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IRISH GUITARIST Philip Donnelly, who has worked with Gary Moore, Donovan, and Johnny Cash, is undertaking a solo acoustic tour to promote his new album Beyond the Pale.
HUNDREDS OF years ago the music played on Scottish and Irish fiddles combined with Spanish guitar, Italian mandolin, and West African banjo in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of America.
THE CONNECTIONS between Ireland and Scotland run deep, deeper than is often realised. Many are aware there is a similarity between Irish and Scots Gaidhlig, our traditional musics, and the distilling of whiskey, but there is more to it than that.
Philip Donnelly one of Ireland's most gifted and popular musicians, is treating Kilkenny fans to a night of fun and excellent music in Cleere’s this weekend.
THE GREAT Irish guitarist Philip Donnelly, who has worked with such legends as Towns Van Zandt and Gary Moore, is coming to Galway.
IN THE 1930s at the height of The Great Depression in the United States a songwriter and bandleader by the name of Bob Wills toured with a 21-piece orchestra bringing joy and cheer from coast to coast. Wills was a huge influence on performers such as Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Buck Owens, and John Prine and is widely credited with raising the spirits of a nation through his Western Swing ensembles.
PHILIP DONNELLY’S long musical career began in the 1960s when he was a member of Elmer Fudd, part of the emerging Irish rock scene which also included Them, Skid Row, Thin Lizzy, and Taste.