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Edenderry's take on the Garth Brooks debacle!

Monday, 14th July, 2014 5:09pm

Story by Laura Ryder
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Edenderry's take on the Garth Brooks debacle!
Edenderry's take on the Garth Brooks debacle!

Some of Edenderry's finest have penned a song in the wake of the debacle that means country music star Garth Brooks is unlikely to play his planned five concerts in Dublin's Croke Park.

'Bun' and 'Pacman454' wrote the parody of Brooks' song 'Friends in Low Places', while Edenderry's own 'Elvis' Greg Traynor got in on the act performing the vocals.

The lighthearted song was recorded and mixed in Studio454 in Edenderry, and released last Thursday, July 10.

You can listen to it in full below.

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