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Prison Love

It will come as no real surprise that this oddly named Irish bluegrass, gospel, Cajun, and other assorted “aged timey” group Jail Like would also undertake humorous monikers at the average person level. Hailing from Dublin, Jail Love’s lineup — Hurricane Barry (vocals, triangle), Un Nino (mandolin, banjo), Will N. Dowd (acoustic guitar, banjo), Dancin’ Pete (accordion), Reverend Ex lover Kon (bass fiddle), and Beau Breaker (fiddle) — released their 1st recording, This Corn ROCKS !, in 2005. The music group was also known for any high-octane show, having a specialized ability that received praise from followers and critics as well. In 2007, the music group returned to shop shelves using its follow-up record, A Evening in the Container. Just like the group’s debut, the record premiered on Claddagh Information. The record was marketed through the most common channels, with Jail Love playing more information on seasonal and suitable genre-based festivals.

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