Tag Archives: Irish Music

2004 – American Idiot – Green Day

As Mr Zimmerman once pointed out, the times they were a-changing. For the first time, it was James who pointed me in the direction of Green Day. Of course, I’d been aware of the group but had always thought of … Continue reading

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1995 – Mirrorball – Neil Young

There is only so much “Diddley Diddley” music you can stand. The Rogues have never really been a true Irish band, a folk band or a Country-Rock band, having always maintained that we are a punk band in the true … Continue reading

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1994 – Definitely Maybe – Oasis

Playing rowdy Irish music at a time when ‘laddish’ culture suddenly blossomed? We couldn’t go wrong.¬† The residency at The Station was steadily building a pretty solid fan-base; people coming one week then bringing their friends along the following week.¬† … Continue reading

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1993 – Original Dubliners (1966 – 1969)

In a desperate attempt to keep the Holy Rollers going, we decided to try and get another singer. Craig, the drummer, said that his sister had a mate who was a good singer and was looking to join a band. … Continue reading

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