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Event Archive - The McGillicuddys, Pirate On The Inside, Broken Shoes

Fri. March 17th 2017 Logan's Pub (No Minors)
10 doors at 9
$12 at the door only.
Presented by: 737 Productions
737 Productions is proud to present a St. Patrick's Day party on a Friday night this year at everyone's favourite local watering hole. Win, win situation if I do say so myself! And of course this will be headlined by everyone's favourite local Celtic punks, The McGillicuddys who probably need no introduction. They will be playing a set of originals, mixed with some punked up versions of traditional Celtic songs, with a few covers of punk classics such as Cock Sparrer, The Pogues, and The Clash thrown in for good measure! These guys know and love St. Patrick's Day as well as anyone.

Coming down from Nanaimo for everyone's entertainment will be folk punk duo Pirate On The Inside. These guys feature guitar and stand up bass and are influenced by everyone from Old Crow Medicine Show to Propagandhi!

Opening up the evening will be solo folk punker Broken Shoes. This guy has played in several local punk bands such as Blood Nasty and Azotobacter to name a couple. But he has never been held back or restrained by specifically one genre or style.

12 bucks at the door night of show! But it is St. Patrick's Day, on a Friday at Logan's, so DON'T show up late!

737 Productions

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The McGillicuddys (Psycho Ceilidh Punk)

Celtic punk rock’n’roll, with lashings of mandolin, tin whistle and accordion all amped up with power chords that will transport you back to a mythical smoky pub with brawling songs of drink, hard living and hard loving. Album Notes: Under the influence of old school punk rock and traditional Celtic tunes, the McGillicuddys sound like a p... more info

Pirate On The Inside (Political Folk Punk)

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