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St. Pat’s is over and I assume you have recovered. Was on LiveIreland Radio from Dublin with Imelda on THE day when we got a chat room visit from Tadaka Simafune from Japan and Christina from St. Petersburg in Russia at the exact same moment. The power of the internet. And Irish music!Continue
Added by Bill Margeson on March 20, 2014 at 11:29 — No Comments
Tasty Treats Dept.:
Craobh Rua is out with a brand new album, entitled, I’d Understand You If I Knew What You Meant. We don’t care for the title (too clever by half), but we like the group a lot. A whole lot. It is a talented quartet giving us trad treats aplenty, including…
You got to keep your stuff together, cause there is Irish out here are watching your every move.... .Continue
Added by Terrance O'Hara on February 9, 2014 at 5:57 — No Comments
Teeling Whiskey are to make a €10 million investment in Dublin's liberties bringing 30 jobs to the area.
Stephen and Jack Teeling who honed their skills from the Cooley distillery sold to Beam Inc in 2012 for $95 million.
This will be the first new distillery to open in Dublin in 150…
Added by Niamh on January 31, 2014 at 17:38 — No Comments
Here is an interview I did with Liam Ó Maonlaí for my site The Celtic Music Fan. I enjoyed this piece and of course along with the fact that I am a fan of The Hothouse Flowers.
I will be publishing my interview with Meav soon so I will keep you all…Continue
Added by Saoirse Mhór on January 15, 2014 at 21:44 — No Comments
Well it’s time for the major market muscle of the Livies. Our annual recognition of the best of the best in Irish music for 2013. A great year, to be sure, for the music. Here they are. Livies. Along with TG4, the biggest music awards of the year for Irish trad musicians and singers. The big Gazoo. Here we…Continue
May your coming year be filled with magic, dreams and good madness.
I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you are wonderful, and don't forget to make some art-write, draw, build, sing or live only as you can.
And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself.
Added by Kimberly Sullivan on December 27, 2013 at 15:52 — No Comments
I would like to introduce you to Mr. Dave Page, the grand-father of Gregory Page (I posted a video by Mr. Gregory Page a few days ago). Dave Page was an Uillan Piper from Ireland and I think although he died in 1987 he really deserves to be remembered.
His grand-son Gregory Page created a web site about him where you can find info about his life and free downloads as well. …
Added by Rike on December 25, 2013 at 15:55 — No Comments
One of the most frequently asked questions we get is, “What’s for Christmas? Is there a great stocking stuffer to be recommended?” Obviously, yes. If the answer weren’t “yes”, we wouldn’t have a column, would we? But we DO have a column, thank goodness, and even better, we have some great Christmas stocking stuffers for your Irish Trad Music lover this…Continue
Added by Saoirse Mhór on November 25, 2013 at 12:21 — No Comments
Here’s a good question: if you are an experienced Irish music lover, is there any reason to buy compendium albums? The answer is assuredly, yes. No matter how much time you spend in Irish music, there are hundreds or thousands of songs, tunes, and singers whom you have not heard. Look, everyone knows what they like. That takes no knowledge or experience. You either like Clannad…Continue
We met David Doocey some time ago when he was a guest in our home while on tour with the David Munnelly Band. Like DeDannan, the no-longer-in-existence David Munnelly Band produced a rich field of musicians, all out on their own and creating real excitement. Artists such as Fergal Scahill, Kieran Munnelly, Shauna Mullin, Andrew Murray, and David Doocey come to…Continue
Maurice Lennon is one of the best fiddle players in the world, and none can argue it. His new album, The Little Ones, is just out on Clo Iar-Chonnacht to prove it. The label has been hot, hot, hot lately with a series of terrific releases, and this one is the capstone. There are 14 tunes here, all again reaffirming Maurice’s place at the top. He is joined by many members of…Continue
Added by Bill Margeson on September 3, 2013 at 19:00 — No Comments
Mr Prif Weinidog,…Continue
Added by El7fe on August 21, 2013 at 8:01 — No Comments
Maurice Lennon is one of the best fiddle players in the world, and none can argue it. His new album, The Little Ones, is just out on Clo Iar-Chonnacht to prove it. The label has been hot, hot, hot lately with a series of terrific releases, and this one is the…Continue
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Added by Randolph Harlach on August 16, 2013 at 16:07 — No Comments
The Paul McKenna Band has a brand new tasty treat out on Compass and it is called Elements. Sensational. Four stars! The Paul McKenna Band is from Scotland and is a quartet consisting of Paul, David McNee, Sean Gray, and Ewan Baird. It is a gem, and there are two problems here. Well, maybe three. My complaint with the McKenna band for the last…Continue
Westport’s superb summer show ‘The Legend of Gráinne Mhaol’
The extremely popular Mayo traditional music summer show ‘The Legend of Gráinne Mhaol’ has anchored off the west coast again this summer for its fifth successive season at Hotel Westport, Westport, Co.Mayo…Continue
Added by Michelle Joyce on June 25, 2013 at 16:44 — No Comments
Album: The Calling
Sounds like: For fans of Anuna, Celtic Woman, Enya, Secret Garden and Loreena McKennitt
The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face/The Calling/Light Flight/Listen, Listen/The Songline To Home/Wayfaring Stranger/Sovay/Shenandoah/Once You Were My Lover/Glimmering Girl/Glasgow’s Burning/Black Is The…Continue