Possibly Irish is known for energetic Celtic performances with foot stomping traditional Irish pub songs, heartfelt ballads, and beautiful harmonies to soothe your soul.  

Possibly Irish has recorded 3 CDs, Roving Out, Still Roving and the most recent, Keeping It Celtic .The band is currently working on a 4th CD of original music to soon be released. The band enjoys posting a variety of music videos on YouTube. Check out our YouTube music videos HERE.


The band has a steady gig at Enchanted Forest during the summer season and has performed at numerous festivals, pubs, and private events. Possibly Irish was the headliner for the Douglas County Highland Games and Gathering, The Albany Highland Games and Celtic Festival and the Central Oregon Highland Games and Celtic Festival. The band considers itself very lucky to be one of the few bands able to continue recording and performing during Covid.

LARGE OR SMALL VENUES... normally performing with 4 musicians. Possible instruments include Irish whistle, fiddle, Bodhran drum, mandolin, accordion, hammered dulcimer, guitar banjo, and more.


Love Them! This is my 2nd festival hiring Possibly Irish and it won't be my last. They are super flexible & accommodated scheduling issues. Their communication is top notch.

We love them, and so does the crowd. We had a terrible storm come through and they played through the wind & rain like the professionals they are. We can't wait to work with them for both festivals next year! Shelley Reed, Booker for Albany Highland Games and Celtic Gathering

"AMAZING JOB!!! They are very entertaining and easy to work with. We will definitely be booking this band again in the near future" Steve S. Gig Salad Review

We loved having Possibly Irish for our family birthday gathering. A local restaurant let us use their venue. It was beyond perfect. We wanted to recreate a trip to Ireland with pub and music- Possibly Irish made it more than perfect. Joy Dougherty, private event


Possibly Irish formed in July of 2015. Susan Vaslev, director of theatre at Enchanted Forest, was late to warm-ups one morning. She asked Makaio what they had been doing to warm up and he said they had been singing Irish songs. Susan, who had just returned from Ireland, asked them to sing the Irish songs for her. She immediately said they should start a band to perform in the park. Within a few days, the band was formed with Makaio, Cabeau, Emma and Susan, all members of the theatre department at Enchanted Forest. While rehearsing one day, Makaio said, "If only we had a fiddle player!" Emma said her little sister played the fiddle, and the group became complete.

For the 2016 season at Enchanted Forest, Susan decided to create a second band to help cover the group's busy summer schedule at Enchanted Forest. Musicians auditioned for this band and the result was the talented group of musicians that came together to form Keeping It Celtic. Band members from both bands ended up substituting for each other, and not just at Enchanted Forest, but at gigs and festivals and decided it just made sense to join the bands together, which they did January 2017.

Most recent album


Salem, OR


Traditional Irish,

Celtic, Scottish

Years Active:

2015- Present








Susan Vaslev

e-mail: susan@enchantedforest.com

cell: 503-510-1377

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Possibly Irish normally performs in groups of 3-5 musicians

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