Jul 28, 2022
There’s a beauty to Limerick in Ireland. Listen to one woman’s love of it on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Socks in the Frying Pan, Will Macmorran, Niamh Dunne, Rant Maggie Rant, Erin Ruth, Across The Pond, Old Blind Dogs, Westwood Bluegrass Band, John Doyle, The Ugly Mugs, Turf Fire Liars, The McKrells, Eileen Ivers
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0:08 - Socks in the Frying Pan "Spaceships & Frying Pans (Live)" from Raw & Ríl (Live)
4:02 - WELCOME
5:27 - Will Macmorran "South Holston" from Glen Echo
8:56 - Niamh Dunne "Beauty of Limerick" from Portraits
13:15 - Rant Maggie Rant "Mayor Harrisons Set" from Rant Maggie Rant
23:13 - Erin Ruth "Boolavogue" from Live on KKUP radio
26:40 - FEEDBACK
30:29 - Across The Pond "The Little Beggarman" from Little Beggarman
34:55 - Old Blind Dogs "Harry Brewer" from Knucklehead Circus
40:13 - Westwood Bluegrass Band "Everything We Need" from Kenzie
45:40 - John Doyle "Teelin Harbour (Song)" from The Path of Stones
50:23 - THANKS
52:14 - The Ugly Mugs "Shall Ye Go Far" from The Ugly Mugs EP
55:15 - Turf Fire Liars "Home at My Local" from Long Memories Short Fuses
58:58 - The McKrells "All of the Hard Days are Gone" from Somethin' Fierce
1:03:34 - CLOSING
1:05:00 - Eileen Ivers "Hold My Hand" from Scatter the Light
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WHAT’S NEW IN IRISH & CELTIC MUSIC: BEST OF 2022
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