There are at least 5 acts associated with the name 'The Bucceneers' 1: A Folk (Rocky Mountains Roots) band from Calgary, Canada. 2. An obscure 60s garage band from Texas. 3: A Groove Reggae band from Austria 4: A Punk Rock band from Straubing, Germany 5. A Blues/Rock band from York, England 1: The Buccaneers play fairly standard versions of traditional music, but with a LOT of exuberance. "Whiskey In the Jar," "Black Velvet Band..." old uptempo bar favorites, done well and set for dancing. They've got a bodhran, frets, and plenty of whistle. They've got a great male vocalist (actually several) with the clear voice of a young Canadian. As with other Canadian bands, like the Paperboys, they are a mix of traditional influences and college pop. 2. The Buccaneers were an obscure 60s garage band from Texas. Their recorded material was rediscovered and included on the Pebbles vinyl compilation series called "Highs in the Mid Sixties..." released on AIP records in the mid 80s. 3: An Austrian Reggae band which has recorded the discs "Rude Boy" and "Feeling Irie" you can see in the Top Albums. 4: The Buccaneers' oneliner is 'Shut up and walk the plank!' The members of the band present theirselves as pirates, and they make 5. Three young Bucc's hot on the Blues/Garage scene making a name for themselves with their catchy hooks and vocals. Watch this space!!