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 Were back in the Studio. This time in Westchester,NY   
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 We just got back from Miami where we recorded 12 songs in Dungeon Studios. We're very excited about these songs, we're looking forward to getting them on the websites and performing them live. 
    







 Someday Radio had a triuphant return to Dubliner Boca Raton,Fl on December 15th
It was a night to be at the Dubliner with a friend. This was one of the greatest shows. " This is why we love coming back to Dubliner, the people truely show there love for live music!" Mike Dwyer Guitarist/Singer of Someday Radio.



"Someday Radio was playing strait in to the hearts of the crowd saturday night. These guys really enjoy giving to people who come to see there show. It easy to see the love they have for the music and the live show. Bassist/ Singer Tom Dwyer is one of the most animated Bassists, at times standing on the Bass drum and leaping back to the stage. People were dancing smiling and shouting, what a night and a great place. Thanks Slainte"
Wayne Humphreys


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St. Paddy's celebration at the Dubliner

> Posted by Lori Berman at 8:06 PM
How can you not love an Irish pub that advertises itself with Oscar Wilde's quotation, "I can resist everything except temptation?" Or that has emblazoned Wilde's famous quote "nothing succeeds like excess" into its pub logo?

The Dubliner in Mizner Park has been open for only a year but is clearly the most happening Irish pub in town. The pub is open daily from 4 p.m. until 1:30 a.m. and is an ongoing party. There's live music, traditional Irish fare, including corned beef, shepherd's pie and fish and chips, and some not so traditional food including mcmac and cheese, irish sliders and schroom durgers. As befits an Irish pub, there are beers on tap, 70 varieties of bottled beer, wine and mixed drinks.

In honor of St. Paddy's day, the Dubliner has a full weekend celebration. On Friday and Saturday nights starting at 10 p.m. there will be live music by 5th Gear and Diesel, respectively. On Sunday Michael Patrick and the Uproot Hootenany will perform live at 7 p.m. On Monday, St. Paddy's day, there is something for everyone. Starting at noon there will be corned beef and irish banger stations. Walter Rooney will perform Irish folk music, bagpipers will play and in the evening, rock band Someday Radio will do a tribute to U2!

Everyone gets a chance to be Irish on St. Patrick's Day and the Dubliner is a great place to be part of the celebration. Slainte!