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Shades of Green

Shades of Green is an American musical group specializing in Irish and Americana music. Their unique fusion of traditional Irish and Irish Rock music can be heard on the debut album Conversations We Never Had. Shades of Green has played everywhere from large outdoor Irish Festivals to fun and friendly bar/restaurants (with and without stepdancers!) Shades of Green is a regular host band after the Irish parade in Philly each year as well! So grab a Guinness, do a jig and join us in the revelry! 


Upcoming Performances

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Mar 2 at 6:30 PM
House party
Mar 15 at 8:30 PM
Early St. Pat's with your favorite Irish band
105 W State St Media
Mar 16 at 11:00 AM
A Guinness, a Jameson and a Bailey walk into a......
931 Stony Hill Rd Yardley
Mar 16 at 7:30 PM
Keep the Irish party going
320 Circle of Progress Dr, Ste 104 Pottstown
Mar 17 at 5:00 PM
St. Patrick's Day @ Jerzee's in Glenside
2609 Mt. Carmel Ave. Glenside

Latest News

Death and Black video released

Just in time for Halloween, Shades of Green releases their first music video*, for the song "Death and Black".This video was conceived, filmed and directed by Friend-of-Shades Craig Corrao. It was filmed in various locations within Valley Forge park, and incorporates...

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Vote for Shades of Green!

VOTE FOR SHADES OF GREEN! Shades of Green and our album, Conversations We Never Had have been nominated for not one, not two, but eleven Homey Awards for the best local music of the Delaware Valley. The nominations are: Album of the Year Song of the Year (I'm Irish)...

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New Video: “Song to Shatter Stone”

Hot off the press, a lyric video for “Song to Shatter Stone”, from the album Conversations We Never Had. This song, written by Jim and Pat, features multi-layered vocals of all of the Shades, as well as guest vocalist Jordan Schreiber. The video features some recent...

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Shades of Green on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

The 600th episode of Marc Gunn’s Irish and Celtic Music Podcast includes “I’m Irish" from our album Conversations We Never Had. This particular episode, falling as it does on April Fool’s Day, leans toward some more humorous and whimsical tunes but also features a...

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Hometown Heroes

On March 12, we had the pleasure of visiting with Mark Rogers on his Hometown Heroes radio show. Mark’s show is a staple in the Philadelphia area for more than twenty years, and it continues to thrive in its new home at Delaware Public Media (broadcasting locally on...

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