I am now on PodSafe (http://music.podshow.com/ ; my page is here). Music plays via podcasting looks like a viable option for independent artists….RIAA doesn’t want their mainstream music on podcasting since there is no money in it and hard to track. That seems to make it a perfect match for someone like me who is not making any money and I don’t care to track anything. —————————————–
Here is one snapshot of what I love about living in Seattle.
Jon Dyer also provided some info on traditional tunes for St. Patrick’s Day: Whether you’re a Dyer, a Mulligan, a Shea, or a Hobin, a Murphy, McDonough, a Caffrey, or Connell, here’s a playlist of some of the traditional Irish songs that I grew up with to get you primed for your yearly excursion into everything green.
For the rest of you, fear not. Most of the American Irish have as much of a connection to the motherland as you do, so grab your shamrocks and join us in the parlor.
Don’t forget, St. Patrick’s day is on Monday, March 17th. Don’t you feel greener already? Be sure to kiss an Irishman and call all your local pub’s and tell them to be sure to play my “Irish Rockerwoman”.
This was a spur of the moment song….I wanted to do something Irish in March and the idea of electrifying Irish Washerwoman came into my mind. I hadn’t heard anybody else playing anything like what I was imagining. Now thanks to me, you now have to put up with Irish Rockerwoman. You can also find this on me wee little downloads page.