These guys honor tradition while breaking the mold. Jameson’s Revenge combines the sounds of a pin whistle, a fiddle, a flute and a guitar to create a funky, almost sweet-sounding form of Irish music that recalls a modern day in the Old Country. This Saturday, the lads take their act to Long Island City, where they will share the stage with 2012 Irish Music Awards winner Mickey Coleman, a folk singer from County Tyrone in Northern Ireland whose lyrics are influenced by the hardships that he experienced growing up in a country divided by religion. Details: Jameson’s Revenge in Concert, New York Irish Center, 10-40 Jackson Ave., LIC, June 29, 7:30 pm, $22, $11 for students, seniors and the unemployed.