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It is taken from my album "The Green River" which was released in 2008. Tuning is CACGBE. You can also listen to the tune on the YouTube video also included below.
As a music site we normally get behind new funding campaigns to help artists raise the necessary finance to complete albums. We have covered FullSet on Tradconnect before and also recently launched band member Teresa Horgan's duet album with Matt Griffin. You can check that album out …Continue
Powerful, emotive and critically acclaimed Traditional Irish band, Alan Kelly Gang reunite with Scotland’s mesmerizing songstress, Eddi Reader (of Fairground Attraction fame) and Trashcan Sinatra’s guitarist and songwriter, John Douglas, performing all new material from their latest album The Last Bell. Sheer musical synergy in its most natural…Continue
Freya Rae and Louis Bingham have announced the release of their debut album this October 2015. Freya (flutes, whistles, clarinet) and Louis (guitars, banjo, bouzouki, bodhrán) present an exciting and original album exploring unusual traditional and new compositions based on Irish and Breton dance music. The album will…Continue
SHHH was first released in 1995, and has been unavailable for the last decade or so. Karen Tweed was a founding member of The Posies and later played with Ian Carr as part of the Kathryn Tickell Band. They had previously met at a festival and Carr’s distinctive guitar style had impressed Tweed. This is a digital re-issue and the merits…Continue
Dear Friends. Here are updates on "The New Blackthorn Stick". Below is our August in Ireland 5-city launch tour with live national broadcasts. Please spread the word to friends in Ireland and beyond. We already have RSVP's from France and the UK to attend these concerts!
Our tour will take in venues in Dublin, Kinvara,…
We have 5 copies of a new outstanding compilation album of traditional Irish music to give away to our readers. The album is called The Wild Atlantic Way - A Journey in Irish Music and its goal is to "tells stories, invite reflection and capture the sense of fun that is an essential part of any trip along THE WILD ATLANTIC WAY.