A Begorrathon Playlist!

 

It’s Saturday night. Are you looking for something to listen to?

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Why not check out our Spotify playlist, put together specifically for Reading Ireland Month featuring the great, the good and the questionable of Irish music. I promise though, no Westlife!

Featuring world wide stars like Van Morrison, Thin Lizzy, U2, Sinead O’Connor, Damien Rice and Glen Hansard through to lesser know bands like The Prayer Boat, Lir and The Strypes, we’ve tried to capture the breadth and diversity of modern Irish music,.

We’ll add to the playlist throughout the month, we may even take some songs away depending on how long we can bear the inclusion of Chris deBurgh…..!

 

 

Happy listening!

x

Ireland Month

Cathy746books View All →

I am a 40 something book buying addict trying to reduce the backlog one book at a time!

2 Comments Leave a comment

  1. It’s the soundtrack to my Sunday morning (thank god I had a couple of Nurofen before I got carried away and headbanged in headphones to My Perfect Cousin!) And it’s reminded me just how bloody good a singer Sinead O’Connor actually is!

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