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MYTH IN THE MUSIC
by Siofra Kilroy
Local Irish composer Joe Thoma of Kenmare, County Kerry on the South
West coast of Ireland, has created a musical innovation in the form
of `Inbhear Sceine'.
The project is an original composition of Celtic music…Continue
This month we have another five gems for you. Are you keeping up?
1. Freewheel is just out, ink on the CD cover is still wet. It features the ubiquitous and musically peripatetic youth, Fergal Scahill on guitar, fiddle, and bodhran, joined by The Full Set’s Sean McCarthy on uillean pipes and low whistles and David Howley bringing along some lovely vocals to join his…Continue
Added by Bill Margeson on May 19, 2012 at 13:00 — No Comments
I come from a long line of musicians and I am related to a bunch more. My parents both sang. My late mother played organ and piano and, when young, could also play the accordion, while my father (who is now 91) once played various kinds of horns. My grandmother played piano and both grandfathers played fiddle. Various uncles and great-uncles played fiddle, guitar and banjo, while assorted cousins (and I have a lot of cousins!) sang professionally and played various instruments. But I…Continue
Added by Terry McNamee on April 20, 2012 at 23:05 — No Comments
This is one of those kitchen sink columns. We’ve ignored a lot of great cd’s. They pile up and here we are. It’s not pretty, we admit this. But, when you get 500 a year sent to you for review, you can blink once and fall a month behind. So it has happened. In fact, this column is going to waddle us through about half of what we want to talk about. So let’s can the chat and get to…Continue
I'm currently distributing and promoting my album The Book of My Days through online radio. It is available in download only format from CDBaby at http://cdbaby.com/cd/deswade1
Demos and samples of many of my other songas are available at www.deswade.com.
Added by Des Wade on April 9, 2012 at 0:05 — No Comments
Brendan O'Loughlin posted a status
Added by Brendan O'Loughlin on April 6, 2012 at 20:05 — No Comments
Like to send a congrats to Margaret O'Rourke to Eugene in their marriage this summer in their town of Westport Co Mayo
From Randy Harlach Hamburg, New York USA
Added by Randolph Harlach on March 28, 2012 at 17:06 — No Comments
What a great day! worked all day and came home to corned beef and cabbage with fresh potatoes and carrots, Irish soda bread made from scratch, shortbreads with lemon and raspberry curd, Guiness stout, Guiness black AND Jameson........then closed the day with coffee and Bailey's.........and Live Ireland streaming through every speaker in the house......tis good to be the King
Added by Brian Duckett on March 18, 2012 at 5:50 — No Comments
Do you have a coin to toss? That’s because you can have it either way. Either is going to be Male Musician of the Year for 2012 with his new solo flute album, Carrying the Tune, or fellow flute wizard, Brendan Mulholland will be with his debut solo album, Jean’s Hill. If Kevin wins it for Male Musician of the Year, Brendan…Continue
Of course if you're Irish it's St. Paddy's Day everyday. I am happy to see everyone celebrate this fine day in honor of St. Patrick.
St. Simons Island, Georgia, USA
Added by Jim Keane on March 17, 2012 at 19:18 — No Comments
Their tour dates and album info is available through the official website:http://www.celtic-tenors.com/
I have Feels…Continue
Added by mrbaxteria on March 11, 2012 at 6:00 — No Comments
I'm trying to figure out this site. I see a message "what are you up to?" I have no idea where it came from or how to reply with this answer,. ClintContinue
Added by Clinton Crepaldi on March 6, 2012 at 4:45 — No Comments
This month, we have four, one older, three new. Here is something really new, different, and wonderful. Kyle Alden out of California, has released a terrific album. Highly creative. Beautifully done. Songs from Yeats’ Bee-loud Glade. What Kyle has done is taken W.B. Yeats’…Continue
We have Irish here Irish Heritage Society of Milford (IHSM)
Duffy Cut is not forgotten and Christy Moore and the bands are playing it
Added by Bernard Keilty on February 6, 2012 at 18:16 — No Comments
I tried to catch a Leprechaun, or a cute Irish man, but ended up catching a cold instead!
I guess I didn't really try hard enough for the man, but to my defence I was distracted by other things...like Butlers Chocolate stores!!! Oh my word, their mochas are the best (especially if you ask for marshmellows on top) and they give you a lovely little piece of chocolate just for ordering something!
It was a whorlwind trip, and except for the cold I had a great time!
I'll try to get…
The hills seemingly run their length of the Earth, and I wouldn't want to be anywhere else. I begin to run, I run so hard I start to feel it burning my thighs. But for all things, I wouldn't stop. I didn't want to, though it hurt. The grass on my feet, the freedom of the wind that carried the smells of life and magic on its sweet breath. I feel myself at one with what I always thought I was apart from. Oh, Mother of Life, Mother of everything sweet and beautiful,…Continue
Added by Trevin J. on February 2, 2012 at 22:51 — No Comments
Welcome to the 2012 Livies. Along with TG4, these are the most eagerly anticipated Irish Traditional Music Awards of the year. The reason? LiveIreland's unprecedented and instantaneous worldwide reach in its readership. When any site like LiveIreland is the 900 pound gorilla in the room, it's paid attention to. It is our honor to recognize the Best of the Best with the 2012 Livies. So, here we go:…
Although I am not often moved to comment I feel this must be the best (for me at least) Radio Station ever.
Pure music with only occasional but effective chat and a playlist which rarely fails to enchant and connect with something deep within.
Added by Gerry O'Connor on December 23, 2011 at 17:06 — No Comments
visited Duffy's Cut in PA and google search Duffy's Cut Christy Moore