Battle of the bands

I have it. Here’s the idea. How about a battle of the bands. Location: Phoenix park.

Hell, we have a three mile straight run there and sort of the city centre and only the President and the American Ambassador to bother who will probably get more gardai presence then herself. Oh, the animals in the zoo, they will need protection.

The Love Ulster parade want’s to go ahead and so they should but let them march to the President’s Aris (umm, residence of course) – but not be alone marching.

We could have the Orangemen in full regalia, the Garda band, the Army No.1 band, An IRA fife and drum band (but a chill right through ya) the Artane Boys band, the Hari Krishna’s complete with temple, the Tallagh band, the Tulla ceili band (that might raise an intelligent eyebrow or two in the US embassy), The Salvation Army Band, Big bands, little bands, a rubber bands, marriage bands, any American band that wants to turn up with cheerleaders, Dixieland Bands, Showbands>Joe Dolan, Big Tom and the Mainliners (don’t mention the Miami showband?), U2, Boybands galore supplied by Louie Walsh, the French Foreign Legion band (great in one year’s in the Paddy’s parade), the boys of the NYPD complete with wooly berets (tradition, it’s all about tradition) playing any damn tune they want, ’cause they’re great….anymore band suggesting?

They should all march down the park. Play a few tunes in front of the Pope’s cross. That should get the Lambeg drums going and sure everyone will have a great day. Oh, and the Garda headquarters are right there to keep an eye on everything too.

And the Catholic church can give awards to the ones best at the rhythm method. And for the rest of us, we can enjoy a quite day down town.

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