The Omadhauns were father, son, and friends performing Irish tunes while they still could.
They recorded two albums:
"Airs Apparent" and "More Airs, Apparently".
There once were two men, twins, who had grown up playing traditional American and Irish music together. Several years ago, one of them passed away, and the remaining one realized they had never recorded anything together. He had no record of the music they had made. He decided he did not want that to happen with his son, who also had grown into a musician. So they recruited a guitar-playing friend, and the result are these tunes.
Enjoy. They are proof of the good times we've had.
We did. Now we just play dead, like my dog.
Chieftains. Old Blind Dogs. Battlefield Band
Garage sale accordion: $20
Pawn shop fiddle: $70
Factory second guitar: $99
Souvenir bodhran: 65
Recorded legacy which our children may someday appreciate: Priceless.