Track Dogs
Track Dogs

Track Dogs

IRLRock, Folk Rock
3,426 monthly listeners
  • 3.6K followers
  • 1.1K subscribers
  • 3.2K followers
  • 111 followers
  • 1.5K followers

Track Dogs's Top Spotify Songs

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Artist Name
Move a Mountain
307 streams
2
Artist Name
Man of Constant Sorrow
289 streams
3
Artist Name
Recuerdos (Maria)
271 streams
4
Artist Name
The Ride
269 streams
5
Artist Name
Secret World
265 streams
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Secret World

Show Of Hands, Track Dogs
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Too Good For This World

Track Dogs

Track Dogs's YouTube Videos

58.3K
Views
Track Dogs - Move A Mountain
Youtube
58.3K views
Feb 14, 2011
56.3K
Views

Track Dogs - Brandy (You're a fine girl), Ireland 2012

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Track Dogs - Brandy (You're a fine girl), Ireland 2012
Youtube
56.3K views
May 01, 2013
30.1K
Views

TRACK DOGS - LA BANDA

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TRACK DOGS  - LA BANDA
Youtube
30.1K views
Mar 23, 2014

Track Dogs's Top Spotify Playlists in the past 3 Months

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La historia de una canción
by Spotify
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This Is Show Of Hands
by Spotify
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Track Dogs's Chart Ranks

Past 12 Months

Events14 Events

Apr-May
25-01
Costa Del Folk - Ibiza
Spain
ESP
, Sant Josep de sa TalaiaN/A N/A
Past
Aug
03-06
Wickham Festival
United Kingdom
GBR
, FarehamN/A N/A
Past
Jun-Jul
29-02
The Gate to Southwell Festival
United Kingdom
GBR
, SouthwellN/A N/A
Past
Jun
21-25
Glastonbury Festival
United Kingdom
GBR
, Shepton MalletN/A N/A
Past
Jun
15-18
Beardy Folk Festival
United Kingdom
GBR
, KidderminsterN/A N/A
Past

Track Dogs's Past Events14 Events

  • Costa Del Folk - Ibiza festival

    The Animals, Tom Robinson Band, Tom Robinson, Oysterband, Show Of Hands, Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys, HOLY MOLY AND THE CRACKERS, Bella Hardy, Track Dogs, Ninebarrow, Sam Carter, Truckstop Honeymoon, Daniel Kemish, Jacob & Drinkwater, Roswell, Joe Broughton's Conservatoire Folk Ensemble, forest of fools, Banter, Plumhall, Tom Chapman, Geoff Lakeman, The Hunch, Flossie Malavialle, Robbie K Jones
    ESP, Sant Josep de sa Talaia
    Small
  • Wickham Festival festival

    The Proclaimers, The Zombies, Midge Ure, Toyah, The Saw Doctors, The Fisherman's Friends, Electric Swing Circus, Eric Bibb, Robert Fripp, Mary Black, Skerryvore, Barbara Dickson, The Trouble Notes, Peat and Diesel, Afro Celt Sound System, De Dannan, Show Of Hands, Edwina Hayes, The Olllam, Kathryn Tickell, Eliza Carthy, Mary Coughlan, The Dhol Foundation, Brighde Chaimbeul, Martyn Joseph, Lady Maisery, Frankie Gavin, Tim Edey, Merry Hell, Daisy Chute, Track Dogs, Deborah Bonham, Joshua Burnell, Ashley Hutchings, The South, NoGood Boyo, Phil Odgers, Rory McLeod, 21st Century ABBA, Edward II, Jim Cregan, Fake Thackray, Jonny Moody, Tuneless Choir, Virginia Kettle, Ian Prowse & Amsterdam, Becky Mills, the marching skaletons, Alistair Russell
    GBR, Fareham
    Medium
  • The Gate to Southwell Festival festival

