Aoife Scott back with festive song - The December Letter ( Free download for broadcasters)

Her sublime voice is a thing of beauty that stops people in their tracks. Fragile and ethereal one minute and strong and vibrant the next, Dublin Folk singer-songwriter Aoife Scott has become a force to be reckoned with on the Irish folk and traditional scene. With an impeccable pedigree as a member of the legendary Black Family, which includes her mother Frances and her aunt Mary, Aoife is steadily rising to the top of the traditional and folk music scene, while garnering acclaim and recognition both here and abroad as she hones her craft. 2017 has been a hugely successful year for Aoife. Following the successful release of her song "Grace", with her cousins Danny O Reilly and Róisín O, which went straight to #1 on iTunes charts in March, and having headlined Folk and Irish Festivals all over the world – which includes Port Fairy Folk Festival (AU) The National Folk Festival (AU), Milwaukee Irish Festival (US) and Temple Bar Trad Fest Dublin (IE)
 
The new single "The December Letter" is written by band member Andrew Meaney as a present for his sister who was away like so many other Irish, for Christmas. So it song was written for her as a gift across the waves. 

The song could be written for any loved one or family member who can't be home for Christmas Time. It is a heart lifting thought sent out to all who have emigrated from Ireland, delivering memories with the binding warmth of an Irish Christmas.
 
The December Letter - by Aoife Scott with Andrew Meaney
Written by Andrew Meaney
Recorded by Bill Shanley/Michael Manning
Guitar/Bouzouki - Andrew Meaney
Bass - Bill Shanley
Fiddle - Fergal Scahill
Mixed by Michael Manning
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This song is available as a free download for broadcasters that are part of our Download Centre here on Tradconnect. Contact if you are a broadcaster and want access.
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