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From Donegal to DC: Irish Music in America

Host Chris Teskey explores the rich tradition of the Irish music scene in our Nation's Capital. The discussion ranges from historic venues like The Dubliner and Kelley's Irish Times, to the various instruments employed by these traditional artists. Featuring interviews and in-studio performances from Skylark, Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill, Toss the Feathers, and Lilt.


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