Pat Kane | Between the Plough and the Stars

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Between the Plough and the Stars

by Pat Kane

A combination of original and traditonal songs and tunes, in the Irish and Old Time traditions.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Follow Me to the Ceili
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2. Cross Country Jig
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3. Aisling
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4. The Bullgine Run
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5. The Dark Eyed Sailor
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6. The Wild Colonial Boy
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7. Between the Plough and the Stars
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8. Follow Me Up to Carlow
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9. Star of Munster
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10. The Foggy Dew
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11. So Simple
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12. Job's Corners
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Pat Kane is a regional artist, known as "the Balladeer of the Southern Tier." Raised in a large farm family in rural New York State, where so many Irish have settled, his music is based on his rural and Irish heritage. In recent years, he has collected a group of "native Irish" musicians (that is, native to his region) in a band known as "West o'Clare." In recent years, he has become increasingly active with schools as an artist in residence. Although he has connections across the US and the Atlantic, he spends most of his time within a few hours of his home, in a busy full time music career. His original songs reflect his life as a farmer, but also as a regional bard. A real collector's find.


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