    Raghu Dixit, John Smith, Seth Lakeman, Tom Russell, Show Of Hands, Kris Drever, Jake Blount, London Afrobeat Collective, Martyn Joseph, Martin Harley, Good Habits, Track Dogs, George Boomsma, Stone Jets, Foreign Affairs, Veronica Sbergia & Max De Bernardi, Gatehouse, The Brothers Gillespie, NoGood Boyo, Morton Valence, Bonfire Radicals, Joe Broughton's Conservatoire Folk Ensemble, Winter Wilson, Rory McLeod, Nutty Noah, Isabel InkCap, Kabantu, Tarren, Jon Doran, Gaelforce, Lauren South, Becky Syson, Thorpe & Morrison, Lasair, HOTH Brothers, Louise Rogan, Keith Donelly, Helian, Michell, Pfeiffer & Kulesh, Bosun Higgs, Reuben and The Bridge, Alistair Russell
    GBR, Southwell
    Small
  • Glastonbury Festival festival

    Lana Del Rey, Guns N' Roses, Arctic Monkeys, Elton John, Lewis Capaldi, Lil Nas X, Central Cee, Måneskin, Raye, Wizkid, Carly Rae Jepsen, Fred again.., Lizzo, Becky Hill, Blondie, Rudimental, Jacob Collier, Skepta, alt-J, Nemzzz, Joey Bada$$, Stefflon Don, Maggie Rogers, Fatboy Slim, Aitch, Yusuf / Cat Stevens, The Chemical Brothers, Kelis, MK, The Chicks, The Last Dinner Party, Thundercat, Phoenix, Cat Burns, CamelPhat, Olivia Dean, Royal Blood, FLO, Mae Stephens, Earl Sweatshirt, Digga D, Faithless, Sub Focus, Chvrches, The HU, Bou, Max Richter, Freya Ridings, Carl Cox, Eliza Rose, Mahalia, Eli Brown, LF SYSTEM, Wilkinson, Slowdive, Xavier Rudd, Dimension, Rina Sawayama, Example, Texas, Ben Böhmer, Christine and the Queens, Caroline Polachek, The War On Drugs, Bru-C, Strandz, Gabrielle Aplin, Obongjayar, Melanie C, Meekz, Barrington Levy, Loyle Carner, Hedex, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Nia Archives, Weyes Blood, Barry Can't Swim, Hybrid Minds, SHYGIRL, slowthai, venbee, Candi Staton, Fever Ray, Manic Street Preachers, Editors, Kenny Beats, Yaya Bey, Amadou & Mariam, Interplanetary Criminal, Michael Bibi, Hot Chip, Black Box, goddard., Katy B, Dennis Ferrer, Shy FX, Jem Cooke, Warpaint, SBTRKT, Viagra boys, Kölsch, Will Young, Tinariwen, Folamour, Pete Tong, Joy Anonymous, Ewan McVicar, Lissie, Pale Waves, Black Country, New Road, Laura Mvula, Floating Points, Young Fathers, CMAT, A Little Sound, Skream, Third World, Mozey, Max Cooper, Jamie Webster, Kanine, The Courteeners, The Damned, Salute, Confidence Man, Franc Moody, The Lightning Seeds, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Louis Cole, Sparks, Eats Everything, Ezra Collective, Jayda G, Crazy P, Joesef, Hamdi, Sudan Archives, Leftfield, Nova Twins, Prospa, Deekline, Erika de Casier, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Wunderhorse, Ahadadream, Gabriels, Shaé Universe, Daniel Avery, Danny Howard, Ed Solo, Gok Wan, KETTAMA, Say She She, Yazmin Lacey, Alison Goldfrapp, p-rallel, Effy, Shame, The Fisherman's Friends, Leon Vynehall, Oppidan, The Big Moon, Beth Orton, The Comet Is Coming, Mella Dee, Vintage Trouble, Kanda Bongo Man, LOS BITCHOS, Young Marco, London Elektricity, Jake Shears, VTSS, Inja, The Lottery Winners, ELKKA, Blue Lab Beats, Lens, Jeshi, K-Klass, Mica Paris, Jockstrap, Daphni, Unglued, Rossi., Jodie Harsh, Denis Sulta, Dread MC, Alabaster dePlume, Hixxy, Dave Seaman, Stamina MC, Pretty Girl, Gardna, Jasper Tygner, Conducta, The Murder Capital, I. JORDAN, Joker, Yousef, Flava D, Lil Silva, Jammer, Arielle Free, Enzo Siragusa, KI/KI, Dillinja, Gerd Janson, Palms Trax, Jyoty, Cassetteboy, The Trouble Notes, DJ Q, Mayito Rivera, Beans On Toast, Axel Boy, My Nu Leng, Billy Nomates, Crossy, Dombrance, Carly Wilford, Harrison BDP, Helena Hauff, Paranoid London, Champion, Sam Supplier, Cara Dillon, Pearson Sound, Taylah Elaine, Finn Foxell, 4am Kru, Dreadzone, Soichi Terada, Plastician, Kelvin 373, Bellah, Zed