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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
Hi to all my friends, I'm doing a Tour to Ireland in September, 15-23 2014 through the Travel Outlet located in Western New York. If you are interested you can contacted me with e-mail my address is firstname.lastname@example.org to information. Thanks, Randy
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
A stunner to open this month’s reviews. It is entitled, Classic Celtic Music and it is from Smithsonian Folkways. What a historically important and entertaining compendium this is. As you would expect, anything from Smithsonian has a booklet with it that is worth the…Continue
Alan Cooke wrote a haunting follow up to the electric Naked in New York…Continue
Added by mrbaxteria on June 2, 2013 at 1:32 — No Comments
Here are several tasty treats for you. Let’s start with the new, new first. Sox in the Frying Pan has a self-titled album out. These three young men are terrific musicians with an obvious sense of humor. Brothers Shane and Fiachra Hayes on accordion/fiddle/banjo are accompanied by Aodan Coyne on guitar and vocals. We would expect these three from Clare to be excellent on their…Continue
Added by Bill Margeson on May 15, 2013 at 10:00 — No Comments
Niamh's latest album "Cuz - A Tribute to Terry 'Cuz' Teahan" is out now. A tribute to the music of Sliabh Luachra musician Cuz Teahan, who emigrated to Chicago in 1928, the album features many top class guest musicians. All welcome to celebrate its official release.
Available here at CopperPlate:…Continue
Added by El7fe on April 13, 2013 at 16:38 — No Comments
Five years ago, I was happily driving down the road, minding my own business and listening to the album, Fire In The Kitchen by The Chieftains. Isn’t that a great title? It is one of those Chieftains’ multi-artist things—this one featuring Nova Scotian and Quebecoix artists. You know the drill. Chieftains, plus several guest stars.
April 2013 LIContinue
Added by Bill Margeson on April 5, 2013 at 20:30 — No Comments
A by-election result in Co Meath has put Direct Democracy Ireland to the fore after coming from nowhere to beat a Government party into 5th place. DDI is the brainchild of Raymond Whitehead and spurned on in recent months as a new political force to be reckoned with by Ben Gilroy. Ireland has been through massive fiscal consolidation since its Bank bailout in 2008 but the political landscape has remained much the same until now.
The concept of direct democracy was in…Continue
Added by Niamh on April 3, 2013 at 13:00 — No Comments