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- #MCIF2018 - MUSIC FESTIVAL ARTIST PROFILE: Performing March 17th on our Riverfront Park Nashville Stage, COLM KIRWAN (@ColmKirwanOfficial) will once again bring his unique and powerful blend of Country music, Irish songs and original works to Music City Irish Fest! No stranger to Nashville, Colm will not only charm the audience on the Cumberland River, but he will leave them only wanting more! For more information, check out his website: www.ColmKirwanMusic.com πŸ’š Here's a link to the official video for one of his songs, "The Lumber Song." https://youtu.be/HrfNl9Wpg2E For additional info and ongoing updates on MCIF2018, please click here: www.musiccityirishfest.com. (*Please share!) #musicfestival #musiccityirishfest #irish #Ireland #irishmusicmagazine #irishmusic #irishdance #festival #irishfest #riverfrontpark #performer #band #irishband #trad #celtic #nextgenerationleahy #omagh #NorthernIreland #nashville #Tennessee #madeintn
- #MCIF2018 - MUSIC FESTIVAL ARTIST PROFILE: Performing March 17th on our Riverfront Park Nashville Stage, COLM KIRWAN @ColmKirwanOfficial ) will once again bring his unique and powerful blend of Country music, Irish songs and original works to Music City Irish Fest! No stranger to Nashville, Colm will not only charm the audience on the Cumberland River, but he will leave them only wanting more! For more information, check out his website: www.ColmKirwanMusic.com πŸ’š Here& #39;s a link to the official video for one of his songs, "The Lumber Song." https://youtu.be/HrfNl9Wpg2E For additional info and ongoing updates on MCIF2018, please click here: www.musiccityirishfest.com. (*Please share!) #musicfestival #musiccityirishfest #irish #Ireland #irishmusicmagazine #irishmusic #irishdance #festival #irishfest #riverfrontpark #performer #band #irishband #trad #celtic #nextgenerationleahy #omagh #NorthernIreland #nashville #Tennessee #madeintn
- #MCIF2018 - MUSIC FESTIVAL ARTIST PROFILE: Performing March 17th on our Riverfront Park Nashville Stage, COLM KIRWAN (@ColmKirwanOfficial) will once again bring his unique and powerful blend of Country music, Irish songs and original works to Music City Irish Fest! No stranger to Nashville, Colm will not only charm the audience on the Cumberland River, but he will leave them only wanting more! For more information, check out his website: www.ColmKirwanMusic.com πŸ’š Here's a link to the official video for one of his songs, "The Lumber Song." https://youtu.be/HrfNl9Wpg2E For additional info and ongoing updates on MCIF2018, please click here: www.musiccityirishfest.com. (*Please share!) #musicfestival #musiccityirishfest #irish #Ireland #irishmusicmagazine #irishmusic #irishdance #festival #irishfest #riverfrontpark #performer #band #irishband #trad #celtic #nextgenerationleahy #omagh #NorthernIreland #nashville #Tennessee #madeintn
- The glass memorial marking the spot of the 1998 'Real IRA' car bomb in Omagh, County Tyrone. Swipe left for the memorial garden located 300 yards away w/ the inscribed description of the event. The final picture is of the courthouse some 400 metres from the bomb site. The courthouse was supposedly the intended target, but the perpetrators apparently couldn't find a parking spot near it. Coded telephone warnings shortly beforehand related to the courthouse. Police thus diverted people away from it & towards the real location of the car bomb further up the street, significantly increasing casualties. Some believe the confusing coded warnings were deliberate in order to increase casualties. The memorial garden features 31 pole mounted mirrors, one representing each of the deceased victims (including unborn twins) that reflects sunlight 300 yards onto the suspended heart inside the glass in the on-site memorial. The garden opened 10 years after the bombing in 2008. Dispute over the tone & content of the wording required mediators. The paragraph attributed to the Omagh Support & Self Help Group was particularly contentious, but the group's wording was retained. The bomb came 4 months after the Good Friday Agreement. It killed Protestants and Catholics on both sides. Over 200 others were injured. It was the worse loss of life from a single event in The Troubles. The bomb achieved the opposite of its intentions, as it actually helped galvanise rather than disrupt the peace process. Both sides condemned unequivocally the action, including Gerry Adams. The Wikipedia page of the Omagh bombing features a poignant tourist shot incidentally featuring the car w/ the bomb shortly before it went off. The photographer was killed. Visiting Omagh what struck me was just how small this town this is, in a very sparsely populated county. Omagh as the county town only has a population of around 20,000 and County Tyrone as a whole only around 175,000. The sense of shock and loss in this very rural community must have been profound. #omagh #cotyrone #countytyrone #memorial #memorialgarden #omaghmemorialgarden #omaghmemorial #ulster #Northernireland #panasoniclx100
