Watch tonight’s show LIVE online (plus some great past performers on YouTube!)

Alas, tonight’s show is completely sold out, but there is still a chance to see the show. By tuning in to our live webcast at Ustream, you will be able to catch the show in all its unedited glory. The broadcast kicks off at 3.30pm EST / 8.30pm GMT.

If you wish to watch some past performances in all their edited glory, please take a peek below at the most recent updates of performances to our brownbread mixtape YouTube channel. Some really superb performers that are worth a few minutes of your time.

Ok folks, see you all later, virtually or otherwise!

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Canción sin rima – Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies

Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies perform a delightful song in Spanish entitled “Cancion sin rima” (which translates as Song without rhyme). Tis catchy and quirky. Never before has a kazoo been so effectivelyly used!
[Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies official website]

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High John – Raven

The poet Raven tells the tale of the notorious trickster and African-American folklore figure High John in this captivating poem. A spellbinding performance that had the audience enthralled from start to finish.[Raven on myspace]

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Dirty Hands – Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies

Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies sing their lush tune “Dirty Hands” layered with gorgeous harmonies and delicate lyrics. Featuring Christophe Capewell on violin and Sweeney Lee on backing vocals. Truly stunning musicians and performers. Do not miss them when they return to Ireland on tour in June!
[Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies official website]

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