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Thursday, June 26 • 4:00pm - 5:45pm
The Auld Locals

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The Auld Locals are one of Boston's most popular Irish folk bands, also playing festivals all over New England and touring Ireland. Now they are brining their music, with it's wisdom gleaned from the Irish struggle for freedom, to the liberty movement. After all, folk music is the music of the people! 

With lead singer Cormac Marnell on tin whistle and banjo and Brian Mooney on guitar, watch The Auld Locals show how history is always relevant. They will spin tales and play songs about the police state, unemployment, the money manipulators, rebels, sacrifices for freedom, the innate yearning for sovereignty, and much more. 

There's also some good tunes in there about love and life and ... drinking! So feel free to do as the Irish do and dance, sing and clap along! Enjoyment is mandatory and unavoidable!


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Thursday June 26, 2014 4:00pm - 5:45pm
Porcupine Pavilion

Attendees (12)