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Monday, September 03, 2012

Playlist - September 2

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September 2, 2012 – PROGRAM # 1276

Patricia Sharkey, Editor, Donegal Newsletter

Ireland Report News Correspondents
Patricia Sharkey, Editor, Donegal Newsletter

Brian Nolan, Barna, Co. Galway

Davy Kettyles, Dublin

Maírtin O’Muilleoir, Belfast
Sinn Féin Representative, Balmoral Area
Managing Director, Belfast Media Group –
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The Ireland Report Sponsor for September
Allegheny County Board, Ancient Order of Hibernians

Today's Playlist  

Maloney the Rolling Mill Man
by Mick Moloney
CD ‘Far From the Shamrock Shore’ – the Irish American Experience in song

The World Turned Upside Down (The Digger’s Song)
by Karan Casey
CD ‘Songlines’

Eire Canal
by Tommy Makem
CD ‘From the Archives’

Red Rose Cafe
by Celtic Thunder featuring George Donaldson
CD ‘Voyage II’

Men of Erin
by The Elders featuring Ian Byrne
CD ‘Live at the Gem’

Private Maguire
by David Kincaid
CD ‘The Irish American Song’

Chat with John F. Webber

Inspirational Moment
Young Land; Ancient Land
by Tommy Makem
CD ‘Ancient Pulsing

The Day I Left Castlebar
by Big Tom
CD ‘Volume 1. August 1993’

by Jimmy Hynes
CD ‘Roseland Productions – Irish Country’

The Ireland Report with Patricia Sharkey, Donegal
Sponsor – Allegheny County Board, Ancient Order of Hibernians

Traveling to Skellig Michael
by Tommy Makem
CD ‘Ancient Pulsing

Interview w/ John F. Webber, Gaelic Arts Society of Pittsburgh

Under A Violet Moon
by Candace Knight
CD ‘Blackmore’s Night’

The Homes of Donegal
by Tommy Sweeney
CD ‘The Irish Folk Collection’

Dateline Irish

Girl You Don’t Meet Every Day
by Callan
CD ‘Road to Fort Duquesne’

The Farmer’s Frolic
by Gaelic Storm
CD ‘Gaelic Storm’


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