The Garlic Mustard Pickers Inc. 

…. performs traditional acoustical music from the historic Gaelic-speaking countries--Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the islands, and the Celtic diaspora—Cape Breton, US and Australia.

…. is a great "fit" for anniversary and birthday parties, ceilis and contra dances, weddings, receptions, wakes, funerals, church services, fundraisers, and other occasions where appropriate live acoustic music enhances the ambiance. 

Put a little kick into your event with our fast dance tunes (jigs, reels and Irish polkas) or pub songs!
Create a special atmosphere with a line-up of Celtic slow airs, waltzes, laments, love songs, ballads, and other music.


Talk to us about your event, and we will customize a line-up to meet your needs—contemplative, celebratory, music you can dine to, or music you can jump to!  Hymns and wedding marches have been negotiated!

…. Based in the metro-Milwaukee area, greater Southeast Wisconsin is our most common performance area, but we are open to travel!  (Pssst!  We've been spotted in Bar Harbor, Maine, and in Narita, Japan.  Our last CD was recorded at a live performance in Minocqua, Wisconsin!) 


Next Scheduled Performances:


(Tentative)  Wednesday, 4 February 2014
Details are "TBD"

Sunday, 1 March 2015
Worship service music at Emanuel Church (
Hales Corners UCC)

Saturday, 7 March 2014
Paddy's Pub

8:30-11:30 pm

Thursday 19 March 2015
Wauwatosa Womens' Club
1626 Wauwatosa Ave, Wauwatosa, WI
(Corner of 76th St and Milwaukee Ave)
7:00 pm


For additional information on our future performances,
please go to the 
Schedule page.

For information on how the band supports community service,
please go to the 
History
page.  






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Key words:  Celtic traditional music, Irish music, Scottish music, Pub songs, Irish band, Wisconsin, Kenosha, Racine, Green Lake, Menoqua, Waukesha, Madison, Door County

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