|2||Lily the Pink|
|3||Wasn't That A Party|
|4||Farewell to Nova Scotia|
|6||The Orange And The Green|
|7||the wild rovers|
|8||The Biplane, Evermore|
|9||Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer|
|11||Years May Come, Years May Go|
|12||Black Velvet Band|
|13||The First Love In Life|
|15||Goodbye Mrs. Durkin|
The Irish Rovers is a Canadian Irish folk group created in 1963 and named after the traditional song "The Irish Rover." The group is best known for their international television series, contributing to the popularization of Irish Music in North America, and for the songs "The Unicorn," "Wasn't That A Party," "The Orange and the Green," "Whiskey on a Sunday," "Lily The Pink," and "The Black Velvet Band."
The primary voices heard in the group's early songs were Will Millar (tenor), Jimmy Ferguson (baritone), George Millar and Joe Millar, and in the last twenty years, also John Reynolds and Ian Millar.
All of the band members are from Ireland. Founding member George Millar and his cousin Ian are both from Ballymena, long-time group member Wilcil McDowell is from Larne, Sean O'Driscoll from Cork, with John Reynolds and percussionist Fred Graham both from Belfast rounding out the lineup.