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About Odie

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Odie Lynch is an Irish musician. Lead singer, Acoustic/Electric guitarist & Harmonica player with over 25 years experience internationally.
Performance details
I can perform outdoors
I have a car I can use to travel to gigs
I can perform while walking around a venue
I own a PA system
Musicianship
Genres:
1960s era music, 1970s era music, 1980s era music, 1990s era music, 1950s era music, Folk, Ceillidh, Irish rock, Folk rock, Traditional Irish folk, Country, Blues, Easy listening, Originals, Acoustic, Covers, Rock, Alternative rock, Classic rock
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Instruments:
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Event types:
Bar / Club / Venue event, Wedding, Wedding proposal, Funeral / Memorial service, Church service, Hotel / Restaurant event, Private event, Corporate event, Charity event, Concert, Recording session, Birthday party, Christmas party, New Year's Eve
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Other skills:
Composer, Songwriter, Audio engineer, Instrumental teaching
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Song list

PAUL BRADY
Lakes of Pontchartrain.
Arthur McBride.
Nothing but the same old story.
WATERBOYS.
Fishermans Blues.
Bang on the ear.
When will we be married Molly.
Raggle taggle Gypsy.
Red Army blues.
Suffer.
Return of Pan.
Man is in love.
THE POGUES.
Fairytale of New York.
Rainy night in Soho.
Pair of brown eyes.
Sick bed of Cuchulainn.
Sally Maclennane
DUBLINERS.
Rocky road to Dublin.
Irish Rover.
Leaving of Liverpool.
Song for Ireland.
The Derry air.
Molly Malone.
Wild Rover.
The foggy dew.
South Australia.
Raglan Road.
The auld triangle.
Sullivans John.
Paddys Green Shamrock Shore.
The Galway Races.
Follow me up to Carlow.
The Hot Asphalt.
WOLFTONES.
Sean South.
Come out ye Black and Tans.
Far away in Australia.
If only our rivers run free.
THE FURYS.
Sweet Sixteen.
Clare to here.
Her Father didn't like me anyway.
CHRISTY MOORE.
Ride on.
As I roved out.
Spancil hill.
Carrigfergus.
Go Lassie go.
Johnny jump up.
LUKA BLOOM
Couldn't of come at a better time./kesh jig.
The City of Chicago.
DOUGIE MACLEAN.
Caledonia.
The water is wide.
SOLAS.
The wind that shakes the barley.
HORSELIPS
Trouble with a capital T.
VAN THE MAN.
Brown eyed girl.
Moon dance.
Dark end of the street..
Gloria
U2
One.
With or without you.
Bad.
THE STUNNING
Brewing up a storm.
SAWDOCTORS.
N17
I useta love her.
Freedom fighters.
Rain comes lashing.
POGUES.
Pair of brown eyes.
Rainey night in Soho.
Sally Maclenane.
Young Ned of the hill.
Sick bed of Cu Chulainn.
Fairytale of New York.
THIN LIZZY.
Whiskey in the jar.
Dancing in the moonlight.
MICK HANLEY.
Past the point of rescue.
RORY GALLAGHER.
Out on the western plain.
I fall apart
STEVE EARL.
Galway girl.
My old friend the blues.
Johnny come lately.
Copperhead road.
STOCKTONS WING.
The beautiful affair.
BOB DYLAN
Like a rolling stone.
Don't think twice its alright.
Forever Young.
On a night like this.
All along the watch tower.
Is your love in vain.
I want you.
I'll be your baby tonight.
Subterranean homesick blues.
Knocking on heavens door.
One more cup of coffee.
TOM WAITS
Closing Time.
Martha.
Shiver me timbers.
Invitation to the blues.
Grapefruit moon.
Ol'55
The Heart of Saturday night.
Old shoes.
Take care of all of my children.
Chocolate Jesus.
Hope that I don't fall in love with you.
NEIL YOUNG.
Helpless.
Heart of Gold.
Needle and the damage done.
Keep on rocking in the free world.
PINK FLOYD.
Wish you were here.
Another Brick in the wall.
Comfortly numb.
Nobodies Home.
THE ROLLING STONES.
Can't always get what you want.
Honky tonk woman.
Sympathy for the devil.
Wild Horses.
BOB MARLEY.
Redemption Song.
Three Little Birds.
I shot the Sheriff.
No woman no cry.
Don't rock my boat.
Them belly full.
Jammin.
IZ
Somewhere over the rainbow.
JIMI CLIFF
Many Rivers to cross.
MAGIC
Marry you.
SUBLIME
Santeria.
GREEN DAY.
Basketcase.
BEN HARPER
Suzie Blue
CCR
Have you ever seen the Rain.
JIMI HENDRIX.
Hey joe.
STEVE MILLER BAND.
The Joker.
THE CLASH.
Should I stay or should I go.
ERIC CLAPTON.
Layla.
No body loves you when your down and out.
Before you accuse me.
Wonderful tonight.
OTIS REDDING.
Sitting on the dock of the bay.
JOHNNY CASH
Ring of fire
WILLIE NELSON
On the road again.
JOHN PRINE
Speed of the sound of lonelyness.
NANCY GRIFFITH.
Lone Star state of mind.
THE DOORS
Roadhouse Blues
THE DOOBIE BROS.
Long train running.
TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS
American Girl.
Your so Bad.
Free Falling.
THE HOUSEMARTINS.
Happy Hour.
TRACEY CHAPMAN
Sorry.
Talkin about a revolution.
THE BEATLES.
Rocky Raccoon.
Hey Jude.
THE KINKS
Lazing on a sunny afternoon.
CAT STEVENS
Father and Son.
OASIS
Don't look in anger.
Wonderwall.
PAUL WELLER
Wild wood.
DIRK POWELL.
Waterbound.

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Elma J, 1 month ago

Wonderful , talented and professional ! Made our wedding really special , thankyou

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Ursula Q, 11 months ago

Danny and Paul played a blinder and were absolutely amazing from start to finish!! They read the crowd really well, and I would not hesitate to book them again. In fact, they were so great that a guest at the day has asked for their details to consider booking them for her own event! Well done to both of you, ye are very gifted musicians.

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Denis B, 1 year ago

Excellent