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As you know, this Sunday is St. Patricks Day.
I hope you’re all enjoying the Song of the Day series on Paddy-Whacked Radio! As we roll on with this project, I want to take a moment to thank all who have contributed to the song of the day.
Concert review for Duke Special’s performance supporting Bell X1 on 7 October, 2012 at The Casbah in Durham, North Carolina. ©2012 By Shawn Fitzmaurice and Paddy-Whacked Radio™.
Belfast-native Duke Special will perform in an exclusive show designed for the Metropolitan Museum of Art on March 24, 2011, at 7pm. The show, presented by Spectrum and conceived specifically for the Met, will debut all-new songs inspired by the Museum’s current exhibition Stieglitz, Steichen, Strand, which features masterpieces of photography from the early 20th century.
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Hi all, Here is my first attempt at bringing you a periodic Paddy-Whacked Radio newsletter which will be distributed via the official mailing list. Will it be weekly?
“…Nothing is destroyed, everything is transformed.
(updated 24 October, 2010 @11:45 am) Posted by Shawn Fitzmaurice Just a reminder that PWRadio will be broadcast and webcast live this Sunday from 4 to 6pm in the Eastern US. That’s 9 to 11 pm in Ireland and the UK.
Posted by Shawn Fitzmaurice For those of you who don’t hang on every Facebook entry or tweet I post, I wanted to recap some of the latest PWRadio news and make sure you all have a chance to check out the free music downloads and videos I have mentioned in the couple of weeks. Logistical PWRadio News: PWRadio will be returning to WQFS on 10 October, 2010.
By Natalie Herman Jenna Nicholls and Brendan O’Shea will soon be broadcast to households all over the United States, as their music has been chosen to feature on the new ABC series, “Boston Med”, which premieres this Thursday, June 24, at 10/9c. Critics are already calling this original, limited, eight-hour series the “best summer fare,” and with top-notch music such as this, I can understand why.