”Invested” (EP 2015) is the newest addition to the Hounds of Finn collection, featuring the new line up of Pete McCauley, Michelle MacGregor and Lojo Russo. This is a live performance given at the Celtic Junction in St. Paul, MN on January 31, 2015. This CD has 5 tracks, 4 - Traditional, and one Original. This is packed full of raw primal Celtic energy!
“Gravity Pulls” (CD, 2013): Gravity Pulls, the new CD from Hounds of Finn, arrived March 1, 2013 on New Folk Records. The much-anticipated follow-up to 2010's Songs of Men in Boats features 11 newly-recorded tracks, including original songs “Ocean,” “Twenty Demons,” and the title track, “Gravity Pulls. The record was funded by the generous support of fans through Kickstarter.com and was produced by David Kellogg & Hounds of Finn for New Folk Records.
"Colorado!" (EP 2012): This EP was released just before the Hounds’ return to the Colorado Irish Festival in Denver in July of 2012. The band wrote and recorded the title track to commemorate Michelle’s return to her home town of Denver and celebrate the warm welcome & reception the band received from festival goers in 2011 and 2012.
"Drink Like You Care" (Single 2012): In early 2012 the band wrote and recorded a jingle for Finnegan’s Irish Amber Ale, a non-profit beer company based in Minneapolis. Using the beer company's slogan, the song serves to enhance the brand and will be featured on TV and radio spots for the beer in 2013. The track was featured on the Twin Cities Celtic Music Showcase compilation CD, released for the annual benefit concert of the same name that takes place around St. Patrick’s Day and sponsored by Finnegan’s.
“Live at the Celtic Junction” (DVD 2010): A live performance was recorded in November of 2010 and released early the next year. The DVD features live performances of many of the songs on the “Men in Boats” CD, as well as new material.
"Songs of Men in Boats" (CD 2010): The Hounds released their first full-length CD on New Folk Records in July 2010. With 12 tracks, the CD consists of several traditional songs and reels, as well as some original material – in addition to a Steve Earle cover.
"Breakfast in Belfast" (EP 2009): The very first disc was a five-track EP that featured "Arms as Warm as These" in its first incarnation, anong with some other tracks, most of which were re-recorded and added to Songs of Men in Boats in 2010.
The Hounds’ music has been getting radio play on Internet radio stations around the world, as well as several broadcast outlets around the US. For radio and distribution information, please contact Ken Onstad at New Folk Records:
New Folk Records
13715 Rhode Island Ave South
Savage, MN 55378