Episode 58: Kevin Crawford Interview (Flute, whistle)


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By Darren O'Mahony, Dominic Black, Darren O'Mahony, and Dominic Black. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Taking on the old tunes. Records on the wall. The art and laughter of Michael Grinter. The Teetotallers, that Gort Tape and the Irish music scene in 80s Birmingham. Living in America. The birth of Lúnasa. And the rise and rise of TV snooker and Irish music. Gold.

The incredibly talented and generous Kevin Crawford joins us for a mammoth chat down the line from Brooklyn, New York. Honestly the man is as good a storyteller as he is a player. You're in for a treat with this one.

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During the episode Kevin plays:

Old John's / The Longford Tinker
City of Savannah / James Hanley's
Dear Irish Boy / The Hole In The Boat / Sally Sloane’s
Dan Collins / The Caravan
Hula Hoop / Mary Bergin's Gan Ainm

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Right so, that's it for another week. Kevin thank you so much for all your time and effort.

Till next time, good luck.

Darren & Dom


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