Aindréas Ridire's Blog (27)

2016 Back to the Future of Irish Music (part II) on Italish blog

Let us continue our journey in the Future of Trad Irish Music; we met other friends to speak about their 2016 projects:

http://italish.eu/2016-back-to-the-future-of-irish-music-part-ii/

Muireann Nic…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on December 27, 2015 at 15:00 — No Comments

2016 Back to the Future of Irish Music (part I) on Italish blog

Once again, for the third year, on Italish blog we are going to meet some of our friends to speak about the future of Irish Music, their projects for 2016.

http://italish.eu/2016-back-to-the-future-of-irish-music-part-i/

Gudrun…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on December 17, 2015 at 20:30 — No Comments

Beyond the Ocean – 7 Questions 7 to Rose Baldino on Italish blog

For the first time Italish blog crosses the ocean to speak about Trad Irish Music; in America there is a very active and energetic scene and we would like to introduce it to our readers. The original article is here.  

We ask Rose Baldino, the band-leader…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on February 2, 2015 at 16:00 — No Comments

2015: Back to the Future of Irish Music (part 5) on Italish blog

Another part (and honestly we don’t know yet if it will be the last one!) of Trad Irish Music Projects for 2015. Here the original article:

http://italish.eu/news/2015-back-future-irish-music-5/

Alan…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on January 21, 2015 at 21:00 — No Comments

Notes from the Road - GOITSE January Newsletter

Hi Everyone.  We are having an amazing start to the new year with the news that the band has picked up two awards. We are delighted to announce we have won the prestigious Live Ireland award for “Trad Group of the Year”. Here is what Live Ireland said below.

TRAD GROUP OF THE YEAR: Goitse

Goitse has established itself as a massively…
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Added by Aindréas Ridire on January 7, 2015 at 9:00 — No Comments

2015: Back to the Future of Irish Music (part 4) on Italish blog

It seems that for the world of Irish Music next year will be full of surprises and events.

Irish Music 2015

Then, let us continue to listen to their voices:

Louise Mulcahy 

2015 is shaping up to be an exciting year already! The musical year kicks off with…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on December 24, 2014 at 14:30 — No Comments

Notes from the Road - GOITSE December Newsletter

Hi Guys, Hope everyone is well and enjoying the run up to christmas.

We have had a busy few months and are ready to have a few weeks off to enjoy the festivities.

It is hard to believe that this night one year ago we were packing our bags for a seven week tour of china. So much has happened in that year having toured AMAZING places. We are having so much…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on December 20, 2014 at 7:30 — No Comments

Back to the Future of Irish Music 2015 (Part 3) on Italish blog

The third part of our collection of projects for 2015 in the world of Trad Irish Music is ready.

We begin with Tom Sherlock, the manager of several important Irish artists.
Tom Sherlock
New acts for next year include Usher’s Island- comprising of Donal…
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Added by Aindréas Ridire on December 18, 2014 at 10:30 — No Comments

2015: Back to the Future of Irish Music (part 2) on Italish blog

Irish musicians seem to be ready for a 2015 full of gigs, reels and new music; we are ready too, we are ready to fill our ears with their music.

This is the second part of our interviews about their project for 2015, and we are very happy to have some good friends of ours with us; let’s…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on December 11, 2014 at 7:30 — No Comments

2015: Back to the Future of Irish Music (part 1) on Italish blog

After the 2014 very good response, here we are again to ask to the Irish musicians about their projects for the next year.

We asked only one question to many Irish artists:  “How will be your 2015 in Music? Any projects, new album, cooperation, special gigs?

These are the first answers we…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on December 7, 2014 at 7:00 — No Comments

Notes from the Road - At First Light Autumn Update



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Added by Aindréas Ridire on November 18, 2014 at 13:00 — No Comments

Irish Music’s Present and Future – 7 Questions 7 to Edel Fox on Italish blog

Edel Fox and her concertina are definitely playing an important role in the Present of Irish Music.

So, it is with great pleasure that we meet her for our new interview about Irish Music.

Edel Fox is from Miltown Malbay Co.…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on October 18, 2014 at 13:00 — No Comments

7 Questions to Elle Marie O Dwyer on Italish Blog

Our new guest for the series of interview about the Present and Future of the Irish Trad Music is Elle Marie O Dwyer.

Elle Marie O Dwyer is a traditional ballad singer from Cork who released in 2002 her debut album “Where the Allow Waters Flow”. Under the tuition of Lena Bn. Uí…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on September 12, 2014 at 20:00 — No Comments

Notes from the Road - GOITSE September Newsletter

Hi Everyone.  We hope you all enjoyed your summer and made the most of all the sunshine! We had a very enjoyable one and it was very different to those gone by in recent years. It was great to spend time at home in Ireland promoting the new album and also have fun relaxing in the Mediterranean.

In August we got to play at Feakle Trad festival and had a great…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on September 4, 2014 at 7:00 — No Comments

Christy Moore - A Gig for the Children of Gaza 12th October 2014

Christy Moore sings for children of Gaza.  Christy Moore will play a benefit concert for the children of Gaza in Vicar Street in Dublin on Sunday 12th October.

The proceeds of the concert will go directly to the Middle East Children’s Alliance (MECA) which helps children to overcome the trauma they have experienced from the successive military assaults and…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on September 2, 2014 at 14:30 — No Comments

Notes from the Road - The Young Wolfe Tones August Newsletter

A big Thank you to everyone who came out to support us over the last couple of months in Ireland, Germany, England and America. The shows have all been a huge success which is all down to the wonderful fans and friends that we have. The Irish Heritage Centre Festival 2014 in Chicago and the Iowa Irish Festival were two of our very memorable highlights and we also…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on August 14, 2014 at 7:30 — No Comments

Notes from the Road : Lúnasa Newsletter – Summer 2014

Hi Folks, We hope you’re happy and well out there in what seems to be an increasingly crazy world. Music is probably more important to our lives than ever before so we’ll continue to do our bit!

 

We’re packing our bags for a…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on July 30, 2014 at 6:30 — No Comments

Notes from the Road - GOITSE July Newsletter

Hi Everyone. 

For this July newsletter we have loads of positive news that we are excited to share with you.

Since the launch of “Tall Tales & Misadventures” on May 1st we have been getting loads of great album reviews and here is some of our favourite ones:

“Their new CD, Tall Tales & Misadventures is a blockbuster and by far their best work yet, full of new songs…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on July 28, 2014 at 6:30 — No Comments

Irish Music’s Present and Future – 7 Questions 7 to Louise Mulcahy on Italish blog

“Louise is one of the finest musicians of her generation. Her choice of material, her approach to the melodies coupled with tasteful inventiveness make this a very welcome entry to the growing catalogue of Traditional Irish flute music.”…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on June 3, 2014 at 19:30 — No Comments

Irish Music’s Present and Future – 7 Questions 7 to Yvonne Bolton and Alan Jordan on Italish blog

Here we are for a new interview about the Future of Irish Music. Our guests today are Yvonne Bolton and Alan Jordan.

They recorded in 2013 “Silver Threads“, an album that has been defined “a slice of unadulterated beauty”…

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Added by Aindréas Ridire on April 5, 2014 at 14:30 — No Comments

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