It’s St. Patrick’s Day, and even if you’re wearing green to get in the spirit (or just to avoid getting pinched), you probably are looking for some festive tunes to bump while you prepare yourself for all the corned beef, cabbage and green beer you can handle.
Not sure where to begin in making a playlist? YouTube has got your back.
The video streaming site has compiled the most popular Irish artists for St. Paddy’s Day playlists, according to viewership increases on the holiday. While Irish-American Celtic punk band Flogging Molly — who tops the list — and Boston natives Dropkick Murphys may be the only really recognizable names in the lineup, the rest of the bunch are a mix of traditional Celtic/Irish, folk Celtic/Irish, and punk Celtic/Irish… basically, exactly what you’re looking for while putting together your musical pot of gold.
Take a look at YouTube’s most-viewed Irish artists on St. Patrick’s Day, and get in the riverdancing mood with some of their best tunes.
Flogging Molly (10x viewership increase on St. Patrick’s Day)
The Pogues (10x)
The Irish Rovers (10x)
Derek Warfield (10x)
The Rumjacks (9x)
The Dubliners (9x)
The Clancy Brothers (9x)
The Chieftains (9x)
Dropkick Murphys (8x)
The Wolfe Tones (7x)
This article originally appeared on: Billboard