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GAELIC STORM
OFFER "FRIENDS & FAMILY DISCOUNT"
FOR THEIR RAG AND BONE WORKSHOP
AT FULL MOON RESORT IN NEW YORK'S CATSKILL MOUNTAINS
JULY 29-AUGUST 2, 2013

Celtic-rock group Gaelic Storm are offering a limited time "Friends & Family Discount" for their first-ever Rag and Bone Workshop July 29-August 2 at Full Moon Resort in the heart of the "Forever Wild" Catskill Forest Preserve, just one half hour west of Woodstock, New York.

Through four days of "camping," classes, music and stories, Gaelic Storm's Rag and Bone Workshop will explore the band's Celtic influences, the instruments that shape their sound, and more. Classes and clinics will be taught by the current members of Gaelic Storm—frontman Patrick Murphy, guitarist-vocalist Steve Twigger, percussionist Ryan Lacey, piper Pete Purvis and fiddle player Kiana Weber—as well as Gaelic Storm's former fiddler Jessie Burns.

From now until May 31, 2013, the following "Friends & Family Discounts" are available for groups attending Rag and Bone Workshop:

Visit http://ragandboneworkshop.com/registration-pricing/ for more details and to make a reservation.

Gaelic Storm

As part of Rag and Bone Workshop, Gaelic Storm will perform two official shows—a full band set and their "Old Songs and Old Stories" storyteller set. And, in the spirit of celebration, there will be at least one formal whiskey tasting (for those who are of age), and jam sessions with band members each night…sometimes into the morning.

Gaelic Storm's Rag and Bone Workshop offers a variety of pricing options, based on the variety of available accommodations. Packages are on sale now at: http://ragandboneworkshop.com/ and start at just $795, including lodging, access to all gourmet meals, performances, and camp activities. Rag and Bone Workshop is open to music lovers of all ages — musicians of all skill levels and non-musicians alike.

All activities will be held at Full Moon Resort in Big Indian, NY, which features an eclectic array of comfortable, rustic country-inn accommodations as well as primitive tent camping. All accommodations are just steps away from daily camp activities. Guests can enjoy the spring-fed swimming pool, on-site access to the Esopus Creek, and explore the splendors of the Catskills on the nearby network of hiking trails. Dedicated to the celebration of nature, music and the arts, this one hundred-acre wonderland of mountains, fields, and streams is a world of its own.

Gaelic Storm's Rag and Bone Workshop is part of the successful Music Masters Camp Series (www.musicmasterscamp.com) held at Full Moon Resort.


About Gaelic Storm

With catalog sales of more than 1 million, Gaelic Storm has had three albums debut at #1 on the Billboard World Albums Chart: 2008's What's the Rumpus?, 2010's Cabbage, which remained parked in the top slot for three consecutive weeks, and 2012's Chicken Boxer. Chicken Boxer features a mix of empowering anthems and traditional ballads, and is the fifth album to be released on the band's own label, Lost Again Records. The group's ability to deftly incorporate a rock sensibility into their sound affords them rare crossover appeal. In recent years, they've performed on the same bill with acts ranging from Zac Brown Band and the Goo Goo Dolls to Emmylou Harris and Lyle Lovett, and at events as varied as the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and Milwaukee's Summerfest. With their signature acoustic production, Gaelic Storm blends indie-folk and world grooves with Celtic tradition to serve up a ringside seat for fifteen rounds of pugilistic poultry pounding sound. In other words, Chicken Boxer will knock you out.