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Dolphin Music Group have released albums by some of their foremost Irish artists including Mary Black, Frances Black, Ronnie Drew, Johnny McEvoy, Jack L, Dolores Keane, Paddy Reilly, Sonny Knowles, and Liam Clancy, as well as releasing Ireland’s biggest selling album ever A Woman’s Heart.
SCHIPHOL AIRPORT, one of the busiest airport hubs in Europe has witnessed many a bizarre journey but perhaps fewer stranger than the personal odyssey that began during a lay-over in 2002.
ALBUM WISE without a shadow of a doubt I’m still listening to Becoming a Jackal by Villagers. Then again, who isn’t still listening to that album?
THE MIGHTY Stef is something of a character on the Irish music scene with his larger than life personality and that huge, rough hewn, and unapologetically, Dublin voice.
One of Ireland’s best live bands, Director, perform live at Bar Ritz (Mulroy’s Bar), Castlebar, tomorrow night Saturday September 18 with support coming from Oddsocks Revival and Ka Tet as part of the Finbar Hoban Presents series, Castlebar’s only independent alternative night out. Director show their love for Mayo, which seems to be becoming the band’s second home, by making their second appearance at Bar Ritz this year.
“Come with me, I’ll guarantee you the best time you’ve ever had,” growls Chris Smither enticingly on the first line of ‘Don’t Call Me Stranger’, the opening song from his latest album ime Stands Still.
PAUL BRADY was born in Strabane, County Tyrone, in 1947 and was playing guitar by 11. His early music career saw him travel throughout the northwest of Ireland playing piano at holiday resorts such as Bundoran and Rosses Point.
Mick Flavin is one of Ireland's top country artists and it’s great to see him return to the beautiful Backstage Theatre, in his hometown of Longford on Thursday March 11 with his variety show.
IRISH TRAD and folk enjoy an unprecedented worldwide popularity, but it is easy to forget where it all began in the late 1960s and 1970s and the great debt owed to an earlier generation of ballad and folk singers.
IT IS almost a decade since David Kitt released his debut album Small Moments in 2000 and he is fast approaching 10 years on the go - a milestone in anyone’s career.