Episode 82: SMASH HITS 2020 (PART 2)
Ahh, the week between Xmas and NYD. Sure what else would you be doing but watching classic TV and making best of 2020 lists.
Here's part 2 of our SMASH HITS 2020 to help you through.
Don Meade -The Haunted House and The Lark on The Strand
Shannon Heaton - P. Joe Hayes Number 2, The Cottage in the Grove and The Mother and Child Reel (with Matt Heaton)
Elaine O'Sullivan - Toss The Feathers and Grandpa Tommy's Ceili Band
Caitlin NicGabhann - Slip Jigs: Na Ceannabhain Bhana, Bean Phaidin, Nead na Lachan
Hajime Takahashi - The Mountains of Pomeroy
Geoff McArthur - Free Trade Hill
Liam Thomas Bailey - Two Bird Stone
Jody Moran - The Road to Lisdoonvarna and The Gatehouse Maid
Mairtin Staunton - Trippin Up The Stairs and another jig
Caoimhin O'Raighallaigh - The Lonesome Jig ('or an echo of it, anyway')
Una Monaghan - An Dearcadh (from the album 'For')
Michael Walsh - The Visitor (from the album 'Quarehawk')
Rob Zielinski - Black Mare of Fannett / The Yellow Heifer
Ewen Baker - Sheehan's Reel
Mary McEvilly - Old Joe's Jig, Maid on the Green and Sweet Biddy Daly
Kevin Crawford - Hula Hoop / Mary Bergin's Gan Ainm
A huge thank you, as always, to these musicians who shared their music and their stories with us.
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