2013 Bands and Pirate Music
2014 Bands and Pirate Music is currently being updated. Meanwhile, take a look at what was going on last year.
All the way from New York... The Brigands
Music was critical to the sailing of wooden vessels. It kept the hands working and pulling in unison, through storm and wind and calm.
The Brigands have been called the ultimate pirate band! Even their new music sounds as if it came right from the old dockside taverns where pirates would spend their hard earned (or ill gotten) money, drinking and singing the songs of the seas.
The Brigands: a bit rowdy, a bit naughty, yet piraticaly unrefined. Their music is a lot of fun, it's upbeat and sure to get your blood pumping.
From Key West and parts unknown... The Bone Island Buccaneers
Although disbanded back in 2009, members of this talented group of seafaring scoundrels have reunited on rare occasions to deliver a real treat to those who recall the songs from their hit CD “Ole Zach’s Tavern”
The Bone Island Buccaneers will come together once again in celebration of the 5th Annual Fishermen’s Village Pirate Fest, so raise a mug and sing along to the shanties you know by heart!
The Bone Island Buccaneers' reunion and command performance is dedicated to Quarter Master Tiffen Pickering of POTTC.
The Bawdy Boys are not afraid to break out of what is considered the normal mold of Irish Folk music.
They invite their fans to join them as they embark on a journey into the exciting world of Piracy and Celtic history with a unique blend of old-world musical influences and interactive up-beat story telling.
The Boys strive to bring a new generation into the rich heritage and culture of Irish Americans immigrants through whimsical and bawdy versions of traditional favorites, with toasts and bits of history in every shanty, rebellious tune and drinking song they can have their way with.
The Bawdy Boys bid you to join them in Punta Gorda for a pint and a song at this beautiful harbor-side port of call.
Fletcher Christian Morton
Fletcher Christian Morton - Named after the infamous mutineer who took the Bounty form Captain Bligh,
young Fletcher has always had piracy in his soul.
He started playing guitar at the age of 7 and has entertained crowds across the state with his mix of tropical and classic rock, from Jimmy Buffett and Bob Marley to the Eagles and the Grateful Dead.
Fletcher will open for the Brigands, Saturday at 7PM.
ENTERTAINMENT AND SCHEDULING ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE