wide by Marc Gunn
Released our first CD "Kid on the Mountain"
Opened for Enter the Haggis at ABC
Opened for Jim Malcom, Scotland's Balladeer (Old Blind Dogs)
Performed our first gig (Dill's Tavern in Dillsburg, PA)
Our music has been played on numerous radio stations throughout the US, Scotland, Ireland & Germany.
We appeared on Amy Kehm's Good Day PA show on ABC27 out of Harrisburg, PA.