View Full Version : It's ceilidh time again

11-Mar-13, 09:27
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for Andy's Irish hoolie starting with "Paddy's Day"

COLGARRO (Follow me up to Carlow)
ERIC RIGLER & BILL GARDEN ORCHESTRA (Connaught man's rambles, etc.)
JIM McKILLOP (Fahy's Reel, The Boys of the Lough)
GERALDINE SEXTON (The wild colonial boy)
DONAL RING C.B. (Phil the fluter's ball, Darling girl from Clare)
BRIER FOLK BAND (Galway shawl)
TEMPLEHOUSE C.B. (Green fields of Rossbeigh, The wise maid, etc.)
FOSTER & ALLEN (Delaney's donkey)
BALLYCOAN P.B. (Argyllshire Gathering, Susan MacLeod, etc.)
THE GLENSIDE (Shoe the donkey)
FIL CAMPBELL (Come back again to me Mavourneen)
DERMOT O'BRIEN QUARTET (Shaskeen drunken piper, etc.)
DOMINIC KIRWAN (The mountains of Mourne)
THE HANNAH'S (O'Keefe's slide, The boys of the town)
BREDA CASHMAN (Dear old Donegal)
F/M MONTGOMERY P.B. (Ducking and diving, The Waterman)
FRANK PATTERSON (I'll take you home again Kathleen)
BROCK McGUIRE BAND (The darling girl from Clare, etc.)
NORTH CREGG (The Kishkeam Lasses, Johnny Mick Dinny's, etc.)
SEAN WILSON (Sing my lovely Leitrim)
MANUS McGUIRE (Have a drink with me, Girls of Banbridge, etc.)
THE IRISH GUARDS (Kelly the boy from Killan, The minstrel boy, etc.)
BRENDAN SHINE (Catch me if you can)
PADDY NEARY (The cuckoo, Castle Donovan, Mickey's fancy)
BILLY CONDON (The Marino waltz)
HUGO DUNCAN (If we only had old Ireland over here)
FINBAR DWYER (Trim the velvet, Berehaven)
THE DUBLINERS (The wild rover)
Recently quite a number of you would have received a spam E mail
allegedly from me. I am sorry about this, apologise, and hope it
won't happen again. Thanks to all who sent me kind messages.
I hope you have all enjoyed this special ceili played for my listeners with
Irish connections in many parts of the world.
It will be back to mainly Scottish items in my next ceilidh and I would
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