While almost any Irish song makes for an excellent drinking song, there are a few that stand head and shoulders above the rest. Here, the essential Irish drinking songs playlist for the best bout of craic. This will get the party started. Even those with just a drop of Irish blood from their great-great-great grand uncle will feel a sense of pride listening to this song, which boasts the Irish culture as one of the best.
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Rock Songs That Every Cover Band Musician Should Know
The 50 best drinking songs
Steve's been an online music writer for seven years and has personal experience organizing his equipment for gigs. One of the joys of playing music in a cover band is that you get to replicate some of the most popular songs in the history of music. Audiences throughout the world love these songs, which of course contributes to their longevity. Not every band will play all of these songs. In fact, some won't play any of them.
It can take a few years for songs to build a reputation as a classic bar tune, but once they reach that privileged hall of fame, it's cemented for all time. They become frequent rituals and tend to prompt an immediate reaction of hooting, inebriated dancing, and out-of-tune singing or half-mumbled rapping the moment they begin to play. If you want to see men and women instantly put down their drinks at a bar and close their eyes and maybe pump their fists with the glint of inspired tears in their eyes as they sing along, just hit play on Journey's classic anthem Don't Stop Believin'. On the other end of the spectrum of nostalgic bar songs, there's classic '90s rap. This surprisingly pop-inflected rap song from a hardcore rap superstar known for his dark themes has become a legend in bars with its ability to get half-inebriated people comically attempting to rap along when they only know a handful of the lyrics. This song by Bon Jovi is often the antidote for the depressed bar flies moping over their beers. It's easy to see why: when you're feeling a little depressed, there's nothing quite like seeing a bar full of people come alive, shouting "we're half-way there! All good '80s rockers knew to never spell out a word that ends with "-ing. If you were there in the late '90s when this song by Semisonic first started playing in bars, you might've thought the local bar owner had commissioned a song for the exact moment when your night at the bar is nearing its end. Meanwhile, you're looking longingly at the person you wish would accompany you out the door.