- The glass memorial marking the spot of the 1998 & #39;Real IRA& #39; car bomb in Omagh, County Tyrone. Swipe left for the memorial garden located 300 yards away w/ the inscribed description of the event. The final picture is of the courthouse some 400 metres from the bomb site. The courthouse was supposedly the intended target, but the perpetrators apparently couldn& #39;t find a parking spot near it. Coded telephone warnings shortly beforehand related to the courthouse. Police thus diverted people away from it & towards the real location of the car bomb further up the street, significantly increasing casualties. Some believe the confusing coded warnings were deliberate in order to increase casualties. The memorial garden features 31 pole mounted mirrors, one representing each of the deceased victims (including unborn twins) that reflects sunlight 300 yards onto the suspended heart inside the glass in the on-site memorial. The garden opened 10 years after the bombing in 2008. Dispute over the tone & content of the wording required mediators. The paragraph attributed to the Omagh Support & Self Help Group was particularly contentious, but the group& #39;s wording was retained. The bomb came 4 months after the Good Friday Agreement. It killed Protestants and Catholics on both sides. Over 200 others were injured. It was the worse loss of life from a single event in The Troubles. The bomb achieved the opposite of its intentions, as it actually helped galvanise rather than disrupt the peace process. Both sides condemned unequivocally the action, including Gerry Adams. The Wikipedia page of the Omagh bombing features a poignant tourist shot incidentally featuring the car w/ the bomb shortly before it went off. The photographer was killed. Visiting Omagh what struck me was just how small this town this is, in a very sparsely populated county. Omagh as the county town only has a population of around 20,000 and County Tyrone as a whole only around 175,000. The sense of shock and loss in this very rural community must have been profound. #omagh #cotyrone #countytyrone #memorial #memorialgarden #omaghmemorialgarden #omaghmemorial #ulster #Northernireland #panasoniclx100
- The glass memorial marking the spot of the 1998 'Real IRA' car bomb in Omagh, County Tyrone. Swipe left for the memorial garden located 300 yards away w/ the inscribed description of the event. The final picture is of the courthouse some 400 metres from the bomb site. The courthouse was supposedly the intended target, but the perpetrators apparently couldn't find a parking spot near it. Coded telephone warnings shortly beforehand related to the courthouse. Police thus diverted people away from it & towards the real location of the car bomb further up the street, significantly increasing casualties. Some believe the confusing coded warnings were deliberate in order to increase casualties. The memorial garden features 31 pole mounted mirrors, one representing each of the deceased victims (including unborn twins) that reflects sunlight 300 yards onto the suspended heart inside the glass in the on-site memorial. The garden opened 10 years after the bombing in 2008. Dispute over the tone & content of the wording required mediators. The paragraph attributed to the Omagh Support & Self Help Group was particularly contentious, but the group's wording was retained. The bomb came 4 months after the Good Friday Agreement. It killed Protestants and Catholics on both sides. Over 200 others were injured. It was the worse loss of life from a single event in The Troubles. The bomb achieved the opposite of its intentions, as it actually helped galvanise rather than disrupt the peace process. Both sides condemned unequivocally the action, including Gerry Adams. The Wikipedia page of the Omagh bombing features a poignant tourist shot incidentally featuring the car w/ the bomb shortly before it went off. The photographer was killed. Visiting Omagh what struck me was just how small this town this is, in a very sparsely populated county. Omagh as the county town only has a population of around 20,000 and County Tyrone as a whole only around 175,000. The sense of shock and loss in this very rural community must have been profound. #omagh #cotyrone #countytyrone #memorial #memorialgarden #omaghmemorialgarden #omaghmemorial #ulster #Northernireland #panasoniclx100

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