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Are you bashful or did your video go out in the studio? I have just a still
Not so blood-curdling maybe... or maybe you just had to be there?
This is great! I've loved LI since dial-up days. Sláinte!
Dick from Columbus, OH
One year, on St. Patrick's Day, we had put the last patron out the door and steeled ourselves to the task of cleaning up the Pub after a FIFTEEN HOUR celebration. Where to start? A bartender pushed the jukebox away from the corner and... and an avalanche of plastic beer cups spilled out from behind and engulfed his shoes. (Most of the cups were empty.) Another bartender said he knew what to do. He left the room but soon reappeared... with a snow shovel...
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happy st paddy's day from toronto canada
Happy St. Paddy's Day from Michigan!!
Greetings from Puerto Rico, am Irish who replanted to Puerto Rico to marry 5 years ago and love it but miss my Irish Music so love your station over the net!!! No Guiness to drink can't be got here but thank God for Jamison's
Can you explain me why someone is born Dutch while the heart is in Ireland?
Hope someday to move to the Island.
It's a darn shame. I was describing the East Side of Binghamton, New York. The Irish side. There used to be two pubs over there that had music on St. Patrick's Day. Both bars closed down - one because of fire. Without them, there is just no reason to go on the East Side anymore! Really a shame. (I could tell you BLOOD CURDLING tales...)
A grand day, indeed. Thank you for the good music and craik.
A request if you please ..... Tell God and the Devil by Solas. It's a pretty good song.
Lots of Ireland / Butte, Montana connections.
Again, thanks for the music.
Niall - It's been forever - hope you're doing well - please play Anachie Gordon by Mary Black for me. Miss hearing you.
Can you play Cliffs of Doneen, it make's me happy
Your making it all warm and fuzzy here in Los Angeles. as i draw animation for Disney STudio. We used to live on the Isle of Man and visit Ireland regularly. LOVE your station and the music, and hope to listen for 15 more years. I hoist one up for ye all the way in america. Cheers folks!
Love to here MOLLY MALONE.
Just wanted to say hello. I've always been drawn to Celtic music ever since I was a boy. I started to listen regularly when I moved to North Carolina about eight years ago. Molly Malone, Rambling Irishman, Rocky Road to Dublin are great favorites. It's lively, soulful music that speaks to you.
My father was a musician. Played the Accordion. Irish Jigs and and Irish songs....(My Wild Irish Rose). Would you have this song played by an accordion artist? That I would like to dedicate to him (my father Charlie) 2nd WW Vet....He was stationed in Aberdeen from 1940 to 1943. And of course on to Belgium, France, Germany. I was very little (5) and step-danced for him in my little black patent shoes.....I am actually am French and The French and The Irish play the same type of music....Nobody parties with such passion of music as they do. Thanks for all your great music,,,you're all doing an awesome job! It brings back my younger days and the home family parties we had with our so very talented father, the family entertainer we called him.... Hugs. ❤
Goodness! The streets are like a ghost town in Binghamton, New York! Are they in church, I wonder?
Happy St-Paddy's Day to all of you super duper people there from me in Eastern New Brunswick Canada,,,, "May you be in heaven a full half-hour before the devil knows you're dead",,,,lolll good old Irish jokes...love em!! ❤ Jeannine
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