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PODAROONEY The Joe Rooney Podcast

Episode 110 – Shazia Mirza

On the latest PODAROONEY, Joe chats to Shazia Mirza. Shazia was born in Birmingham, England—the eldest daughter of Muslim parents who moved from Pakistan to Birmingham in the 1960s. About a year into her comedy career, after the September…

Episode 109 – Mike Farragher

Mike Farragher has been a well-known columnist in the Irish American community for the last two decades, covering the Irish and Irish American music scenes for the New York based Irish Voice and Irishcentral.com. He’s written a series of…

Episode 108 – Brian Byrne

On this week's PODAROONEY, Joe talks to Brian Byrne. Brian Byrne is a composer, conductor, songwriter, arranger and pianist living in Los Angeles. He is a Golden Globe nominated composer who has won two World Soundtrack Awards and a…

Episode 107 – Allie O’Rourke

Allie O’Rourke has performed nationwide, peddling her brand of Girl Dick Energy, gracing stages such as Whelans and The Comedy Cellar. She is cofounder and 1/4 of The Petty And Heartbroken Comedy Tour, Producer and 1/3 of The Post…

Episode 106 – THUMPER

THUMPER are a noise-pop sextet from Dublin, delivering bubblegum psych through a wall of sonic death. With a reputation for raucous and frenzied live shows, and penchant for howling feedback and pounding rhythm, each show is an exercise in…

Episode 103 | Sue Collins

Sue Collins; former founding member of The Nualas and now one half of comedy duo Dirt Birds, along with Sinead Culbert, joins Joe Rooney for the latest episode of PODAROONEY. Dirt Birds have been writing together for many years but only…

Episode 101 | Vulpynes

On this week's PODARRONEY Joe chats to Vulpynes; a two piece punk rock band from Dublin comprising of Kaz on drums and Maeve Molly on guitar and vocals. In spite of the lack of a bass player the band have a weighty sound which is generated…