Radie Peat | The Alison Spittle Show #35

The Alison Spittle Show – Episode 35 – Radie Peat

In Episode 35 – recorded live at The Vodafone Comedy Festival at Iveagh Gardens, Alison meets Lankum’s Radie Peat. They talk first gigs, Napoleon Bonaparte’s frequent appearance in folk music and Radie’s desire to make Trad music sound more like Kraut-Rock.

Radie Peat is a singer and musician with the band Lankum, formerly known as Lynched. Find her upcoming gigs by following her on Twitter (@Raydeepeet) or visiting lankumdublin.com.

Alison Spittle does stand-up comedy all the time because there’s no money in it. She really likes a good carvery. You can find her upcoming gigs on alisonspittle.com or her Twitter.

Come see The Alison Spittle Show live at the inaugural Dublin Quays Festival on Sunday August 20th at the Workman’s Club. Tickets are free. More details here.

We are delighted to announce that The Alison Spittle Show is coming to the first-ever Dublin Podcast Festival on Wednesday September 27th at the Tivoli Theatre. More information about the festival here or click here to buy tickets for The Alison Spittle Show on a double-bill with Juvenalia.

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Catch you next time.

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Theme tune by No Monster Club. Their new album, “I Feel Magic” is out now.

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