This week’s first sup is McAlpine’s Fusiliers, a telling of the hardships of working as a Navvy building Britain’s big engineering projects and the second sup has the lonesome nostalgia of Spancill Hill, missing home from across the ocean.
Each month Enda Reilly will sing a new version of an Irish folk song live which will be available as an audio podcast. They’ll be mainly new versions of popular celtic songs, ballads or Irish pub songs plus some of Enda’s originals in the folk style. The show will dig deeper into the history of the song and the high quality audio of the songs from each episode will be available from www.themusicalpint.com Sláinte Mhaith!
Enda Reilly is a folk singer, songwriter and guitarist from Dublin, Ireland, who can be compared to the likes of Christy Moore, John Martyn, Paul Brady and Dick Gaughan. Firmly rooted in the Irish tradition with songs that strive for a better future, Enda Reilly’s work invites you to see the world from his varied and unique perspective through each new song and project. www.endareilly.com