Bias, Izco, Tanukichi, Gaudi, The Showhawk Duo, Tripswitch, Bryan Gee, Frenic, SHERELLE, Dele Sosimi, Flohio, DJ Yoda, Ishmael Ensemble, T>I, Josh Barry, Ak Dan Gwang Chil a.k.a ADG7 (악단광칠), Syreeta, Shanti Celeste, Ben UFO, Pangaea, Call Super, Henge, Altern 8, Anz, The Egg, Far From Saints, Channel One Sound System, Dubkasm, Aries, Rozi Plain, Steve Hillage, North Base, JAPPA, Charlie Tee, Rich NxT, Sicaria, Bianca Oblivion, Jakes, Fanny Lumsden, Skinny Pelembe, Dele Sosimi Afrobeat Orchestra, DMX Krew, Working Men's Club, Rider Shafique, African Head Charge, Dan Shake, Karen Nyame KG, Shelf Lives, Dutty Moonshine Big Band, John Francis Flynn, Huerta, Don Letts, Gwenno, Job Jobse, William Crighton, Gene On Earth, Euphonique, Samurai Breaks, KILIMANJARO, Sedef Adasi, Demi Riquísimo, Chloé Robinson, Jumpin Jack Frost, Paula Tape, Neville Staple, DJ Die, BATU, The Busy Twist, Mercadonegro, Ailbhe Reddy, Dream Mclean, Jeremiah Asiamah, Craig Richards, Peach, DJ Moxie, Mike Morrisey, HAGAN, Rob da Bank, NOORIYAH, ABSOLUTE., Telmary, Saoirse, Seani B, Taahliah, GOLD Dubs, Ruf Dug, Big Zeeks, Mark XTC, Prima Queen, Identified Patient, Surusinghe, Wilfy D, Jamz Supernova, Chainska Brassika, Kaisha, Bish, Or:la, HOLY MOLY AND THE CRACKERS, Uncle Dugs, Yung Saber, Bradley Zero, Tempza, The Love Buzz, Grace McKagan, Medlar, The Sixsters, LCY, Mia Koden, Napes, Carasel, Adwaith, Elvana, The Dj Producer, Laidlaw, DJ Paulette, oram, Sarah Story, Leeroy Thornhill, Mark Archer, Speakers Corner Quartet, Francesco Del Garda, Toby Ross, Dr. Banana, DJ Flight, Saint Ludo, Meg Ward, Hagop Tchaparian, Jaguar, Jman, Paige Tomlinson, Fleetmac Wood, Steve Davis, Casey Spillman, Luke Una, Feral Is Kinky, SUCHI, DJ Dazee, Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul, yung singh, Old Time Sailors, Pj Bridger, Gaz Brookfield, Liquid Earth, Jordss, Star Feminine Band, Dogs, Charisse C, Richard Fearless, DJ Randall, Track Dogs, DJ Masda, Manami, Kavus Torabi, Digital Mystikz, DJ Cosworth, MC Chickaboo, Bruce, Kendrick, DJ Mantra, Amaliah, Ama, Danielle, faff, Storm Mollison, dr dubplate, Sam Interface, Monroller, Metrodome, Vlada, Hardwicke Circus, mad miran, Blacksmith, La La, Mellowmatic, halfqueen, Bobby Friction, James Ellis Ford, Darcey Hope, Jay0117, Pekodjinn, Emerald, Brixx, Steve Knightley, ICKLE, Chez de Milo, PHIL HARTNOLL, Lukas Wigflex, Gemma Rogers, Luke Welsh, Oh Annie Oh, Fiyahdred, King Original Sound, Truly Madly, Double O, Bobby., DJ Liquid Ross, Jacob Reddy, Emily Dust, Harley Maxwell, Orca Sound, N'famady Kouyate, Hippo Sound System, IORA, Colectiva, PLANTFOOD, Hannah Williams & The Affirmations, NIKS, Town Of Cats, Holy Youth Movement, James Riley, Cable Street Collective, Scarlett O'Malley, RDJ, Aæe, MIKE DENNIS, Daddy Nature, Freshta, Andy Luff, Nala Brown, Das Brass, Shannen SP, Jael, Emma Korantema, Tia Cousins, Tony Andrews, LOONALOOP, Dj Priya, MC I.D, Gaby Kettle, Malibu Hot Flush, Elijah and Skilliam, Tai Lokun, Savvy B, Mother Earth, Ellie Stokes, Seb Bailey, Jenni Groves, Austin Ventour, Apple Shakers, Matt Cowell, Dan Donovan, Jamie Cook, Doghouse Derelicts, Anna Prank, Mark Sinclair, Rosie Ama, The Wood Demons, Ally Tropical, Rompa, Lewis Carroll, Bustawidemove, Kass Kass Rizer, Xicome, TS2W, Ivan Cargo, C&S, Dry White Bones, Rosco Shakes, Jim Bitch, Aliji, Mozhgan, Dockside Latin Orchestra, Harri Pepper, Rooftop Assembly, Georgie Eliza, Toby Spin, Hobo Jones & The Junkyard Dogs, DJ Rubbish, Junior Red, FFTP, KARA, Boxer Banton, Kray-z Legz, Guilty Pleasures, Just a Couple of Mums, Bonzai Bonner, Young Padawan, Wells City Band, Xullab, Hamish & Toby, Andy Cato, Sugar Shane
    GBR, Shepton Mallet
    Mega
  • Beardy Folk Festival festival

