- SlipJig -is a band dedicated to the proposition that music should be as much fun as possible. Their music comes from the traditions of Ireland, Scotland, and other Celtic lands.It spans a range of styles from high-energy jigs and reels to ancient airs and ballads to raucous pub songs. SlipJig plays with (mostly) traditional instruments in a (mostly) traditional style and while they make an effort not to break tradition, they admit to bending it on occasion.
- Kinvara -an exciting new Celtic band based in North Alabama consisting of Denny Cannon on guitar, vocals, and whistles; Bob O'Shields on bodhrán, mandolin, and vocals; Al Trotter on flute and whistles; Michael Bowman on fiddle and viola; and Nancy Wills on fiddle and Irish step dance.
- Maple Hill -The Maple Hill Band formed in 2003 when some former members of GoodFortune (a local Ceilidh group) and a few of their friends began meeting at Steve Whitmore's house for informal sessions on Sunday evenings. The musical focus quickly became Celtic and American Traditional music, bringing more members and a growing play list.
- The Huntsville Irish Dancers, founded by DeeAnna and Jason Heym, offer classes in solo and ceili dancing for all ages. Whether you're young or young at heart, come join us!
- Mohr 4 -We're Mohr4! We play Celtic and Classical music - straying into other genres (like Shaker, Renaissance, and Gypsy) when the mood hits us.
- Seanachie We're very fortunate to have our own local Seanachie, Margayle Williams. In Ireland a seanachie (“shon-uh-key”) is a storyteller who preserves history by passing stories from generation to generation
- Dave Boling - Uilleann Piper - The sound of the Uilleann Pipes has been described as ancient, mysterious, and beautiful. They can be heard throughout the soundtrack of Braveheart, Titanic, and many other places. Dave has played for arts festivals, weddings, gatherings, recording sessions, and is available for hire.
- The Tennessee Valley Scottish Society - The Tennessee Valley Scottish Society (TVSS) is dedicated to furthering the interest in all things Scottish through educational and recreational activities. TVSS presents several activities throughout the year to introduce the Tennessee Valley and surrounding area to Scottish traditions.
- Cherish the Ladies - When describing Cherish the Ladies, the critics say it best: "It is simply impossible to imagine an audience that wouldn't enjoy what they do", the Boston Globe, "An astonishing array of virtuosity", the Washington Post, "Expands the annals of Irish music in America, the music is passionate, tender and rambunctious"
- Eileen Ivers - Fiddle extraordinaire "Ivers bridges the gap ...a sensation." ...Billboard Magazine "...the Jimi Hendrix of the violin." ...The New York Times ...Eileen Ivers & Immigrant Soul rocks the house everywhere it plays." ...The Boston Globe
- Alabama Celtic Association -a non-profit service organization dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Celtic heritage, arts and education in Alabama.
- Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann (pronounced "kol-tus kyol-tori air-in"), or CCÉ for short, is a worldwide organization based in Dublin, Ireland, committed to the preservation and practice of traditional Irish arts such as music, singing, dance, and language. CCÉ North America is comprised of CCÉ branches in cities throughout the United States and Canada, and promotes traditional Irish arts in the western hemisphere by sponsoring concerts, dances, classes, and other events.