St. Patricks Day

Funny St. Patrick’s Day Song [VIDEO]
Top 'o the Mornin' to ya!  Happy St. Patrick's Day! Erin Go Bragh! This celebration started as a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland.
Somewhere along the way, it became a day of wear…
Cook Up a Traditional Irish Dish for St. Paddy’s Day
St. Patrick's Day is Tuesday and for 24 hours, everyone is Irish. To fully celebrate your 24 hours of being Irish, why not enjoy a great, traditional Irish potato dish called Colcannon? If you like mashed potatoes, your more than on your way to being a fan of Colcannon.
Colcannon is one of the most p…
Gary Shannon’s St. Patrick’s Day [VIDEO]
I do love St. Patrick's Day and this year, I got to sit in with an excellent Celtic band called Farouche.
Here is 60 seconds of us doing a song they had just taught me. It's called 'The Drowsy Pitchfork.' I have no idea what that means, but doesn't Mike Barney play a mean set…
Dog Herds Men to The Pub [VIDEO]
When you work with Gary Shannon you quickly realize that his name should be Gary O'Shannon. You also realize that his favorite hang out is the pub and that you will never get him to work on St. Patrick's Day. He can't find his way to work but can somehow find his way back to the pub. …
St. Patrick’s Day Primer and Irish Words to Know
St. Patrick's Day is coming up on the 17th, and before you turn Irish for a day, I thought I'd give you a bit of background on St. Patrick's Day PLUS, as an added bonus, teach you a few Irish as well.
Let's get started with a few facts about himself (an Irish phrase)
How I Spent My St. Patrick’s Day [VIDEO]
It was a great St. Patrick's Day weekend. I really enjoyed it a lot especially since I got to sit in with an amazing Celtic band called Farouche ( it means "wild").
Farouche let me sit in on several numbers and we did a rather shaky video of a song called "Rambling Pit…
What Would You Wear Under a Kilt? [POLL]
Gary Shannon should be named Gary O'Shannon. He is the most Irish person on our staff. We do not want to know what he wears under his kilt! We do want to know what you would wear under yours.

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