Brobdingnagian Bards
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We are the Brobdingnagian Bards (pronounced brAHb'ding-näg-EE-en). We perform a unique style of Celtic folk music that we like to call "a Renaissance in Celtic music" or "The Original Celtic Renaissance. Ask our fans though, and they'll tell you our music is just plain "fun!" With six studio albums completed in just five years, combined with ten other compilations, singles and EPs, we've been called one of the most-productive Celtic groups around. But we just love playing the music.
Why this name?
The word "Brobdingnagian" is from Gulliver's Travels. Like many invented words from Jonathon Swift's famous novel, it has come to be used in our language today. Brobdingnagian means "marked by great size." Need we say anymore?
Do you play live?
We play live all over Texas, and occasionally in Lousiana and Georgia. Every year, we attend Texas Renaissance Festival in Plantersville, TX and Louisiana Renaissance Festival in Hammond, LA.
Band History:
Andrew McKee played guitar and saxophone in high school. He grew up with a classical music background and found the transition from saxophone to recorder to be seamless which led him to perform on Marc Gunn's first solo album. He is entirely self-taught on the mandolin.

Marc Gunn began his love of folk music early on when his dad took him to jam sessions and concerts with artists like the Mill Run Dulcimer Band and Bryan Bowers. But it wasn't until the 90s that he began pursuing his childhood dream of being the next Elvis Presley through singing in rock bands. Then in 1997, he borrowed his dad's autoharp and started writing folk songs. Two years later, he was invited to perform at a Renaissance Festival. Inspired by The Dubliners and The Wolfe Tones, he performed a mix of Irish pubs songs and original folk songs with his best friend from college, Andrew McKee. They formed the Brobdingnagian Bards and earned international acclaim on MP3.com. Marc publishes the Celtic MP3s Music Magazine to help promote Celtic music and The Bards Crier Music Marketing and Promotion Ezine. He released his third solo album, Soul of a Harper, in 2003 to highlight his songwriting, a cappella singing, and unique autoharp style.
Equipment used:
Recorder, Mandolin, Autoharp, Vocals, and a sharp wit.
Anything else...?
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