Fresh and local: Kailyarders

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      St. Patrick’s Day might be a month away, but it’s never too early to start celebrating.

      Carrying on a lineage that starts in olden times with the Irish Rovers and continues right through to Spirit of the West and the Town Pants, the Kailyarders bleed shamrock-shake green on The Black Well. Things start out with the straight-from-the-sea “A Mile Straight Down” and then light out for rolling green pastures with standouts like “Highland Lover’s Song” and “Where the Wildflowers Grow”. Tin whistle, accordion, mandolin, banjo, and acoustic guitars will leave you wishing you were sitting in Galway’s Tigh Neachtain Pub instead of the Railway.