DVD – The Irish Rovers Christmas


Preview DVD – The Irish Rovers Christmas

Join The Irish Rovers for their rollicking Christmas concert, then come along as the lads kick up their heels in the mountains and pubs of Banff National Park. They are joined onstage by old friends and guest musicians Gerry O’Connor, Patrick Davey, Morris Crum, Irish tenor John McDermott, and guitarist Jason Fowler.

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While filming in Banff, the Rovers even dared to join legendary downhill racer, Crazy Canuck, Dave Irwin on the ski slopes! We’ll just say, Dave proved to be very patient and a great ambassador for Banff and Sunshine Village Ski Resort.

Two hours of music, fun and LOTS of Extras. DVD is produced and directed by Stephen Hanley.

View Behind The Scenes Videos – The Unicorn,  Preparations for a Christmas ConcertFilming in Banff



Intro: Irish Rovers Christmas Theme 

1. Hurray for Christmas Day, George Millar

2. Christmas In Killarney, Redmond, Cavanaugh, Weldon, A&A by Millar & McDowell

3. Christmas Traveller, S. C. Smith

4. Angels On High, A&A by G. Millar

5. It’s Christmas Time Again, George Millar

6. Christmas Medley, A&A by G. Millar

7. Merry Merry Time Of Year, George Millar

8. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Trad. A&A  G.Millar

9. Down Among The Bushes Of Jerusalem, Tommy Sands

10. Holy Night, (Sung by John McDermott)

11. Song For A Winter’s Night, Gordon Lightfoot (Sung by John McDermott)

12. Christmas At The Alehouse, George Millar

13. Lily The Pink, Traditional

14.  Christmas Carolling, George Millar

15. Must Be Santa, Hal Moore & Bill Fredricks

16. Christmas Morning, George Millar

17. Bells Over Belfast, George Millar

18. Christ The King, Dan Fogelberg

19. I Saw Three Ships, A&A by George Millar

20. Silent Night, (Sung by John McDermott)

21. Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer, Randy Brooks

22. Three Jolly Rogues, George Millar

23. Jingle Bells, A&A by G. Millar

24. We Wish You A Merry Christmas, A&A by G. Millar

Closing Credits:  Reprise 


1. Have You Heard, George Millar

2. Maybe This Christmas, Ron Sexsmith (Sung by John McDermott)

3. The Unicorn-Funny Version, Shel Silverstein

4. Band Interviews

5. Out takes


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