Was it a Movember gig, or a terrible shaving accident?

Toe-tappin', foot-stompin' hooley and good times from this larger than life 3pc.

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With a voice described as 'Honey Smoked Gravel', The Silver Fox (Brendan) leads a good times band of musical veterans committed to a good ol' fashioned stomp and sing-along. Irish tunes, country tunes, rock tunes and all the crowd pleasers you know and love. Johnny & The Fox have a wide range of material and deliver it with charn, banter and a whole lot of salt and pepper!


Johnny Ginger on bass and the Silver Fox Brendan playing the strings. A great vibe for any occasion!


J&F trio gets the toes a-tappin and the crowd dancing. It's not the size of your band but what you do with it? Or something...


The boys have a larger format options of the band including mandolin, additional vocals/guitars for particularly special occasions!

WOW! You guys played an absolute blinder for our wedding the other weekend. Thank you so much! We knew you guys would be awesome, but we never expected you to be THAT good! We loved all of the songs you played (and i'm is still buzzing about how you played Rocky Road to Dublin - what a voice you have!) awesome stuff the craic was ninety lads!




This should give you an idea of the band's vibe, and if you don't see something you love, you can always make a request!

And It Stoned Me by Van Morrison

April Sun by Dragon

BAKER STREET by Gerry Rafferty

Black Velvet Band by Trad

Bliss by The Dudes

Blister in the Sun by Violent Femmes

Blowin in the wind by Bob Dylan

Boys of Summer by Don Henley

Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison

Budapest by George Ezra

Burning Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash

Calton Weaver (Nancy Whisky) by Trad

CC Rider by OCMS

Come Together by Beatles

Copperhead Road by Steve Earle

COUNTRY ROADS by John Denver

Dark Streets Of London by The Pogues 

Dumb things by Paul Kelly

Fisherman's Blues by Waterboys

Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash

Fortunate Son by CCR

Free Fallin' by Tom Petty

Galway Girl by Steve Earle

Greenland Whale Fisheries by Trad

Hands to Yourself by Georgia Sattelites

Heart of Gold by Neil Young

Hey Hey, My My by Neil Young

Honky Tonk Women by Rolling Stones

I Fought The Law by The Clash

I Love Rock n' Roll by Joan Jett & the Blackhearts

I'm On Fire by Bruce Springsteen

Whiskey in the Jar by Trad

Whole of the Moon Prompt by Waterboys

Wicked Games by Chris Isaak

Wild Rover by Trad

With or Without You by U2

If I Should Fall From Grace With God by The Pogues

Irish Heart Beat by Van Morrison

The Irish Rover by Trad

Learning To Fly by Tom Petty

Little Lion Man by Mumford

Lonely Boy by The Black Keys

Long Time a Comin' by Bap Kennedy

Mary-Jane's Last Dance by Tom Petty

The Mermaid Song by Trad


Poor Paddy by Trad

Proud Mary by C.C.R.

The Rare Ould Mountain Dew by Trad

The Rattlin' Bog by Trad

The Rising of the Moon by J.K. Casey/Turlough O'Carolan

Sally MacLennane by The Pogues

Sean South Of Garryowen by Trad

Should I Stay or Should I Go by The Clash

South Australia by Trad

The Star Of County Down by Trad

Streams Of Whiskey by The Pogues

Stuck in the Middle with You by Steelers Wheel

SWEET HOME ALABAMA by Lynyrd Skynyrd

To Her Door by Paul Kelly

To Love Somebody by The Bee Gees

WagonWheel by OCMC

Waxie's Dargle by Trad

Weather With You by Crowded House

The Weight by The Band

Whaling by Dave Dobbyn

When I Get Drunk by Eddie Burns Blues Band