If the Red Sox had an official house band, it would be Dropkick Murphys.
The band has a new record out. “Going Out In Style – Live At Fenway Park” has 18 songs from the band’s two shows at Fenway Park last September.
There’s also a limited-edition commemorative double-gatefold 180-gram vinyl LP set. It includes a video download card of the entire Fenway Park performance and a set of seven limited edition DKM baseball cards.
The track list:
Hang ‘Em High
Sunday Hardcore Matinee
Deeds Not Words
Going Out In Style
The Irish Rover
Peg O’ My Heart
Climbing A Chair To A Bed
Take ‘Em Down
Boys On The Docks
The Dirty Glass
The State Of Massachusetts
Kiss Me I’m Sh**faced
Time To Go
I’m Shipping Up To Boston
First: The vinyl LP of “Going Out In Style – Live At Fenway Park” signed by the band.
Second: A bonus edition CD of “Going Out In Style – Live At Fenway Park” signed by the band.
And here are …
1. Of all the active players in Major League Baseball, who would Dropkick Murphys frontman Ken Casey want to join the band?
2. Jonathan Papelbon, as we all know, used to come out to “I’m Shipping Up To Boston.” Who was the first player Papelbon struck out in a major league regular season game?
3. As the Dropkick Murphys were playing at Fenway Park last Sept. 9, which member of the 2004 Red Sox was going 1 for 3 with a stolen base and a walk?
4. What was stolen from one of the Dropkick Murphys during the Sept. 8 show last year? Name the member of the band and what was stolen.