Our haunting new single is out now!

Check out our new song “Everlasting Faint (The Tale of the Greenbrier Ghost)” . It’s the true story of Elva Zona Heaster Shue, a young woman from Greenbrier County WV, who was strangled by her husband because he didn’t like the stew that she made for his dinner. He then covered up the murder. Elva Zona’s ghost appeared to her mother so that the truth would be known. It’s one of the few cases in US history where the testimony of a ghost was accepted in a court of law. Listen to the song to see what happened!

And on October 28, we will be releasing the music video that we shot on location at Elva Zona’s gravesite. Stay tuned! We’ll send a link.

We are using this song to help raise money for the Family Refuge Center in Greenbrier County, West Virginia that helps victims of Domestic Violence in a three county area. Please give if you can!

Thank You!

Love y’all!


“Big Oak Road” is here!

At long last, our second album Big Oak Road is available now! Check out all the great places you can hear and buy it!

You can also hear us play it live at one of our upcoming CD release mini tour! Tonight we’ll be celebrating at Tir na nOg in Trenton, NJ. November 2nd, we’re returning to Albert Hall in Waretown, NJ. And November 23, we’re playing for the Philly Folksong Society in Roxborough, PA.

Keep an eye on our calendar for more events!

New singles!

This week, two new songs “The Children’s March (Mother Jones)” and “Going Once” from our forthcoming album Big Oak Road went out to radio and reviewers!! We’re already  hearing some great things from reviewers, like here and here and aquí. (And  thank you!)

We’ll release the two songs on August 16 at the Philadelphia Folk Festival, but you can pre-order them on Band Camp and hear them live at Musikfest next weekend!

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Summer Roadtrip 2018

As we work and play our way through making our new record, we’re taking a short break for a quick tour down in West Virginia.  We’ll be playing at Carnegie Hall on June 28 from 6:30-8pm, then at the Irish Pub on Washington Street on June 29 from 8-11pm. Can’t wait to see our West Virginia friends!
And for our local Bucks fans, don’t forget we’re playing Celtic Heritage Day on June 24! We’ll be on the Bristol Riverfront Park stage at 3:00pm!

West Virginia Flood Relief Concert — This Saturday!!

Come join the River Drivers and our musical guests as we raise money for those affected by the devastating floods in West Virginia.

We’ll be playing on October 1, 2016 starting at 8 PM @ Tir na nÓg in Trenton, NJ

Admission is free but we’ll be collecting money for local organizations in Greenbrier County, WV, where a 1000-year flood wiped out many homes and businesses just this past summer. As we played concerts around the eastern ridges of the Mountain State, it was clear there is a long road ahead–from cleaning up to rebuilding lives. We can all help a bit!

Hope to see y’all at the benefit concert!!!

Brand new release!

In honor of the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising, the River Drivers are releasing our new original song “Cumann na mBan,” about the women who clasped hands across class boundaries to help lead the fight for an Irish Nation. They were activists, nationalists, feminists and socialists whose ultimate sacrifices were, for far too long, overshadowed by their male comrades in arms.

Listen to our new single on YouTube, download a free copy here–and soon you’ll be able to buy a copy on iTunes, Spotify, CDBaby, Amazon, and more!

Change in our Concert Calendar

We have cancelled our appearance at The Canal Day Music and Craft Festival in Wharton, NJ this weekend after becoming aware of allegations concerning a history of exploitation of an elephant named Nosey (alias Tiny) who is scheduled to provide rides at the festival. We are very sorry to disappoint any of you who were going to come up and hear us.  We will be back in NJ at the Mercer Irish Festival on September 11. Check our calendar for the rest of our upcoming shows this Fall. Hope to see you all soon!