Barleyjuice The Loft at City Winery Philadelphia 1/11/2020

Barleyjuice The Loft at City Winery Philadelphia 1/11/2020

Saturday, January 11 2020 6:00pm Doors / 8:00pm Start


General Admission
Sat Jan 11 2020

Barleyjuice The Loft at City Winery Philadelphia 1/11/2020

at The Loft at City Winery Phildelphia



General Admission



Barleyjuice is contagious.

A version of their original “Celtic Girl” can be found in the Hallmark Channel movie Forever in My Heart, which aired September 2019.

Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger featured “The Hard Life of Ivan MacRae” in a 2018 episode.

“Whiskey Maid” was audible in Fox Network’s Gotham in a November 2017 episode.

Strains of "Donnie Scot" can be heard in the Sly Stallone film, Driven.

New York's Irish Voice names Skulduggery Street "Best New Album of 2010". Columnist Mike Farragher says "Skulduggery Street is a piece of real estate that demands frequent visits…the best thing I've heard all year."

Irish American News columnist and radio show host Shay Clarke says of Skulduggery Street: "Barleyjuice have delivered a superb album, their best yet. Skulduggery Street could be their "Tommy""

NBC's The Office featured "Weekend Irish" in a March 2010 episode.

Chicago's IAN, the Midwest Irish Focus, and radio show "Blarney on the Air" ALL named Bonny Prince Barley "Celtic Rock Album of the Year 2008". IAN also named The Barleyjuice Irish Collection "Celtic Rock Album of the Year for 2009".

Fox TV's King of the Hill featured "Jig Set" in their St. Patty's Day episode, Cheer Factor.

Bonny Prince Barley and Skulduggery Street made Paddy Rock's top ten New Albums of 2008, and 2010, respectively.

iTunes includes "Whiskey To The Sea" on their Celtic Essentials Collection.

Celtic Mp3s names Six Yanks Best Celtic Rock CD of 2006. Skulduggery Street followed in their top ten for 2010.

Highlander Radio's listeners voted "What's Up Yours?" Song of the Year in 2005, "Celtic Girl" in 2008, and the band remains in the top ten on to this day.

With six studio albums and a double CD collection in their sporrans to date, these five spirited yanks have made themselves one of the most beloved celtic rock bands in the US.

Frontman Kyf Brewer pens the majority of the group’s originals and lithely covers lead vocals, guitar, accordion, harmonica, mandolin, bouzouki, piano and bagpipes. He originally piped in the Loch Rannoch Pipe Band, and performed in Edinburgh’s Millennium March for Prince Charles.

Kyf’s been a pro performer since his first band, The Ravyns, produced the hit "Raised on the Radio" for the 1982 film Fast Times At Ridgemont High, and his second internationally known group, Company of Wolves released their eponymous 1990 Polygram album to critical acclaim.

Backing Brewer is a mad quartet of characters: guitar virtuoso Chris “Shep” Shepherd handles mandolin & conventional electric & acoustic guitars with his trademark flair and panache; captivating fiddler Kyle Blessing’s classical roots stray to bluegrass and country in the middle of the most authentic jigs & hornpipes; drummer John Tracey is a powerhouse of driving decadence, while hopping bassist Eric Worthington is the musical snake-charmer of the deep and dulcet.

The ayes have it - Barleyjuice is a grand group of talented tunesmiths and prodigious performers, and the absolute best time you can have at a concert without removing your kilt.