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Daily Archive: January 7, 2012

Jan 07

Album Of THe Week January 14th 2012

The Saw Doctors formed in 1986 in Tuam, County Galway, they have achieved eighteen Top 30 singles in Ireland, including three number ones. Their first number one, “I Useta Lover,” topped the Irish charts for nine consecutive weeks in 1990, and still holds the record for the country’s all-time biggest-selling single. Renowned for their live …

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Jan 07

Ciaran Dorris back with his Sunday Session

Ciaran Dorris is back with a ‘guest’ castaway and as a special New Year treat all the way from Cedar Park in the The Lone Star State of Texas will be Lynn Durkee – ‘The Texas Fairy’ – long time listener to the show and also executive producer of ‘Thank Folk It’s Friday’. Contact the programme via …

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Jan 07

Festival Fling features Bablefish

Stupendous, scintillating, scandalsingly and brilliant, that is how to describe Bablefish who have an alternative Burns Concert at Celtic Connections in the Oran Mor at the top of Byres Road, Glasgow on Wednesday 25 January at 7.30pm with a whisky tasting from Bruichladdich Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky plus special guests. On the Festival Fling programme today, Saturday 7 January presented …

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Jan 07

Album of the Week: Alasdair Roberts & Friends

The first CD Album of the Week in 2012 is the CD by Alastair Robert & Friends with an album titled ‘Too Long In This Condition’ on the Navigator Records label. Bill Morris talks to Alasdair Roberts about his new CD and his music on our Album of the Week programme on Saturday 7 January …

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