Kiss me I'm Irish March 17th St Patrick's Day Worldwide

Kiss me I'm Irish March 17th St Patrick's Day Worldwide

Ukulele is popular in Ireland.
Enjoy this video from the Dublin Ukulele Group, Ukulele Tuesday, covering Psycho Killer by The Talking Heads. It Rocks, and they do a 'Killer' version.

Ukulele Tuesday is a ukulele based group jamming session that takes place upstairs in The Stag's Head (Dublin), every Tuesday. 

Kiss me I'm Irish.
Like most people of Irish descent, I'm still pleased as punch to celebrate my Irish roots.  Great Grandpa James Carr (DOB 1864)  packed up the Carr Family from Moyad, Kilcoo Parish, County Down, Northern Ireland in 1893 for Cumberland in the UK. And my branch or the Carr family left the UK for Australia in 1967.

Why is St. Patrick's day celebrated on March 17th?
St. Patrick died on the 17th of March in around 460 AD, The recognition of this date as an official Christian Feast Day in Ireland happened in the 17th century, and since then, the day has grown in importance and is often regarded as the most celebrated of national days across the world.

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