OK . . maybe not, but you should.
Well here in Wisconsin and Minnesota we do all the time. Of course we do.
It's a little known fact in the late 1800's, many of the logging camps were filled with Irish immigrants, who brought with them the music of their native land.
And if you don't believe us, stop at the Irish Fest Center Sunday December 4th at 1:00 PM
Noted Minnesota Irish trad guitarist and singer Brian Miller and his band Two Tap Trio will present an afternoon of Irish American music from the logging camps. Joined by Milwaukean Randy Gosa, Miller's show promises to be an entertaining afternoon of songs and stories from the northern logging camps.
Brian's wife Norah Rendell is a renowned flute player with the group Outside Track appearing at Milwaukee Irish Fest for the first time this year (and wowing the crowds I might add). She will be playing Sunday as well.
Since the Packers play on Thursday, chances are you won't have anything going on so stop by.
Wear a plaid shirt