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Limerick Music Throughout the Decades

Limerick Music Throughout the Decades
This wonderfully presented book was three years in the research and planning and editing stages by Paddy Brennan of Limerick Rock n Roll Club.

The book is 556 pages of Limerick music memorabilia and rare photographs from 1800 to 2018 featuring over 1400 photos in colour and black and white. The book has an extensive section on The Cranberries. There are articles and photographs on Classical and Opera from the 1800’s. There is a generous amount of coverage from the era of the Showbands, and ceili bands that performed in dance halls all over County Limerick.

Expect to read about the recording studios, the venues and the era when pirate radio stations ruled the airwaves in Limerick in the 1980’s.
Our Price: €35.00
ISBN/EAN9786100001031
Stock: 11
Publisher: Limerick Rock and Roll Club
Author: BRENNAN, PADDY
Format: Paperback
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