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E283: Michael Dart/The Skyline Wranglers. Hilary Kuhlmey. Deb Smoot. Bk Irish
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Hey Craicheads ! SOme Good Craic is back LIVE on 4/22/15 at 8 pm EST . Memorial Day is only a month away and its time to start getting psyched about it. Festival season is also here and the 38th Annual East Durham Irish Festival takes place May 23 & 24 . This years lineup is great and on the next couple of radio shows I'll be playing lots of music by the bands that will be performing at the ED FEST and chatting to them as well. This weeks show I'll be chatting with Bostons Erin Og(Bobby) and The Canny Brothers Band (Tom) . Show starts at 8 - Call in number is 714-868-0746 . And the chat room will be up and running.
Joe Hupp of Australedonian Geckos and Dart Frogs is a keeper and breeder of many exotic and rare species that are coveted by keepers, breeders and enthusiasts. Our discussion will cover a wide array of species and locals including specific husbandry. We will focus on African and Australian species in this special episode. There are so many different and amazing species available for us to work with today. This episode will surely expand your horizons and help you consider adding something very special to our collection. We welcome your phone calls. Call in with questions and discussion topics. The call in number is 646-478-5331. Once connected press #1 to be put into the call que to come on the air. If you'd just like to listen on your phone don't press 1 and you will be able to hear the live broadast. If your on a tablet or PC join us in our chatroom while the live show airs by following this show link.
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On Wdenesday night 4/1/15 at 8 pm Some Good Craic is back LIVE with special guest Ice Wagon Flu - I've seen these guys play many times over the years and they know how to get a crowd going . Kev will be calling in to talk about the band and what they got going on . And i'll be playing some of their tunes . Jonny Ra will be on later in the show as well with the News From The Emerald Isle That'll Make You Smile !!!
Icewagon Flu, where did this name come from?
Back in the days when the icebox was the best form of refrigeration, icemen would deliver large blocks ice in horse-drawn wagons. Chunks of ice were placed in the icebox which became the predecessor to the modern day refrigerator. The good-neighbored iceman would supply his frozen goods with a grin on his face and an outstretched hand. Often the unassuming civil servant, would receive an extra “tip” from lonely housewives. And the telltale sign of their secret tryst was a nasty case of “icewagon flu.”"Icewagon Flu plays fast and loose with the traditional songs of our culture, with marvelous results. Nancy Whiskey goes under the sonic knife as a boozy bar maid and emerges as a Riot Grrrl, thanks to crunchy alt-rock guitars and slurred vocal. Fields of Athenrysounds like something REM might chance---should we re-christen it 'Fields of Athens, GA?' Waxie's Darglehas a funky jam-band beat interspersed with pipes and flutes! Imagine that! Off the Wagon takes these beloved tunes into a back alley, roughs them up, and makes them into modern rock gems.
Angels of Light will be live in LAS VEGAS at the LUXOR HOTEL!
We will share the energy of the seminar with the world as we explore the Defense Against Dark Arts Seminar The After Party.
We invite you to share any of your experiences from this powerful weekend
Get your party hats ready Vegas style!!!
Sunday 6PM PST/9PM EST
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Ephesians 5:26, "That he might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of the water by the word" A Romans soldiers battle shield was his over all protection tool. He could hide behind it to protect his entire body from harm during a battle. Most shields in that time used by foot soldiers were made of leather. However leather could and would catch fire if hit by a fiery dart. Therefore a soldier must keep his shield soaked in water to retard the combustable materials in the fiery darts launched at him. You would die if your shield caught on fire therefore it must be soaked in water. Saints likewise must keep the shield of faith soaked in the word of God.
3/11/15 - 8 PM EST - SOME GOOD CRAIC - St. Patricks Day special . March Madness continues this week with non stop tunes to get you into the Paddys Days spirit ! Chat room will be up ! Whiskey will be flowing ! Tune in ! Call in number to the show is 714-868-0746 -
Wednesday night 2/25/15 - 8 PM EST - Once again Some Good Craic is back with one of the best bands in New York City - NY BROGUE ! Danny Flinn, Andrew Sharp and Matt Stapelton are NY Brogue and have been on the show in the past. I'll be getting a call from the band to discuss the latest tour ,whats in store for 2015 and play some of their tunes . Don't miss it. And dont forget the High Holy Season is alomost here ! March Madness on Some Good Craic starts next week !!!!
Wednesday night 2/11/15 - 8 pm EST . Some Good Craic is back LIVE - No special guest this week just lots of tunes . Some NEW and some old.
My Dad would have been 80 this week . Gonna play a few recordings i have of him , Got a BRAND NEW song by THE GOBSHITES you're gonna love. Some rebel music by Stephen Dodds and Sullivans Jack to name a few. Thanks to Tony Duggins from the Tossers for calling last week. Got to get to a few more Tossers songs this week that I didnt get to last show. Show starts 8 pm EST.
On Wednesday February 4th at 8pm est, 7pm cst, and 5pm pst, join Ken and his special guest Ken Boormanfor a discussion on care and keeping of dart and tree frogs. Ken will discuss setting up habitats for these interesting and very colorful amphibians. Let's learn how to properly care for these amazing aniimals.
this Wednesday 1/28/15 at 8pm EST. Some Good Craic is back with Craic Head Mike and Jonny Ra . And special guest Tony Duggins from the Chicago Irish /punk band THE TOSSERS .
The south side of Chicago has a tough working class reputation, it’s also known for one of the largest populations of Irish people this side of the Emerald Isle. So it’s not entirely incongruous that a hard luck kid from the south side of town would choose to play traditional Irish folk music in pubs around the neighborhood. At 18, Anthony (T.) Duggins, was doing just that – playing pub favorites and covers of greats like Christy Moore, and Ewan MacColl. Before long his brother and his best friends were playing the original songs he had written as well, and so became The Tossers. The name was taken from an old slang term used for worthless British coins in Sean O’Casey’s play The Plough and the Stars. The coins became useless after the southern Irish Free State won independence from Britain, and started to print it’s own currency. The term tosser has since come to mean wanker, or it’s American equivalent, jag off.