Brad and Chrissie MacClure call themselves "Little Green Men". Playing a variety of instruments and backed with electronics they are able to produce sounds suitable for most occasions. Brad plays guitar (acoustic and electric) mandolin, harmonica, keyboard, fiddle, and vocals. Chrissie plays guitar (acoustic and electric), bodhran and vocals. They've recorded all of their own backing to ensure consistent quality of drum, bass and synth sounds.

Their repertoire covers a range of musical styles from soulful folk, traditional Celtic tunes and ballads to barn dances and then the more up-beat celtic rock numbers. They also play many Kiwi classics and well known classic rock songs Chrissie, seen in a whole new orange light to be precise...that people of all ages love to dance to. Check out the repertoire list.

Little Green Men are used to playing to almost any type of crowd, energy and fun is the concept. They change their style and set list to suit the function, you wont find them playing soulful folk songs to a rowdy pub crowd (unless that's what they want) likewise they don't blast laid-back diners with heavy metal, but then you're the boss.The band has played in bars, on board cruise ships, weddings, parties, festivals, corporate and private functions, so whatever you have in mind ask for a quote.

Barn Dance / Ceilidh / Scottish Banquet

Whatever you'd like to call it Barn dance? Ceilidh? yep they do barn dances too, traditional Irish / Scottish folk dancing is easy, and loads of fun. You have a caller, who's very good at teaching the dances, so the ol' "I couldn't do that, I wouldn't know how" excuse will get you nowhere. The band will excuse you if you're missing one or both legs, that's all...or perhaps a heart condition.

The music is all Old Irish and Scottish jigs, reels, etc. The dances are traditional folk dances. They bring in extra musicians to do barn dances, sometimes a dedicated caller or a lead player such as flute or tin whistle. The Barn dances are popular for weddings, fund raisers, corporates. But you have to be prepared to enjoy yourself. - Warning - serious inhibition threat, you may lose yours altogether

Ideal for: Irish or Scottish themed events, ceilidh, corporate function, private party, wedding

Rock / Pop

Across The Great Divide - Nancy Griffith
Amarillo - Tony Christie
American Pie - Don Mclean, Mad-Donna
Angel Of Harlem - U2
Another Brick In The Wall(Pt 2) - Pink Floyd
April Sun In Cuba - Dragon
Back On The Chain - The Pretenders
Better Man - Pearl Jam
Better Together - Jack Johnson
Blister In The Sun - The Violent Femmes
Bonfire Hearts - James Blunt
Boys Light Up - Australian Crawl
Brass In Pocket - The Pretenders
Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison
Can't Buy Me Love - The Beatles
Cocaine - Eric Clapton / J J Cale, Everyone Else
Comfortably Numb - Pink Floyd
Country Roads - John Denver/Hermes House Band
Copperhead Road - Steve Earle
Cotton-Eye Joe - Rednex
Cruisin' - Gwyneth & Huey, Smokey R
Day Tripper - The Beatles
Devil Went Down To Georgia - Charlie Daniels, Primus
Dirty Old Town - Pogues / Ewan Mccall
Dreams - Fleetwood Mac, The Corrs
Dreams - The Cranberries
Dumb Things - Paul Kelly
Fairytale Of New York - Pogues
Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
Fishermans Blues - The Waterboys
Five Hundred Miles - The Proclaimers
Free-Falling - Tom Petty
Freinds In Low Places - Garth Brooks
Galway Girl - Steve Earle
Give Me 1 Reason - Tracy Chapman
Green Door - Various
Happy - Pharrell Williams
Hard Days Night - The Beatles
Have You Ever Seen The Rain - Creedence Clearwater Revival
Ho Hey - The Lumineers
Honky Tonk Women - Rolling Stones, The Pogues
Hotel California - The Eagles
Hurt So Good - John Mellencamp
If I Should Fall From Grace - Pogues
I Love Rock & Roll - Joan Jet
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For - U2
I Wanna Hold Your Hand - The Beatles
I'm A Believer - The Monkeys, Smash Mouth
I'm Yours - Jason Mraz (The Dude In The Hat)
Joelene - Dolly Parton
Kansas City - Various
Landslide - Fleetwood Mac, Dixie Chicks
Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons
Long Train Running - The Doobie Brothers
Losing My Religion - R.E.M.
Loyal - Dave Dobbyn
Moondance - Van Morrison
Mrs Robinson - Simon & Garfunkel, The Lemonheads, Etc.
Rain - Dragon
Ring Of Fire - Johnny Cash
Roadhouse Blues - The Doors
Sally Maclennane - Pogues
Southern Man - Various Rugby Players
Something In The Water - Brook Fraser
Summertime - Gershwin
Sultans Of Swing - Dire Straights
Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond
Taylor - Jack Johnson
Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran
Tubthumping - Chumbawumba
Wagon Wheel - Old Crow Medicine Show
Whaling - Dave Dobbyn
What's Up - Four Non Blondes
Who Loves Who The Most - The Exponents
Whiskey In The Jar - Trad
Why Does Love - The Exponents
Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
Yellow - Cold Play
Zombie - The Cranberries

Irish / Celtic

Aisling - Shane Mcgowan
Ballad Of St Annes Reel - David Mallet / Trad
Battle Of Brisbane - Pogues / Trad
Boys From The County Hell - Pogues
Bulgine Run - Trad
Dark Streets Of London - Pogues
Dirty Old Town - Pogues / Ewan Mccall
Drink Up The Cider - The Wurzles
Fairytale Of New York - Pogues
Fishermans Blues - The Waterboys
Galway Girl - Steve Earle/Mundy
Gentleman Soldier - Pogues / Trad
Hills Of Connemarra - Trad
If I Should Fall From Grace - Pogues
If You Like What U C - Us
I'm A Rover - Great Big Sea / Trad
Irish Rover - Pogues / Trad
Jesse James - Pogues / Trad
Lewis Reel / Morrisons Jig - Trad
Maggie May - Trad / The Beatles
Mari-Mac - Great Big Sea / Trad
Nancy Whiskey - Shane Mcgowan / Trad
Old Black Rum - Great Big Sea
Raggle Taggle Gypsies - Trad / The Waterboys
Ride On - Christy Moore
Rising Of The Moon - Shane Mcgowan / Trad
Roddy Mccorley - Shane Mcgowan / Trad
Sally Maclennane - Pogues
South Australia - Pogues / Trad
Star Of The County Down - Trad
Streams Of Whiskey - Pogues
Tell Me Ma - Trad
The Night Pat Murphy Died - Great Big Sea / Trad
Waxies Dargle - Pogues / Trad
When Will We Be Married Molly - Waterboys / Trad
Whiskey In The Jar - Trad
Whup Jamboree - Trad
Wild Rover - Trad

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