Orthodox Celts
Orthodox Celts

Orthodox Celts

SRBEuropean, Celtic
69,046 monthly listeners
  • 14K followers
  • 11.1K subscribers
  • 4.7K followers
  • 122 followers
  • 9.7K fans

Orthodox Celts's Top Spotify Songs

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Artist Name
Morrison's Jig
22K streams
2
Artist Name
Flowers of the Red Hill
8K streams
3
Artist Name
Star of the Country Down
5.9K streams
4
Artist Name
Far Away
1.8K streams
5
Artist Name
Rocky Road to Dublin / Down the River
1.3K streams
22K
Streams last week
8K
Streams last week
5.9K
Streams last week

Star of the Country Down

Orthodox Celts
1.8K
Streams last week
1.3K
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1.3K
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1.2K
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1.2K
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752
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485
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Orthodox Celts's YouTube Videos

4.4M
Views

Orthodox Celts - Rocky Road To Dublin (Official Video)

Metropolis Music Serbia

Orthodox Celts - Rocky Road To Dublin (Official Video)
Youtube
4.4M views
Nov 08, 2011
2.6M
Views
Orthodox Celts - Far Away
Youtube
2.6M views
Jul 21, 2011
834.1K
Views
Star Of The County Down
Youtube
834.1K views
Nov 23, 2013

Orthodox Celts's Top Spotify Playlists in the past 3 Months

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Artist Name
Celtic Music ☘️
by Spotify
2
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Celtic Folk Rock
by Spotify
3
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Irish Trad/Rebel Music/Irish Folk🇮🇪
by Spotify
4
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Celtic Fiddle 🎻
by Spotify
5
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Celtic Irish and medieval music
by Spotify
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Orthodox Celts's Chart Ranks

Past 12 Months

Events9 Events

Aug
04-06
Mostar Summer Fest
Bosnia and Herzegovina
BIH
, MostarN/A N/A
Past
Jul
15-17
OK Fest
Bosnia and Herzegovina
BIH
, FocaN/A N/A
Past
Aug
18-22
Belgrade Beer Fest
Serbia
SRB
, BelgradeN/A N/A
Past
Jun
25-27
Arsenal Fest
Serbia
SRB
, KragujevacN/A N/A
Past
Aug
15-19
Belgrade Beer Fest
Serbia
SRB
, BelgradeN/A N/A
Past

Orthodox Celts's Past Events9 Events

  • Mostar Summer Fest festival

    Prljavo Kazalište, Smoke Mardeljano, Galija, Frenkie, Krankšvester, Psihomodo Pop, z++, Buč Kesidi, Orthodox Celts, Kontra, Repetitor, Macha Ravel, Indigo, Živac Maradona, Deca iz vode, sm4llpox
    BIH, Mostar
    Small
  • OK Fest festival

    Apocalyptica, Dubioza kolektiv, S.A.R.S., Vojko V, Edo Maajka, Neno Belan, Silente, Psihomodo Pop, Let 3, Zoster, Petar Dundov, Orthodox Celts, Mladen Tomic, Goblini, M.O.R.T., E-Play, Nikola Vranjkovic, Lea Dobricic, Sunshine, URBAN & 4, Djaikovski, Dejan Milicevic, Marina Karamarko, After Affair, Alexander G
    BIH, Foca
    Medium
  • Belgrade Beer Fest festival

    Bijelo Dugme, S.A.R.S., Galija, Van Gogh, Divlje Jagode, Marčelo, YU GRUPA, Neverne Bebe, Dejan Petrović Big Band, Električni Orgazam, Atomsko Sklonište, Orthodox Celts, Artan Lili, Ritam Nereda, Goblini, Kerber, Tap 011, Atheist Rap, E-Play, Nikola Vranjkovic, Kanda, Kodža i Nebojša, Repetitor, Obojeni Program, Del Arno Band, Kiki Lesendrić i Piloti, Sanja Ilić & Balkanika, Sunshine, Prljavi Inspektor Blaža I Kljunovi, Moreuz, Djura i mornari, Tanja Jovićević
    SRB, Belgrade
    Mega
  • Arsenal Fest festival

    Voyage, Dubioza kolektiv, Yngwie Malmsteen, Dub FX, Kruševac geto, Bajaga i Instruktori, X, Riblja Čorba, Brkovi, Đorđe a.k.a Klinac, Rouzi, Hladno Pivo, Andrew Meller, Partibrejkers, Orthodox Celts, Sajsi MC, Svemirko, Osvajači, Pero Defformero, Kendi, Nikola Vranjkovic, Kanda, Kodža i Nebojša, Funk Shui, Keni Nije Mrtav, Repetitor, Obojeni Program, Dram, Texas Flood, Bjesovi, Lea Dobricic, Wise D & Kobe, Ivan Jegdić, Dejan Milicevic, Kristijan Molnar, Gazorpazorp, Runy, Battric & MIVU, Kolja, KBO!, Shoomadisco, Nikom Ništa, Bokee, Markwood, Petrovitz Yugoslavia, Darkshines, Sale Jankovic, Dead Joker, Peter Vein, GoranCHE, Hunckie, Vladimir Aćić b2b Filip Xavi
    SRB, Kragujevac
    Medium
  • Belgrade Beer Fest festival

