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Music Park: ShamrockFest @ RFK Stadium Festival Grounds -- 3/21/15

Gaelic Storm

It is clear, after attending the 2015 edition of ShamrockFest, that I need to get myself to Galway, Ireland.

Because the girls.

Scythian, DC’s native purveyor of Irish tunes, crooned ‘and I lost my heart to a Galway girl’, in a lively cover of Steve Earle’s “Galway Girl”. 912 more words

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Just Announced: Reel Big Fish & Less Than Jake w/ Ballyhoo

Our friends at Baltimore Soundstage just released some big, big summer jam news!

Reel Big Fish & Less Than Jake and Ballyhoo! will be back at Baltimore Soundstage on Friday, June 5, 2015. 26 more words

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The Dude Abides: What the American Idol Top 10 Should Sing for 80s Week - Maddie Walker

Maddie Walker
WHAT SHE SHOULD SING: “Take On Me,” A-ha
Here’s the problem with country music today compared to country music in the 1980s. 527 more words

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Lookie What I Found!

So I was recently browsing through the interwebs when I came across this little gem. It is an animated music video for the song “I Know You Too Well To Like You Anymore” by Reel Big Fish. 41 more words

Assignment

Think of your favourite song...

Everybody has one. That one song which gets your heart and mind racing and your emotions flowing. Maybe it’s not just one song. Maybe its a band or even an entire genre. 372 more words

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Photos: Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, Authority Zero @ The Regency Ballroom

Photos by: Raymond Ahner (@photoray) –

Florida-based ska-punk band Less Than Jake, who released their eighth album, See the Light, on November 12th, 2013 via Fat Wreck Chords, performed at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco on February 17th with  Huntington Beach, CA-based ska punk band Reel Big Fish, who released a Christmas-themed EP called… 373 more words

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The State of Ska Music: A Discussion with Less Than Jake and Reel Big Fish

Less Than Jake and Reel Big Fish discuss the state of ska music and the future of the genre in today’s music scene. They track the genre through the 90’s when ska saw the most popularity and share their ideas for the future of the music. 30 more words

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