Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 03/18/2018: St. Patrick’s Day Hangover Edition

This week’s edition of the Meltdown on XTFM was the post-Saint Patrick’s Day show. We led off with a set of classic Irish tunes, as well as a few Irish toasts provided by our own Megan, from Generations. Shots may or may not have been consumed on-air.

Of course, we had lots of requests, new music, and the Cover Comparison. Join me next Sunday at 7:00 PM East, provided I’m not snowed in somewhere while trying to get back from the East Coast.

Playlist

  • Thin Lizzy, Whiskey in the Jar
  • Dubliners, Seven Drunken Nights
  • Blaggards, Drunken Sailor
  • Blaggards, Big Strong Man [Yakety Sax]
  • Great Big Sea, The Night Pat Murphy Died
  • Seamus Kennedy, Finnegan’s Wake
  • Seamus Kennedy, The Moonshiner
  • Da Vinci’s Notebook, Another Irish Drinking Song [Request]
  • Dropkick Murphys, Black Velvet Band [Request]
  • Shinedown, Simple Man [Request]
  • Glee Cast, America (Glee Cast Version) [Request]
  • Train, Play That Song [Request]
  • Train, Calling All Angels
  • Stone Temple Pilots, Interstate Love Song [Request]
  • Mother Love Bone, Chloe Dancer/Crown of Thorns [Request]
  • BLACKstreet, No Diggity (feat. Dr Dre) [Request]
  • Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Turn The Page [Cover Comparison; Original]
  • Metallica, Turn the Page [Cover Comparison; Cover]
  • Luke Bryan, Drink a Beer [Request]
  • Nine Inch Nails, Hurt [Request]
  • Hozier, Take Me To Church [Request]
  • Shinedown, DEVIL
  • Black Stone Cherry, Bad Habit
  • Theory of a Deadman, Straight Jacket
  • Sons Of Apollo, Coming Home
  • Stone Temple Pilots, Meadow
  • Stone Temple Pilots, The Art Of Letting Go
  • Adam Sandler, Ode To My Car
  • Stephen Lynch, Down to the Old Pub Instead
  • Englebert Humperdink, Love is a Many Splendid Thing
  • englebert humperdink, after the loving
  • Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley, Let’s Hear It For The Workin’ Man
  • Kelsea Ballerini, I Hate Love Songs
  • Old Dominion, Stars in the City
  • Blake Shelton, I Lived It
  • Faren Rachels, Nowhere Tonight
  • Gretchen Wilson, You Don’t Have To Go Home
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