Flannery, a bunch of rockin’, rugged men. They wear kilts, and make happy, up-beat melodic folk-rock. The unique core of the music is the bagpipes, but they won’t make your average Auld Lang Syne stuff. Although, influences are traditional Scottish, Celtic, and Irish folk music, They Flannerise there songs, and decorate them with a bagpipe tune. The change between instrumental, and vocal songs, just keeps your party going!
Flannery started out in 2012, during a big festival in the Netherlands. Denny “500” Myles, the piper, expanded his bagpipes band The Myles Brothers with friends, to offer a broader range of folk rock music. Soon after, Flannery was founded. Currently, the band consists of Denny on bagpipes, Tim on drums, Steven on lead guitar and backing vocals, Arrie on bass guitar, and Martin on lead vocals. Since 2012, we had performances throughout The Netherlands, from Hellevoetsluis to Tytsjerk. Also, we toured around Europe on several occasions, and rocked in Italy, in Germany, Belgium and even Ukraine!