David Doocey's Blog (5)

11 Tradconnect fiddle tracks on SoundCloud!

Delighted to be included in this!

http://tradconnect.com/profiles/blogs/celebrating-100-000-plays-11-fiddle-tracks

Added by David Doocey on November 5, 2014 at 12:37 — No Comments

New album review!

Changing Time is one of the surprise fiddle hits of the year.  As an album it succeeds because David Doocey has managed to combine the elements of a classic fiddle sound with twists and turns that are polished and modern. Accompanists Patrick and Kevin Doocey, Stephen and Kevin Doherty and Ryan Molloy add significantly to the feel and atmosphere of the recording.  It is also an album that becomes…

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Added by David Doocey on October 14, 2013 at 16:54 — No Comments

:: New CD Release - Changing Time by David Doocey ::

Changing Time is the highly anticipated debut solo release from multi-instrumentalist David Doocey. It contains 12 tracks of both traditional tunes and newly composed music, featuring the talents of Patrick and Kevin Doocey, Stephen and Kevin Doherty and Ryan Molloy. For more info you can visit www.daviddoocey.com where you can also listen to sample tracks off the album! …

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Added by David Doocey on August 29, 2013 at 14:07 — No Comments

David Doocey - Profile

Born in Worcester, Massachusetts now living in Foxford, County Mayo, David Doocey is at the forefront of a younger generation of musicians.

He has won several awards including All-Ireland medals on both fiddle and concertina and the first ever World Fleadh fiddle championship in 2005. He has also achieved success in the much coveted Feile Oriel trophy, an award previously held by Tommy Peoples. He is featured on…

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Added by David Doocey on August 29, 2013 at 14:00 — No Comments

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