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Limerick St Patricks Festival playlist features beloved sing songwriter Emma Langford pictured above.

Listen to Limerick St Patricks Festival playlist, exclusively celebrating Limerick bands and musicians

Limerick St Patricks Festival playlist

Limerick families near and far are invited to tune in and enjoy the playlist ahead of the St. Patrick’s Festival celebrations and show some love to our local talents.

Limerick City and County Council has launched the Limerick St Patricks Festival playlist – a celebration of some of Limerick’s leading musical talents.

The playlist is available on Limerick.ie and showcases an eclectic mix of home-grown local bands, musicians, solo artists and songwriters, all flying the flag for Limerick across the globe.

Limerick St. Patrick’s Festival invited some friends of the festival to share their favourite Limerick artists and tracks to create this unique Limerick playlist for the whole family to enjoy in the lead up to the festival running from 17-20 March.

Contributors include: Conductor Andrew Jordan; Mayor of the City and County of Limerick Cllr. Daniel Butler; Limerick GAA; Lumen Street Theatre’s Martin Shannon; Limerick Museum Curator Matthew Potter; author and presenter Meghann Scully; DJ and podcaster Olivia Chau, and student and podcaster Pádraig O’Callaghan.

Among the featured artists are: Anna’s Anchor; Beoga; Denise Chaila; Emma Langford; Fox Jaw; Hermitage Green; James Hanley; John Steele; Laura Duff; Lost Boys; Paddy Mulcahy; Powpig; Raging Sons; Rusangano Family; The Cranberries and The Hitchers.

The playlist plays homage to a host of local musicians from Limerick’s vibrant and diverse music scene, whose creative talents helped keep people’s spirits high throughout COVID enforced lockdowns.

It is hoped the compilation will help shine a light on some of Limerick’s celebrated bands and musicians after what has been a very difficult two years in the entertainment industry.

The playlist is a celebration of the diversity of musical genres in Limerick, featuring a mix of styles from Irish folk to Indie-rock, dark-pop to hip-hop.

Limerick families near and far are invited to tune in and enjoy the playlist ahead of the St. Patrick’s Festival celebrations and show some love to our local talents.

Members of the public will shortly be invited to nominate their favourite Limerick bands and tracks via Limerick St. Patrick’s Festival Instagram and the most popular selection will be added to the final playlist.

The Limerick St Patricks Festival playlist is the first in a new ‘Sounds of Limerick’ series launched by the Council.

A special Digital Guide has been created outlining the events taking place in the Limerick St Patrick’s Festival. It is available on Limerick.ie.

 

To listen to the playlist go HERE

For frequent updates go HERE 

For more St Patricks Day stories go HERE 

Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the ilovelimerick.com concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.

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