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Live Music for St. Patty's Day

A lot of bars in the area are offering Irish beers and corned beef and cabbage, but here's a list of St. Patrick's Day parties that offer some live music with an Irish twist.... Mark Croft at Quaker Steak and Lube, 3-7pm. The local singer songwriter is not known for his Irish folk ditties...but I know he has at least one up his sleeve. (See below for a new video from Mark, directed by my old radio pal, John Urban!) O'Darby at the Brink Lounge, 5:30pm. Plenty of Clancy Bros and other Irish drinking songs.  A guitar, fiddle, washboard, accordion band with fine musicians Ken Lonnquist, Pete Burns, Dave Adler and Jon Vriesacker. Irish Open Jam at Brocach Irish Pub, 8pm. Free. Stone Ring, 6pm; The Pints 10pm at the Club Tavern in Middleton. Plus  they'll have corned beef and cabbage, green beads...and the world's largest leprechaun (Moosie). The Pints,7pm;  Whiskey Lash All Stars, 9pm at the High Noon Saloon. Irish pub rock. The Whiskey Lash All Stars feature some members of Madison's very own Kissers! Great Big Sea at the Majestic, 8pm. $27. Celtic tinged rock from Canada! Danu, at the Capitol Theatre at the Overture Center, 7:30pm. Traditional Irish music--actually from Ireland! **New video from Mark Croft "Don't Speak" Mark Croft from John Urban on Vimeo.

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