    The Longest Johns, Nati Dreddd, John Smith, Skerryvore, Seth Lakeman, CUT CAPERS, Valtos, Martin Carthy, Gaz Brookfield, Sound of The Sirens, Merry Hell, Daisy Chute, Jenny Colquitt, Track Dogs, Rusty Shackle, Joe Hicks, The Magpies, Novelty Island, The Weeping Willows, Shellyann, Truckstop Honeymoon, Zervas & Pepper, Mik Artistik's Ego Trip, Stables, Lunatraktors, The Drystones, Filkin's Music, Christina Alden & Alex Patterson, Fly Yeti Fly, Fossilheads, The Lost Notes, Auka, Becky Syson, Dan Sealey, Thorpe & Morrison, Mark Radcliffe, Wet The Tea, Bof!, Mally and The Hayburners
    GBR, Kidderminster
    Small

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More about Track Dogs

Overview of Folk Rock musician Track Dogs

Irish band Track Dogs plays folk rock music. Harmonicas, mandolins, and acoustic guitars are used in their music, which combines rock and folk elements. The traditional Irish music culture has also had a big impact on the band's sound, giving it a distinctive taste.

Thanks to their compelling live performances and their capacity to establish a personal connection with their audience, Track Dogs has been able to establish a space for themselves in the Irish music industry. Their music is frequently praised for being empathetic, honest, and real, with lyrics that represent the human experience. The band has a devoted following of fans both in Ireland and beyond thanks to their honesty and sincerity.

Track Dogs has already established a reputation as a band that isn't afraid to experiment with diverse genres and styles, while being relatively new to the music scene. The band's commitment to pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the music industry and their desire for producing something really exceptional and unique are reflected in their music.

What are the most popular songs for Folk Rock musician Track Dogs?

Irish rock/folk rock group Track Dogs is responsible for some of the genre's most well-known tunes. Some of their best songs are "The Best One Yet," "Move a Mountain," and "Man of Constant Sorrow." These songs exhibit the band's distinctive sound and memorable melodies, which have helped them develop a devoted following.

Other well-known songs by Track Dogs include "My Love Feels Real" and "Don't Delay," which demonstrate the group's aptitude at fusing rock and folk elements. In contrast to the latter, which is an uplifting piece with driving rhythms and a catchy chorus, the former is a sincere ballad with lovely harmonies and poetic lyrics.

