Paddy Houlihan, Bill Houlihan, and Clay O’Brien

Fox’s Pizza, Guinness, the Cork and Kerry Irish Pub, Flood Brothers Disposal and Chicago Firefighters Union Local 2 present The Houli’s Hooley with Bill and Paddy Houlihan. Clay is on family vacation but he’ll be back next week. The brothers talk about their upcoming weekend plans that mainly consist of fireworks and house parties. What fireworks show are you going to? People are throwing firecrackers out their car windows and no understands why.. “Fireworks are for kids…” – Billy. Paddy shares some July 4th safety advice for the listeners. We get a lesson in how to correctly light a firework –  with a lighter or matches? “What is this year’s firework protocol?!” – Paddy. The guys speculate what former President Trump will be doing for Independence Day which stirs up some of our favorite impressions again, Trump included. Does Biden even KNOW what day it is?! Serious talk about the rise in shootings on the Dan Ryan Expressway.  “Douglas with the Lighter” is John Mellencamp’s newest song, written by the Houlihan lads. Paddy shares the story about his son’s first proper barbershop haircut recently. It’s a rite of passage for any young man! It’s immigrant story time about Paddy’s Argentinian barber. “4th July is a ‘fade haircut’ holiday” – Billy. The lads share some of their best haircut stories and Billy’s is especially juicy! Sports Talk with focus on the recent baseball drama and Paddy’s rekindled his love for watching baseball games on TV. We take a musical break with “Minutes to Memories” by John Mellencamp. These guys discuss the very specific July 4th stripclub music. We learn the history of the firework.  These two share their opinions on the Bill Cosby scenario! We take another musical break from all the serious talk with “Justice and Independence ’85” by John Mellencamp. It’s a Mellencamp kinda show! The guys share what music they’re currently listening to. “What ever happened to Toby Keith?” – Billy. We end out another interesting and insightful show with “American Woman” by Lenny Kravitz.