Are all traditional tunes created equally? And if they aren’t, what happens to the, um, lesser tunes? Do they end up like lost dryer socks? Chicago-based accordion player Jimmy Keane reflects on the room of bad tunes, and shares one of his loveliest compositions in this month’s off season installment.
Thank you to everybody for listening. And a special thank you to this month’s underwriters: John Ploch, Finn Agenbroad, David Vaughan, Brian Benscoter, Joe Garrett, Gerry Corr
Episode 38 – Tune Tale with Jimmy Keane: Accordion player Jimmy Keane talks missing socks and enduring tunes
This Irish Music Stories episode aired Feb 11, 2020
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