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Album review: The ishs-Allen Project/Stories Under the Sky

Earlier this year I had the pleasure of having lunch with Melbourne pianist, ade ishs. He was in Dad mode and we were surrounded by his family – his charming wife and three boisterous children. 463 more words

Album Review: Jazz

2017-08-02: Song of the day

The Corrs – Toss the Feathers

Dear friends and readers,

This time I share this beautiful instrumental with you. The first time I saw and heard someone playing the Bhódran – I fell in love with this instrument. 41 more words

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What Ryan Adams' songs mean to me, part two: When The Stars Go Blue

There are not many things in life that disappoint me; I’m a relatively happy-go-lucky kind of guy.  I can sometimes feel a little disgruntled when I can’t find a shade of socks to entirely match the colour of my tie, and there’s a certain kind of sadness when a pair of boots I particularly enjoy wearing are cracked right across the soles (although this experience did very recently aid me in getting the most wonderful laugh out of a barmaid when a random stranger I was conversing with decided to reveal to her that he works as a shoe repair man and I was at the ideal level of drunkenness and boldness to comment:  “A shoe repair man?   618 more words

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Playlist: National Best Friends Day

On June 8th 2017, people celebrated National Best Friends Day. Maybe we are not celebrate this kind of occasion in my country, but let me tell you about my best friend. 236 more words

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At Your Side by The Corrs

We’re back! But first, we are so sorry for our absence in Throwback Thursday category for the last two months I think. But now, I’m so ready to take you to the 90’s and early 2000’s music era and remind you a little bit about your favorite music when you grow up. 176 more words

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Irish Film 'Twice Shy' Release June 23rd - Cannes Film Festival Screenings This Week

Twice Shy, the coming-of-age-drama written and directed by Tom Ryan will be released on Friday 23rd June.  The news comes ahead of the Marche du Film screenings of the film at the Cannes Film Festival later this week. 176 more words

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