Life of Riley

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"The life of Riley" is an expression meaning an easy, carefree life.

Life of Riley may refer to:

From Wikipedia page on Fort Riley, Kansas:

The Cavalry School Hunt was officially organized in 1921 and provided a colorful spectacle on Sunday mornings. These activities gave rise to the perception of a special quality of life at Fort Riley that came to be known as the "Life of Riley."

Art and entertainment[edit]

Music[edit]

Albums[edit]

Songs[edit]

  • "Life of Riley", a song on the 1989 album Instrument Landing by American guitarist Preston Reed
  • "Life of Riley", a song on the 1991 album Worlds in Collision by American band Pere Ubu
  • "Life O'Riley", a song on the 1989 album S&M Airlines by American punk rock band NOFX
  • "Life of Riley", a song on the 2011 album The Stellas by Canadian duo The Stellas

Bands[edit]

  • Life of Riley, a band headed by American musician Riley Smith

Stage and film[edit]

Broadcasting[edit]

  • The Life of Riley, an American 1940s radio show, 1949 film, and 1950s TV series, all starring William Bendix
  • Life of Riley (UK TV series), a 2009–2011 comedy series
  • "Life of Riley", an episode of Birdz, an animated American-Canadian television series
  • "Life of Riley", an episode of the American television series The Client List
  • "The Life of Riley", a 1985 episode of the American television series The Fall Guy

Writing[edit]

  • The Life of Riley, a 1937 novel by American writer Harvey Fergusson
  • The Life of Riley, a 1990 novel by Australian writer Jack Hibberd
  • "Life of Reilly", a regular column in Sports Illustrated by Rick Reilly, 1997–2007

Other[edit]

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