Could All Ireland Talent Show winners The Mulkerrins Brothers be about to break America?
It's not as outlandish as it seems.
The Diary can exclusively reveal that The Aran Island trio have just been signed up by Irish music multi-millionaire Vince Power with a view to going stateside.
Dad Martin Mulkerrins said: "Vince was back home in Ireland one week and saw the boys on TV. The next we knew, he was coming over to Galway to have a meeting with us."
Impressed by the lads' musical abilities, no Jedwards this gang, the former Mean Fiddler boss is now representing The Mulkerrins and sees a bright future ahead.
"It's incredible really because although Vince was the head of The Mean Fiddler organisation, he's never managed a band before. He thinks the boys can go all the way particularly in America where he seems to have a lot of connections," said Martin.
The only thing holding them back it seems is the group's young age with eldest brother Padraig (14) Eamonn (11) and Sean Nos dancing little guy, Sean (9).
With this in mind, Power has booked them on a tour around Ireland with the goal of getting them used to live audiences ahead of some dates in the US during 2010. However parents Martin and Bridie will be close by at all times.
Although not quite Tommy Makem & The Clancy Brothers yet, RTE have already filmed a documentary on The Mulkerrins which goes out on Christmas Day.
If that wasn't enough, expect to see them on New Year's Eve when they perform on the first live edition of The All Ireland Talent Show.