“I am conscious jelly”

2704, 2016

Festival Season

Ahoy there mateys, for the last Wednesday in April there certainly is a nip in the air. I believe there were hailstones yesterday and the phrase “snow in high places” was heard on the radio. Its hard to believe the festival season is just around the corner. I hope to God the majority of female festival goers will eventually ditch the “orange legs and denim cut offs” uniform that is de rigeur with a certain age group who are probably studying economics or how to be an “event planner” of all things. Why anyone needs to go to college to […]

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2303, 2016

The Craic and The Pod

Today I am celebrating the Commemorations of the 1916 Rising by surreptitiously dropping crumbled up Jacobs cream crackers on the floor of the local post office while standing in the queue. I will also buy some Revels chocolate covered confectionery with assorted centres and throw them in the air shouting “up the Revels”. Oh and I did this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vknVbkSafFM

I also recorded my first live podaRooney podcast http://castaway.media/podarooney/

Put that in yer pipe and smoke it!

 

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1503, 2016

Craggy Island Festival

Looking forward to attending Craggy Island aka Inisheer on July 15-17th with Michael Redmond (Father Stone) and Patrick McDonnell (Eoin Mc’Love) You can book your ticket for the weekend through https://www.craggyislandfestival.com

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1802, 2016

The Craic We Had The Day We Died For Ireland

Good day to you fellow person. I’m in the library so I’ll have to make this quick and extremely quiet. I’m whispering the following; my friend Paul Woodfull and I or to put it another way, Me and Paul Woodfull are making a special release to commemorate the centenary of the 1916 Rising as our alter egos Ding Dong Denny O’Reilly and Scribbler O’ Donoghue. The song called The Craic We Had The Day We Died For Ireland by The Hairy Bowsies will be available on iTunes and other musical platforms and a stirring video will also be on view […]

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