The guy and girl yelling at each other was the Dropkick Murphy's The Dirty Glass The other group was Flogging Molly Druken Lullabies . On a side note I got to see Dropkicks in Boston on St. Patty's day 2006 was the best concert I have ever seen
The opening version of "Candice to Arms" was the Dropkick Murphys. There was also an acoustic version of "Drunken Lullabies" by Flogging Molly, but the electric version is much better if you want to seek that our or the whole damn album / catalog, they are really a solid band.
If you liked the songs played on St Pats, there are a tons of bands out there in the irish/celtic/gaelic punk rock genre. I'd suggest: Enter the Haggis, The Tossers, The RealMckenzies, Oi Polloi, Blood or Whiskey, The Gobshites and Flatfoot 56.
Thanks Livebackwards. Unfortunately that's not the song. What they played was not Anarchy In The UK sung in French. It was a completely different song that I believe was in French. The song sampled a line from "Anarchy" in english a few times during the song. I can't find it anywhere. Thanks again, any help is appreciated!!!!
Dropkick Murphies - Cadence To Arms
Family Guy - Drunken Irish Dad
Stephen Lynch - Down To The Old Pub
Irish Rovers - Finnegan's Wake
Dropkick Murphies - Dirty Glass
Denis Leary - Traditional Irish Folk Song
Red Peters - 2 Gay Irish Men
Flogging Molly - Drunken Lullabye
SONG FROM 3/21
Spider Nick & The Maddogs - 'Ca Plane Pour Moi' (cover) featuring a melody of Jim Carroll Band 'People Who Died', Sex Pistols 'Anarchy In The UK', Ramons 'KKK Took My Baby Away'