Other standout songs from the group include "Columbus (Didn't Find America)," "Show Me The Sun," "Crow on the Cradle," "Meet Me in the Middle," and "Santiago." These songs highlight the band's diversity and musical talent. Although each of these songs has an own sound and message, they all exhibit the band's recognizable aesthetic and contagious enthusiasm.

Overall, the rock/folk rock band Track Dogs is known for its memorable melodies, literary lyrics, and distinctive fusion of musical genres. Their best songs are examples of their talent and commitment to their art, and lovers of the genre still adore them.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Folk Rock musician Track Dogs?

The Irish folk-rock band Track Dogs has been producing some amazing music lately. The Dog Show Sessions (Live) (2023), the band's most recent album, is a true gem that perfectly captures their distinct style and sound. The album includes a combination of new and old songs, including live renditions of "Where to Now?" and "UKE Songs by Track Dogs (2019)".

"The Way of Things (2023)," the group's most recent single, is a strong and soulful song that wonderfully encapsulates the group's distinctive vibe. The excellent fusion of rock and folk components in the song results in a mesmerizing performance. Another great single from the band, "Cover Your Tracks (2023)," demonstrates their talent for making music that is both important and pleasurable to listen to. Two other singles worth listening to are "Secret World (2023)" and "Recuerdos (Maria) (2023)," which further highlight the band's talent and range.

Overall, Track Dogs' distinctive fusion of folk and rock music continues to mesmerize listeners. Fans of the band will undoubtedly like their most recent album and singles, which are a testament to their talent and ingenuity. Now is the ideal time to start listening to Track Dogs if you haven't already. You're sure to be impacted by their music in a significant way.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Folk Rock musician Track Dogs?

The Irish Folk Rock band Track Dogs has played at some of the best festivals in the world. One of the biggest music events in the UK, Glastonbury Festival, had them perform on the Acoustic Stage, and the audience enjoyed their performance. They performed several of their well-known songs, including "Dusk" and "Love and War," at the Wickham Festival, and the crowd danced to the music. Track Dogs have performed on the stages of other festivals as well, including Shrewsbury Folk Festival, Towersey Festival, and The Gate to Southwell Festival, to the joy of their fans.

Track Dogs has played at numerous additional locations across the world in addition to these festivals. One of their most memorable performances took place in front of a crowded house at the Teatro Lara in Madrid, where they displayed their distinctive fusion of Folk and Rock music. They have also played at Nashville's illustrious Bluebird Cafe, where many of the biggest names in music have appeared.

The music of Track Dogs has received a lot of praise from music fans all over the world. They won multiple prizes for their music, and their CD "Serenity Sessions" was well-received by critics. They keep going on lengthy tours and performing for crowds all around the world. Track Dogs is probably one of the most promising Folk Rock bands to keep an eye out for with their contagious enthusiasm and heartfelt songs.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Folk Rock musician Track Dogs?

The Irish Folk Rock band Track Dogs has worked with a variety of other musicians over the course of their history. The song "The Best One Yet" with Show Of Hands, edgelarks, and Miranda Sykes is one of their best-known joint efforts. The collaboration with the renowned musicians highlights the song's mixture of folk and rock elements. The song's catchy melody and energetic rhythm make it a favorite among listeners.

Track Dogs' collaboration with Ashley Campbell on "Don't Delay" is another noteworthy one. The song is a stunning and heartfelt ballad that highlights Ashley's singing prowess as well as the band's musical skill. With quiet guitar strumming and mellow percussion, the instrumentation is straightforward but effective.

On a number of songs, including "Columbus (Didn't Find America)," "Crow on the Cradle," and "Santiago," Track Dogs have also worked with Show Of Hands. The band's distinctive style has been successfully highlighted by the collaborations, which also demonstrate their seamless fusion of folk and rock components. The music of Track Dogs is known for having a strong Celtic influence.

Throughout their career, Track Dogs have worked with a variety of brilliant artists, and these partnerships have helped to take their music to new heights. Their musical aptitude and inventiveness are evident in their ability to flawlessly meld many genres and styles.