    Crazy Town, Vojko V, Van Gogh, Brkovi, Magnifico, TBF, YU GRUPA, Buč Kesidi, Elemental, Zoster, Električni Orgazam, Zion Train, Atomsko Sklonište, Orthodox Celts, Artan Lili, Kerber, Goran Bare & Majke, Atheist Rap, Koala Voice, Kanda, Kodža i Nebojša, Kralj ČačKA, Eyesburn, Keni Nije Mrtav, Dža ili Bu, Obojeni Program, Dram, Vizelj, Đorđe Miljenović, Bjesovi, Samostalni Referenti, Irish Stew of Sindidun, Ljubičice, URBAN & 4, Kojoti, Bombaj Štampa, Sitzpinker, Čovek Bez Sluha, Bolesna Štenad, Straight Mickey and the Boyz, Sana Garić, Novosadski Big Band, Nežni Dalibor, Veliki Prezir, Ogenj, Autopark, Navy ne obećava, Nemesis, Maïka, Rib, Bohemija, Virvel, Turbo Trans Turisti, Cassidy's Brewery, Zona B, Majdan, Plejboj, MaerA, Dingospo Dali, Dejan Cukić i Spori Ritam, Sergio Lounge, PuNKreas Nikšić, Lagana Sreda, SINDROM, Goran Trajkoski, Slonz, Bilja Krstić & Bistrik Orchestra, The Filters, Reci Cimet, Random
    SRB, Belgrade
    Mega

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More about Orthodox Celts

Overview of Celtic musician Orthodox Celts

The well-known European band Orthodox Celts, from Belgrade, Serbia, has been mesmerizing audiences all over the world with their distinctive fusion of traditional Celtic music and contemporary rhythms. Orthodox Celts have established a reputation for themselves in the European music industry with their distinctive combination of Irish, Scottish, and Balkan music.

Their music honors the rich cultural legacy of the European Celtic and Balkan countries. The band's sound is a testament to their unmatched skill and ability to flawlessly incorporate modern elements like electric guitars and drums with traditional ones like the bodhran, accordion, and fiddles.

The music of Orthodox Celts is evidence of their fervent love of Celtic music and their steadfast dedication to safeguarding and spreading the music of their forebears. They have gained fans all around the world with their heartfelt and moving concerts, solidifying their status as one of the most important bands in contemporary European music.

What are the most popular songs for Celtic musician Orthodox Celts?

The well-known European Celtic band Orthodox Celts from Belgrade, Serbia, has a lot of hit songs that are well-liked by listeners all over the world. A favorite of the audience is "Far Away," a gorgeous mix of Celtic and Balkan sounds. The group's cover of "Star of the County Down" is a smash due to its upbeat rhythm and catchy melody. The band's Balkan inspirations give "Morrison's Jig," a traditional Irish song, a distinctive spin.

Beautiful song "One / Milk & Honey" that highlights the group's vocal harmonies and musical skill. A heartfelt song called "Save Me" showcases the band's talent for evoking feelings in listeners. The upbeat mashup "Rocky Road to Dublin / Down the River" will have listeners thumping their toes. The melancholy melody of "Green Roses" is a hauntingly lovely track that is certain to make an impression.

The band's distinctive style has given the traditional Irish drinking song "Rare Old Mountain Dew" a modern touch. The mischievous song "I Wish You the Very Worst" has amusing lyrics that will make listeners smile. The band's interpretation of "Drinking Song" is an uplifting, vivacious song that highlights the joy of living.

Overall, Orthodox Celts has produced a distinctive sound that skillfully combines Celtic and Balkan influences. Fans all over the world adore their music, and their best songs are sure to please both seasoned listeners and brand-new ones.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Celtic musician Orthodox Celts?

Since its inception in 1992, Orthodox Celts, a Serbian band playing European Celtic music, has delighted listeners with their distinctive sound. "Orthodox Celts Vol. 1 (2018)," their most recent CD, features their distinctive combination of Celtic and Balkan rhythms. The album is a celebration of the band's 25th anniversary and includes both original compositions and classical Celtic music. The energetic music on this album, including songs like "The Gael" and "Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ye," is sure to get fans moving.

Orthodox Celts have released a number of singles in recent years in addition to their most recent album. The outstanding song "One / Milk & Honey (2015)" has a melancholic tune and strong vocals. The song "Save Me" (2014), with its heartfelt lyrics and soulful accompaniment, is another fan favorite.

Overall, Orthodox Celts' singular fusion of Celtic and Balkan influences continues to dazzle. Celtic music aficionados are likely to enjoy the band's talent and commitment to their craft as their most recent album and songs demonstrate their flexibility and musicianship.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Celtic musician Orthodox Celts?

Serbian Celtic band Orthodox Celts has played at a number of events and venues, exhibiting their distinctive fusion of traditional Celtic music with a Balkan flavor. The band has developed a reputation as one of the top live bands in the area as a result of their appearances at the Belgrade Beer Fest, Arsenal Fest, and OK Fest.

Orthodox Celts gathered a sizable crowd with their exuberant performance at the Belgrade Beer Fest, one of the biggest music festivals in Southeast Europe, including songs from their most recent album, "Many Mouths Shut." The audience was in awe of the band's singular sound, which combines traditional Celtic instruments with Serbian folk music, and gave them a standing ovation.

Orthodox Celts made another memorable performance during the Mostar Summer Fest in Bosnia and Herzegovina, when they performed with other foreign performers. The crowd sang and danced along with the band as they sang their hit song, "Star of the County Down," demonstrating their capacity to appeal to audiences from many ethnicities and backgrounds.

Orthodox Celts also gave a performance at Heart Rock Fest Vrbas, a rock and metal gathering in Serbia, where they introduced a brand-new audience to their distinctive Celtic sound. Celtic music can rock just as hard as any other genre, the band demonstrated with their upbeat performance and contagious enthusiasm.

In general, Orthodox Celts has established themselves as a mainstay in the European Celtic music industry, and their appearances at major events have cemented their reputation as one of the most thrilling live acts available.