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Rosewood Bridge, with lead singer Brian Quigley on guitar, Jim Dunnigan on bass, and Zoe Buck on fiddle plays your favorite Irish and Americana songs, a little country, a little rock, and a few originals too. Brian Quigley has been performing in the Western New York area for over fifteen years previously with Irish band The Dustmen. Buffalo Music Hall of Fame inductee Jim Dunnigan will be remembered by many long time Buffalo music listeners for being the bass player in one of Buffalo’s most successful 1960’s rock bands, The Tweeds. Jim, after meeting Brian in an Irish pub, eventually joined him in Rosewood Bridge to add bass lines, harmonies, and the occasional kazoo. Zoe Buck on fiddle adds a truly Irish sound to the mix. These days you can find Brian, Jim, and Zoe bringing the fun of Rosewood Bridge to pubs and parties all over Western NY. You’ll likely know most of the lyrics, but if you don’t you will by the time the song is over!

For booking contact: or call 716-316-3959


Other Musicians Who Often Join Rosewood Bridge on Stage:


Our dear friend and bandmate accordion player Ray Szpylman passed away recently after a short illness.  Ray was a great player and a unique character whom we miss very much.  Ray  was a staple in the Irish music scene having played in Eire Road as well as serving several stints with Brian in The Dustmen. He was also a great blues keyboard player playing for many years with The Dan Harper Band. Rest in Peace Ray. See you someday in Fiddler's Green.

Pete DiGioia, one the busiest and most talented keyboard players in Buffalo, is known for many bands including Transition, The Peter Dee Band, and Forgotten Dreams. A good friend of the band, Pete joins us when needed.

A fantastic player of long neck banjo and guitar, as well as a huge Kingston Trio fan, Russ Scinta started both The Dustmen and Rosewood Bridge with Brian.  Now retired from music, he’s enjoying spending time with his grandkids.

Partial Song List:

Irish: Back Home in Derry; Billy O' Shea; Black Velvet Band; Black and Tans; Boys of the Old Brigade; Caledonia; Carrickfergus; County Down; Danny Boy; Drink the Night Away; Fields of AthenryFour Green Fields; Finnegan’s Wake; Galway Girl; Galway Shawl; Goin' Up; Gypsy Rover; Irish Rover; Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye; Lakes of Ponchartrain; Moonshiner; Molly Malone; Morrison's Jig; N-17; The Night Paddy Murphy Died; Rare Old Times; Red is the Rose; Ride On; Scotsman; Tell Me Ma; Unicorn; Wild Rover; Whiskey in the Jar; 500 Pints

Folk/Rock/Country: All the Hard Days Are Gone; Brown Eyed Girl; Chilly Winds; Daydream Believer; Drunken Sailor; Four Strong Winds; Great Lakes Song; Hang on Sloopy; Hide Your Love Away; I'm a Believer; Jamaica Farewell; Margaritaville; MTA; Red Rubber Ball; SF Bay Blues; Sloop John B; Tijuana Jail; Tom Dooley; Two Winding Rails; Wagon Wheel; Where Have All The Flowers Gone; Under the Boardwalk

Originals: Children of Ireland; Galway in Her Eyes; Hydrotherapy; In Ireland; Katie McGuinness; Party Without Pants

....and many more. We are always adding new songs...