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O’Briens Edge Music and Ironworker Pictures, Fulfilling a few recent request

O’Briens Edge Music and Ironworker Pictures, Fulfilling a few recent request

I’ve found many song requests from several of our satellite social media platforms
As well as suggestions to post up some new Gerald Desmond Bridge photos and news of that gigs progress.
Also without a doubt requests for information of any gigs I may have going on now or in the near future.

So, let’s see if I can Provide a few of the song request here first.
If I’m reading the name here correctly (please excuse me if I have the name wrong ok?)
For Kitnwhip out of Utah:
Love That Woman Live at the Blue Cafe’

 

New York City, What a Lady

 

For Loretta out of Southern California:
The Genuine One

 

For Big Tone out of San Dimas, California
The Big Iron

 

 

The Easiest Place To Find Water When Building a Bridge Is Where?

 

Tower 16 on the Left and Tower 17 on the Right

 

Ironworkers James Hunter and Baron Covarrubias Setting some Sky Climber Rigging

 

Ironworkers Todd Eisenhauer and Michael Cochran and James Hunter Connecting the top of Tower 17 landing

 

Apprentice Shomari Glasco enjoys his new Bullard along with Ironworker Shane O’Brien

 

The Look Over of a 50 years in the trade Safety Rep of our 6th Period Apprentice Jonathan Casas

 

Balanced Cantilever Erection is Next to Bridge the Two Towers

I will get to more song request soon and add in some more Gerald Desmond Bridge Photos too

Check back tomorrow for these type updates
“Thank You Folks and as always Be Well”
Shane O’Brien

Union Ironworker Randy Bryce Challenges Paul Ryan for Congressional Seat

Union Ironworker Randy Bryce Challenges Paul Ryan for Congressional Seat in 2018 Mid Terms.

A Note from Shane in regards to Randy Bryce:

I am coming from a position of being a Union Ironworker in my every day, day life, and a writing/recording/performing Artist at night.

To see a Union Brother Ironworker take life and politics of our current times seriously enough to go beyond the talk of arm chair quarterbacks and make a go at it, does all of us Ironworkers very proud. Add in, Randy has the opportunity to be a voice for many of us every day working stiff’s who greatly feel the negatives being pushed onto us from the occupants at our Nation’s Capital these days. At least that’s my opinion and I’m sticking to it.

If there is anything I can do for you Randy Bryce, all you need to do is give me a call…
Shane O’Brien JIW
Bk No. 1238396
Local 433, Los Angeles, CA