Paddy’s Days Podcast

Black 47 – Green Suede Shoes

Neck – Every Day’s St Patrick’s Day

BibleCodeSundays – Drinking All Day

Alternative Ulster – Pog Mo Thoin

The Mahones – The Wild Rover

Finnegan Hell – Shane MacGowans Grave

The Rumjacks – An Irish Pub song

The Peelers – Going Down Swingin’

Craic – Rocky Road To Dublin

Horslips – Dearg Doom

The Tossers – St Patrick’s Day

Narrowbacks – Muirsheen Durkin

Kilkenny Knights – Dance!

Ferocious Dog – Johnny I Hardly Knew Ya

Blood Or Whiskey – Follow Me up to Carlow-Holt’s Way

McDermott’s 2 Hours vs Levellers – Laying The Sligo Maid

Finn’s Fury – Auld Triangle

Bill Grogan’s Goat – Haul Away Joe

The Gobshites – Beer Beer Beer

Hit The Bottle Boys – Galway Girl

Best of 2018 Podcast

#1 The Peelers: Palace of the Fiend

Going Down Swingin’ (ft. Finny McConnell)

I’m Off to Kill the Devil

#2 Flogging Molly: Life is Good

The Hand Of John L Sullivan

The Guns Of Jericho

#3 Bill Grogan’s Goat: Third Eye

Ye Jacobites By Name

Paddy’s Dead

#4 The Trouble Pilgrims: Dark Shadows and Rust

Queen of Heartache

The Velvet Tongue

#5 The Tossers: Smash The Windows

Erin Go Bragh

The Foggy Dew

The Kilmaine Saints: Whiskey Blues and Faded Tattoos

Long Shot Nag

Black Anemone: In It For Life

Freedom and for all

Craic: Sounds of Vandemark


Jamie Clarke’s Perfect: Hell Hath No Fury

Back From Hell

The Templars of Doom: Bring Me the Head of John the Baptist

The Oliver Cromwell Twist

The Best Horslips Tribute released in 2017

Sword of Light


Shite’n’Onions Podcast #107

01 Hit The Bottle Boys – Bottle of Smoke

02 The Tossers – Katie At The Races

03 Kilmaine Saints – Long Shot Nag

04 Fiddler’s Green – Sporting Day

05 Kilmaine Saints – Ride Like Hell

06 Bill Grogan’s Goat – The Galway Races

07 The Mickey Finn – A Jig For Sporting Paddy

08 The Tossers – Leopardstown Races

09 Shambolics – Riot on Race Day

10 The Mickey Finn – Ride On

11 Jug’o’punch – A Fiver On The Horses

12 The Wild Irish Roses – Galway Races

The Tossers: Smash The Windows

I’d been struggling to say something original about Smash the Windows, the new, just about to be released Tossers album. Having reviewed multiple releases by the Tossers over the last 16+ years and loving every single one,  it’s hard to be original with a review – of course the album is really first class Tossers but that’s a given. Then on the umpteen play of the bands interpretation of  the ballad The Foggy Dew, something struck me and it was Tony Duggan’s Luke Kelly style perfect diction as he sang t – The Tossers are the true inheritors** of The Dubliners throne – they are the tradition, they live the life and are 110% authentic, no fake Irish here. The Tossers are not merely punks playing Irish ballads but like The Pogues and The Dubliners they are the living, breathing real deal and Smash the Windows proves it.

**or at least their bastard American offspring



The Tossers: Smash The Windows

Chicago’s original and best, The Tossers, have a new album, Smash The Windows, slated for release on March 3rd. Shite’n’Onions has just had a sneak peek and it’s classic Tossers. In the mean time check out the single, Erin Go Bragh.

Review to follow shortly……honest




Shite’n’Onions – Podcast #102 a tribute to Horslips

Podcast 102 features three tracks from our recently released tribute to Celtic-rock originators Horslips.

Band – Track – Album

The Tossers – Erin Go Bragh – Smash The Windows
Bill Grogan’s Goat – Dearg Doom – The Poxmen of The Horslypse / Horslips Tribute
Ferocious Dog – Gallows Justice – From Within
The Mahones – Down the Boozer – The Very Best (25 Years of Irish Punk)
Sharks Come Crusin – Three Score and Ten – Kettle Jane
BibleCodeSundays – Pittsburgh Kid – New Hazardous Design
The Gobshites w/Richie Ramone – The Man Who Built America – The Poxmen of The Horslypse / Horslips Tribute
The Larkin Brigade – New York Wakes – The Poxmen of The Horslypse / Horslips Tribute
Handsome Young Strangers – Poor Ned – Battle of Broken Hill
Cranky George – Tunnel of Love – Fat Lot of Good
Nick Burbridge – Song of a Seafarer – Resolved

The Poxmen of The Horslypse a tribute to Horslips is available here:

The Tossers: 1/2 Way to St. Patrick’s Day Tour

The Tossers have just announced dates for their Half-Way to St. Patrick’s Day Tour. Support is from Aussie band The Ramshackle Army.



Press Release: THE TOSSERS announce WEST COAST tour



West Coast fans of Irish-based punk rock are in for a treat. Chicago’s very own THE TOSSERS are setting their sights for California this October, headlining with special guests CONTINENTAL. With shows across the Sunshine State, THE TOSSERS will also invade Las Vegas before heading to the Pacific Northwest. Showcasing their brand of perfect punk rock fury and Celtic folk, this is a tour that gives you a taste of St. Patrick’s Day well in advance.

Performing tracks from their latest release ‘The Emerald City’ as well as their classic foot-stomping tunes, THE TOSSERS will be starting the party in San Diego on October 9th and wrapping up in Portland on October 22nd. Join the fun as THE TOSSERS celebrate over 20 years as a band and bring a little piece of ‘The Emerald City’ to a city near you.

10/9 – San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
10/10 – Fullerton, CA @ Slidebar
10/11 – Los Angeles, CA @ Whisky A Go Go
10/12 – Corona, CA @ M15
10/14 – Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Hotel
10/15 – San Jose, CA @ Blank Club
10/16 – Santa Cruz, CA @ Blank Club
10/17 – San Francisco, CA @ Parkside
10/18 – Modesto, CA @ Brewhouse
10/19 – Sacramento, CA @ Midtown Barfly
10/21 – Seattle, WA @ El Corzon
10/22 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater


The Tossers: The Emerald City

The Emerald City if you are confused is not the residence of the Wizzard of Ozz but Chicago where they infamously dye the Chicago River green on St. Patrick’s Day though given the infamy of C-town politics you’d be forgive if you are still truly confused.

The Emerald City is the first album from America’s original Celtic-punk band in five years and I’m pleased to report The Tossers have stuck to what they do best – no attempt at cross-over stadium rock success or progress for the sake of coolness – just straight ahead Celt-punk dealing with love, booze, Irish-Chicago and more booze, and while there is nothing immediate about any of the tracks on the album as with previous Tossers releases with a just a little bit of work The Emerald City will grow on you like a bad skin rash.

In many ways The Tossers are the true successors to the traditions of The Dubliners and The Pogues and The Emerald City continues that tradition.

The Tossers – Emerald City

This is the new video for Emerald City, the new single from The Tossers.  And not a wizard in sight…