Thursday, December 13, 2012

City Slang: Bill Grogan’s Goat to record Celtic rock tribute

Posted By on Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 8:48 AM

Local Celtic rockers Bill Grogan’s Goat will record a track for Horslips – A Celtic Rock Tribute, an album being organized by the Shite n’ Onions website.

They say, “Other bands featured on the tribute album include The Mahones, Mark Cunningham, The Gobshites w/Marky Ramone, The Radiators, The Indulgers, Larkin Brigade, Dun Ringles, Black 47, The Langers Ball and Boiled in Lead, among others.”

“All participants will be recording favorite Horslips tracks using their own unique spin on the classic originals, and Bill Grogan's Goat is no exception. Our track on the album will be "Dearg Doom".”

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