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September 17, 2014 | The Killigans, mandolin fight song?

Nothing stirring like a good old traditional college fight song. Our old alma mater the University of Nebraska has a few, but one recently came across the desk, and updated punk/folk version featuring, you guessed it... mandolin.

These guys, native Lincoln Nebraska six-piece band, The Killigans put the "man" in mandolin.

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Enjoy:

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Traditional version, Robert W Stevens, Cornhusker (Come a Runnin' Boys):
University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Varsity Men's Chorus circa 2000-2001, arrangement Peter Ecklund

Posted by Ted at September 17, 2014 4:48 PM


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