Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

When music and politics collide

Here’s a grand sight and sound for a Monday morning in late July. While his peers headed for the MacGill Summer School, ex-government minister for parsnips Trevor Sargent, last in the limelight when he resigned his post In February, reached …

Mon, Jul 26, 2010, 08:20

   

Here’s a grand sight and sound for a Monday morning in late July. While his peers headed for the MacGill Summer School, ex-government minister for parsnips Trevor Sargent, last in the limelight when he resigned his post In February, reached for his guitar and sang his heart out for the kids instead. A man’s got to do what a man has to do. Via the excellent Come Here To Me! blog. Anyone else have footage of other casualties from the current Dail (Willie O’Dea, George Lee, John O’Donoghue etc) armed with a guitar, cello, tuba or hurdy-gurdy?

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