Traditional Irish Music
Featuring 3 tenor banjos, mandolins, tenor guitars, guitars, banjolin and vocals We Banjo 3 combine Irish music…Continue
Added by TradConnect on December 15, 2011 at 12:10 — No Comments
Came across this album which sounds great . Its an album that focuses solely on the fiddle music from the south west area of Donegal and is called the The Far Side of the Glen. It was launched at this year’s Ennis Trad Festival.
The album features two well respected Donegal fiddle players, Derek McGinley from Mín A’Chearrbhaigh, in the…
Added by TradConnect on December 15, 2011 at 12:00 — No Comments
There is no doubt that John Carty can be described as one of our greatest living traditional musicians on the circuit at the moment. His roots go back a long way from an upbringing in London where he was born and where he began his musical adventure. His father was a member of the Glenside Ceili Band in London in the early '60's where they played extensively in London and the…Continue
The Winding Clock is the debut album by Enda Seery from Streamstown in Co. Westmeath. We are well aware on Tradconnect of his abilities both as a musician and as a composer. From the opening notes of the first tune on the album…Continue
Added by TradConnect on October 24, 2011 at 17:00 — No Comments
This has to be a first. A traditional album that starts off with Clocks by Coldplay. If you were unaware of who Coldplay were you would not pass much remarks such is the skill by which the set evolves into the better known Hunter's Purse.
For 19-year-old UCD student Kavan, this CD-launch will mark another milestone in his fast-moving…Continue
As of a couple of days ago with 785 members, the following is the member make up by country.
Czech rep 1
New Zealand 2
Added by TradConnect on August 26, 2011 at 18:00 — No Comments
The topography of her native Sligo informs a large part of what Carmel Gunning does, and this disc is no exception. As well as two self composed tunes, both named after local landmarks, three of the five songs in English are by local song makers. Of these, two are place name songs, a genre which does not always earn plaudits for poetic quality. However, while the sentiments of these two are fairly…Continue
Added by TradConnect on August 22, 2011 at 15:30 — No Comments
Another excellent debut album from another brilliant young Irish musician. Josephine Marsh is a box-player from County Clare. This is not another Sharon Shannon: Josephine's music doesn't have the attack of the first lady of Irish accordion. What it does have is a warmth and…Continue
Added by TradConnect on August 21, 2011 at 15:20 — No Comments
Showcasing some great My Pages from members of TradConnect. More to follow
Added by TradConnect on June 22, 2011 at 18:34 — No Comments