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The Irish Rovers themselves, were the inspiration for one of the world's bestwhich received high accolades from Maui to Belfast, and in 2011 released both Home In Ireland, and their first Christmas CD in over a decade, Merry Merry Time of Year.
In September 2010, the lads returned to their roots, to film in Northern Ireland for their DVD / television special, Home in Ireland.
In 1966, The Irish Rovers released their debut album, appropriately titled, The First Of The Irish Rovers (Decca), recorded live at “The Icehouse” in Pasadena.
The liner notes introduced these new, young recording artists: "Irish music is the history and character of the Irish people recorded in song.
The special message of this music is conveyed with authority and skill by a refreshing new singing group, The Irish Rovers." , that Will sang for the children on "Just 4 Fun" and the lads had been playing in the clubs, called “The Unicorn”.
At this point, Joe quit the group in order to get a 'respectable' job befitting a young father, while their pal, All-Ireland Champ Wilcil Mc Dowell replaced him in the group.
Delighting old fans and certainly surprising some new ones with their land speed record-playing on “The Dublin Pub Crawl,” the sheer pop perfection of the shiny happy hit, “The Unicorn,” and its brilliant new follow-up, “Narwhal, The Continuing Story of The Unicorn,” it was one for the books.
In 2016 the Rovers produced their third television special since 2011, The Irish Rovers LIVE on St. The live show was filmed in Nanaimo Canada at the end of their 50th Anniversary Tour, 2015 and broadcast into Diana Krall Plaza.
The City of Nanaimo in conjunction with Rovers management produced a St.
Patrick's Day outdoor festival, The Irish Rovers Street Party.
The concert was broadcast On Demand across Canada and is now avaiable as a double disc DVD or CD set.