Irish Traditions found In Foxglove & Fuchsia

Opening with a Song from County Mayo and known as a Corrs track Bhríd Óg Ní Mháille, sung in Gaelic as we hear the traditional close-up and personal rendition o the unmarried young Brigid O’Malley. We feel instantly the emotional warmth of the voice that will warm your soul throughout Foxglove & Fuchsia. Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh … Read more…

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On The Lonesome Plain With Donal Clancy

On The Lonesome Plain With Donal Clancy   With the musical intricacies of Donal Clancy accompanying you it will never be solitude On the Lonesome Plain. This is definitely no Wild West Country album. It is pure Irish Folk traditional tones with its mix of instrumentals and songs. Opening with The Lowlands of Holland, we … Read more…

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Listen To Beoga Before We Change Our Mind

Listen To Beoga Before We Change Our Mind This is Irish music full of tradition, shared folk memories and family conversations, laughs and tears around the fireside. Beoga with open minds as they shape the tradition re-forming it with gently supple musician’s fingers with twentieth-century influences, blues riffs, flowing jazz and New Orleans party time … Read more…

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CD Review: O’Connor, McSherry & Graham ~ Ulaid

  Donal O’Connor – John McSherry – Sean Og Graham ULaid Independent Release Date 23rd October 2015 Many weave Celtic/Irish traditional music into their acoustic, rock and progressive music due to the melodic, beat music that is drenched in an infectious beat. This is an album that is one hundred percent authentic it is the … Read more…

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Cara Dillon ~ Live @ The Convent

A huge thank you from Bluesdoodles for the wonderful Netgig service, we could listen enjoy and be delighted by Cara Dillon and her band who wove an evening that musically shaped an Irish landscape. We had a fiddle, squeeze box and acoustic guitars a voice that is blessed with angel kisses and Cara plays a … Read more…

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