Views:173360301|Rating:4.89|View Time:3:45Minutes|Likes:1308846|Dislikes:28397 Here’s To Never Growing Up Buy the album here: Follow Avril: (c) 2013 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
Views:867|Rating:5.00|View Time:4:17Minutes|Likes:32|Dislikes:0 The celtic song and tune “Here’s to You” at the Odin’s Krieger Festival from our Brazil Tour in São Paulo, Brazil at Tropical Butantã.
Here’s to you is a song from The Oysterband and they combined the song with traditional Irish dance and session tunes
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LYRICS HERE’S TO YOU
Washed up in Coketown, down and halfway dead
Holes in my pockets, holes in my head
I was walking on the water, I was staring at the blue
Walking down the street and I started falling through
So here’s to you, whoever you may be
You that held me up when I was sinking in the sea
If you were in Kiltartan and me in Katmandu
I still would not forget you, and I’d do the same for you
Half a million strangers without a hand to lend
Anyone I talked to was my oldest friend
A barman or a policeman, a lamppost or a dog
I heard the Virgin Mary singing in the fog
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The musicians of Rapalje with their wild hair and medieval kilts create a flaming energy with their enthusiasm and motivation. With sensitive ballads, fiery songs and vivacious Celtic melodies Rapalje electrifies their audience. A concert of Rapalje is like a journey through time with recognizable licentiousness and a rough way of life.
Here’s to You at Odin’s Krieger Fest, Brazil – Rapalje Celtic Folk Music
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Very obscure R&B driven Northern Soul – with a bluesy Deep Soul flipside.
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Mike Tomaro and the Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra will present Celebrating the Great American Songbook: Then and Now on Thursday, Nov. 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Duquesne University Power Center Ballroom. The concert marks the third annual fundraiser concert to benefit the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PCAN). Tomaro established the fundraiser in honor of his late wife Nancy, who lost her battle with pancreatic cancer in 2010. Featured vocalists include: