The London Ear 299 // With Mick Cronin, from the band, Cronin
Hello from the land where, if you’re looking the news / telly, you’d almost believe that that pandemic was over and no longer a threat. But hey, that’s for another blog post.
On today’s episode of The London Ear, I catch up with Mick Cronin, from the band Cronin. They released a new mini album ‘A view from the next room’. We chat about the release, adjusting to the changing world as a musician and a recording studio owner. We also chat about Mick’s Irish identity, having lived between Drumlish, in Longford, and Leeds, what it meant to be Irish at school in Leeds and how Boyzone helped the lads with the ladies.
We also get a ‘hello’ from Mick’s daughter, Tara. From the sounds of things, she’ll be on the show with her own band in no time!
1. Irish Women in Harmony: Dreams
2. Maddox Jones: My House
3. FiCat: All My Love
4. Marquis Drive: Truth Don’t Shock
5. Ailbhe Reddy: Time Difference
6. Zapho + Tolu Makay ft Jenny Browne: Collide
7. Chat with Mick Cronin
8. Cronin: Electrolenza
9. Chat with Mick Cronin
10. Cronin: Several Perceptions (Snipe Mix)
11. Me In The Park: 2nd Opinion
12. Phil Collins: Sussudio
13. Tayne: Gone
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