​​​Celtic Conundrum are known for creating new traditional music, exceptional harmonies, and heart stopping vocals! Hailing from Dunedin, Florida, a town with Celtic roots, the band's music is further influenced by rock, folk, and the world! Danny, Pamela Jo, and Gene, the members of Celtic Conundrum, have toured throughout most of the world before joining together to develop a unique style, coined as American Celtic.  The band's original music and their arrangements of traditional songs has been very well received worldwide and in publications to include Irish Music Magazine.  

Listen to us on:

KLCC 89.7 NPR, Eugene, Oregon

LCCR 99.9, Limerick, Ireland

67Music, Portland, Oregon

Scoundrels Inn, Houston,Texas

WOMR 92.1, Provincetown, Massachusetts.

WMTB 89.9 Emmitsburg, Maryland 

WXCV 95.3, Lecanto, Florida 

​RadioStPete.com Sunsine 96.7, Florida


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Reviews and Interviews

​"Clearly this group have a strong following and based on the strength of this album will be a popular addition for Festival goers in the United States."- Irish Music Magazine

."I just got back from the Dunedin Highland Games and Festival and got the pleasure of meeting Celtic conundrum and listen to them. The vocals were incredible, the violinist was so talented and you could clearly see the passion and fun they have with this. 10/10!!! Will definately be recommending them to pubs and places of that sort where I am!!!"

Our review in Irish Music Magazine:CELTIC CONUNDRUM
The Promise
Own Label, 15 Tracks, 56 Minutes
Celtic Conundrum write their own material that is inspired and informed by the Celtic Diaspora’s shared heritage. Florida based Celtic Conundrum describe their music as what you might have heard from a culturally diverse ship’s crew, the kind of thing Matelots would bring to a quayside tavern.
Theirs is a very modern take on that Diaspora paradigm, with music that is immediate, and visceral, it hits you with percussive guitars and an almost ever-present bodhrán, played old style, on the beat and high toned. Lead vocalist Danny O’Dell has a Dylanesque voice, ideally suited to the polemical twist and turns in such songs as Werever You May Roam (their spelling) and Dublin Town (with its flute solo echoing the wildness of early Jethro Tull). They sing Bobby Sands’ The Voyage, which we know here as Back Home in Derry, injecting it with spite and venom befitting the tale it holds. The strident final track Through The Storm nudges them into the zone of acoustic Celtic-punk, it’s a track delivered with edgy attitude.
Logan Mills plays an impressive range of kit: fiddle cello, flute, drums, accordion and various brands of ethnic percussion. The third member of the trio is called Gene Martinelli, he also sings lead and adds backing vocals, 12 string guitar, electric guitar, banjo and djembe.
There is a Knopfler style electric guitar lick on The Promise Now, and a pair of tracks named after a 19th century shipping line that sailed between New York and Liverpool, called The Three Sisters, the first iteration is served a cappella followed by an almost Arabic The Three Sisters No.2.
Celtic Conundrum’s website list more than a dozen Florida bars in the Celtic circuit.
Clearly this group have a strong following and based on the strength of this album will be a popular addition for Festival goers in the United States.
Seán Laffey

Celtic Conundrum offers a rare mix of musical virtuosity and foot stomping energy in bringing songs and tunes of the Celtic diaspora to life. Their distinctive brand of Celtic fusion is infectious, energizing and just plain fun. They are perfect for a pub, a concert or any size festival as a hard working band putting their own stamp on classic Irish, Scottish and English traditional music.  It’s just a bonus that they are the nicest people and so easy to work with. 

Michael Lange
President & Director
Mad Gael Productions

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Breweries Pubs and Fine Establishments

Cotee River Brewing

​Crumps Landing

3 Keys Brewing and Eatery

Craft Life Brewing

Infusion Brewing

3 Daughters Brewing

In The Loop Brewery

Cage Brewing
Swan Brewery

Marker 48 Brewing

Florida Brewing 

Pine Street Pub

McGrath's Irish Ale House

Mary Margaret's Ole Irish Pub

Sam Bond's Garage, Oregon

Brits Pub and Eatery

​Kelly's Half Shell

Copper Clover

Jack's London Pub & Grill

Waypoint 6 Geekery

Creative Souls Cafe

Peggy O'Neal's

Pub 32

Lucky Dill

to name a few


Dunedin Celtic Festival

Northeash Florida Highland Games

Irish Fest Camden, SC

​Dunedin Celtic Fest

St Petersburg International Folk Festival

Cocoa Beach Pirate Invasion

Sarasota Highland Games

Southeast  Highland Games

Dunedin International Film Fest

Cedar Key Pirate Invasion

Renninger's Steampunk Festival

Celtober Fest Sarasota

Dunedin Highland Games

Treasure Coast Pirate Festival

Fort Myers Pirate Invasion

Lakewood Ranch Celtic Fest

Kings Bay Pirate Fest

more fest being added all the time!