For more than 20 years, The Jolly Rogers have performed the best that maritime music has to offer. They've played across the United States and were even featured at the internationally-renowned Shanties Festival in Krakow, Poland.
Merging the essence of Celtic, French, and English folk music, featuring flutes, drums, psaltries, English bagpipes, and the resounding growl of the didgeridoo, My Lady's Cutlass creates an inviting closeness with their music.
Bounding Main is a costumed vocal group that sings richly harmonic versions of traditional maritime songs. Each of member is a music and theater veteran with as many as thirty years of experience.
The repertoire of the Crimson Pirates has grown to be a mix of sea shanties, sailing songs, Irish drinking songs and renaissance faire song standards.
The Whiskey Bards is a group of four friends who have joined together to pursue the bardic arts of times past. Their performances include arrangements of traditional folk songs, sea shanties, and ballads as well as their own compositions in the bardic idiom.
Pirate Comedy Show is an audience participation stage show that performs mostly at renaissance festivals and faires.
The Pirates of St. Piran is a UK pirate re-enactment group that also records music.