Corrigan Brothers new song- Presidential Seven

Why do Mary Davis posters look like Special K adverts?  Does Gay Mitchell look like Dracula’s young Brother? Why is Michael D sitting quietly? Why does Dana love the Constitution so much? What caused Sean Gallagher’s Fianna Fail Amnesia?  What will Martin McGuinness say to Charles and Camilla when he meets them? And Has Davis […]

Corrigan Brothers – Arthurs Day In Ollie Hayes Bar

Arthur’s Day honours the remarkable legacy of Arthur Guinness, the pioneering brewer and philanthropist and the man who in 1759 created the most famous drink in the World. Ollie Hayes pub is the world’s most famous pub. It can be found in Moneygall Ireland, the Ancestral home of President Obama. The President himself dropped in […]

The Ballad of Shane Long – Willie Dunne and the Corrigan Brothers

Legendary Gorthnahoe musician Willie Dunne joins the Corrigan Brothers to celebrate the sporting achievements of his fellow parishioner Shane Long. Willie who has just returned from a tour of the USA said “ It is an honour to record a song about an outstanding player like Shane, I’m proud that he is a fellow Gorthnahoe […]

There’s No one as Irish as Barack Obama 2012: Corrigan Brothers recording 2012 version of International hit!

With a potential visit to Ireland by President Obama and having already presented a gold disk for sales of “There’s no one as Irish as Barack Obama” to US Ambassador to Ireland Mr Dan Rooney Ireland’s you tube sensations the Corrigan Brothers are currently re-recording “There’s no one as Irish as Barack Obama” (2012).  Lead […]

‘All Ireland Final Day’ new song by Shay Healy and The Corrigan Brothers

Shay Healy has again linked up with Puckane Natives the Corrigan Brothers with “All Ireland Final Day”. Lead singer Ger Corrigan said ” we wanted to produce a song that captured the excitement and occassion of All Ireland Final day and we are delighted with this. We loved working with Shay on this one. The […]

Tipperary Team All Ireland Champions 2010 Homecoming Party Semple Stadium

Thousands of Tipperary fans turned up at Semple Stadium today to welcome home the victorious Tipperary Senior Hurling Team All Ireland champions 2010. Some estimates put the number in attendance at 45,000. Tipperary defeated Kilkenny 4-17 to 1-18 putting an end to Kilkenny’s dream of ‘5 in a row’ Prior to the team’s arrival entertainment […]

Movie. Why the Tipp Tatler is the best advertising in Tipperary

In this our first feature length movie our sad heroine is down in the dumps due to her business being quiet. In this thrilling, edge of the seat drama, our hero informs her how she needs to advertise to get things going again. He explains to her that the Tipp Tatler is the best advertising […]

One of Ireland's first ever political Rap songs

Tipperary man Senator Alan Kelly has released a Rap song Now we don’t favour one politician over another here in Tipp Tatler Towers (we prefer cold hard cash instead of political posturing) but this video caught our attention here today. And even though he hasn’t advertised in our latest issue (an oversight, for which heads […]

Open Coffee Club explained in Nenagh

The Tipp Tatler’s Derry O’Donnell went along to today’s first ever Nenagh Open Coffee Club. The Open Coffee Club is an informal gathering of people from all walks of life with an interest in business. Evert Bopp, CEO of AirAppz and founder of The Greenhouse Incubator explains in this video what the Open Coffee Club […]

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