Halloween

For Halloween weekend, Mickey and Jack played their usual Irish drinking and seafaring tunes for two nights in a row.  On Saturday night, while the crowds were eating and drinking all they could for 5000 ($50), The David Ralston Band warmed up, and the night was finished off with a rousing sing-a-long with The Travlers.

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If you would like to save any of the following photos, just right click the photo and choose the "Save picture as..." option. Then you can print them and hang them up all over your house. Just remember that you can't get an official Mickey, Jack, Rowan, Colleen or Martin autograph unless you see The Travelers perform!

Mickey enjoys attention from two of his most admiring, and admirable, fans, who took time out from their drinking for a moment on Halloween.

The Travelers played, among other songs, "What Shall We Do With a Drunken Sailor" on Halloween, to the amusement of several drunken sailors.

Mickey Mulligan and Jack Duggan of The Travelers drew in quite the loud, large and rowdy crowd for Halloween at The Morrigan's. Here's a view from the crowd's point of view. Just imagine yourself singing along, with a pint in your hand...

Sometimes fans get a little silly when they hear Mickey Mulligan and The Travelers play.

Photos by "Brew" Brubaker

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