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  • 02:21

    "SOME GOOD CRAIC" - with Russell Como and Peadar O'Hici

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    Some Good Craic is back this Wednesday night 11/20/13 8 pm EST .        with 2 SPECIAL GUESTS !!!  First at 8:20 we will chat with Russell Como singer songwriter from Brooklyn .Checkout his new CD title "Pinkys" and then at 9 pm we will chat with Young Wolfetones singer guitarist Peadar O'Hici -

  • 02:54

    "SOME GOOD CRAIC " - Padraig Allen -McLean Ave. Band

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    Wednesday night 9/12/12 8 pm - my next guest on Some Good Craic will be Padraig Allen of The McLean Ave. Band . Padraig is one of the finest singer/songwritters out of Ireland . Catch one of his shows and you will witness the incredible energy that Padraig and McLean ave. band turns out . After spending 8 years as the lead singer and bass player for The Whole Shabang , toured with great groups like The Prodigals, The Dublin City Ramblers, Foster and Allen, McCabes, The Mickey Finns, Derek Warfield and the Young Wolfetones he has moved along setting up his new group McLean Avenue . Their sound has its own distinctive mix between old Irish folklore and the rock pop Celtic Music of today .

  • 02:49

    "SOME GOOD CRAIC " - Boston's Erin Og

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      Boston's Erin Og, based in Boston Ma., possibly the most Irish city in the USA. Boston's" Erin Og" translates to Young Ireland and with good reason, BEO is the next generation of Irish ballad groups.  BEO continues the legacy of Irish music left to the world by such great bands of the past as the Dubliners, Wolfetones, and Clancy Bros. .
              Known in the past as "Boston's Irish Rebel Band". BEO sang and continue to sing the songs of Irelands struggle through 800 years of oppression. They have since broadened their repitoire to included all aspects of Irish folk music.    
              (They say the wars over, but we still have hope) 
              Together BEO have united the best of Boston's Irish music scene, mixing fiddle, tin whistle, driving acoustic guitar rythms, and powerful vocal harmonies, a veritable tour-de-force of Irish Folk music.          
              BEO have covered a lot of ground in thier relatively short time together, traveling the length of the USA, from being featured in an episode of the international hit TV show "Ghost Hunter's" in Paddy Rielly's in Manhattan to an eight gig stint in "Ri Ra Mandalay Bay" Las Vegas. BEO continues it's foray into New York City and all over New England with monthly gigs, and will surely be coming to your town soon.  BEO's rollicking performance, and soulfull ballads should not be missed, they draw the audience in and make everyone a part of the band.

  • 02:00


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    WEDNESDAY MAY 23rd At 8PM - Some Good Craic Irish Radio Show will be featuring music by the bands who will be invading East Durham , N.Y. The Irish Alps this coming weekend .  Every Memorial Day weekend Thousands gather in The Catskills  for the East Durham Irish Festival . And the local pubs also bring you some great entertainment during the weekend. Plenty of places to stay in town whether you are looking for a room or want to camp - Some of the entertainment featured , Black 47 , Shilelagh Law, Derek Warfield & the Young Wolfetones, Jamesons Revenge, The Canny Brothers, The NarrowBacks , BibleCode Sundays , BarleyJuice , Kilrush, Hair of the Dog, Searson , The Fenians , Twenty Six and Six, Falls Road, Broken Banjo Strings , Kitty Kelly , Tommy Flynn, and many , many , more .