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Top Irish Bands touring Spain incl Santiago

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Anyone into Irish bands will be spoiled for choice this May:
Top bands touring Spain include The Dubliners, Van Morrison, The Cranberries’ Dolores, Paddy Keenan

19-May - Van Morrision Sala Multiusos Santiago de Compostela
25-May -The Dubliners, Aranda de Duergo
23-May - The Dubliners, Bilbao
24-May - The Dubliners, Miranda de Ebro, Centro Cultural Caja de Burgos
29-May - The Cranberries - Dolores on Tour, Razzmatazz Barcelona
31-May - Paddy Keenan, Campus de Vegazane, Leon
 
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Darn! Pity I'll be missing those concerts. I luv Galician bagpipe music and would like to get to know Irish bagpipe music, among other things to understand/SEE the diff between the 2, live. Someday...xm 8)
 
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Hey xm, If you make it to to Dublin,let me know..know a great place for irish traditional music

DEAL, pabloneil! A fantasy: walk a portion of the Irish Road that pilgrims walked way back when, cross the seas aboard a ship that sails between (I forgot the Irish port) and La Coruña, reaching Santiago via the Camino Ingles. BTW: I know Galego bagpipe music, but am totally ignorant of its Irish counterpart. Is there a CD recording u'd recommend that would give me an "intro" to Irish bagpipe music. And also, how's the sound/melody, etc., diff between the two? Best, xm 8)
 
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