First listen to an outstanding album from Scotland's Dallahan - When the Day is on the Turn

This is Track 1 from the debut album by Scottish band Dallahan.  The track and album is called When the Day is on the Turn. Its an outstanding album of high energy music and it has been receiving rave reviews. Folk Radio UK said “this is truly something special...Dallahan call on their mixed Irish, Scottish and Hungarian heritage to create a unique and seamless musical montage that is as exciting as it gets”  The band came together in December 2013 and the members are Balázs Hermann (Double-Bass), Paddy Callaghan (Button Accordion), Ciarán Ryan (Banjo/Mandolin/Fiddle), Jani Lang (Fiddle) and Jack Badcock (Guitar/Vocals).


“The members of the band have toured extensively with groups as diverse as Kalman Balogh's Gypsy Cimbalom Band, Larsa, Fianna, Samling, Tcha Limberger and they regularly appear at festivals and venues both in the UK and internationally. As individuals, they have received various awards; Paddy won the 'BBC Young Traditional Musician Of The Year Award 2013', Ciaran won the title of 'All Britain Banjo Champion' in 2006, Jani won 1st prize at the first 'Hungarian Traditional Music Competition' and Jack was recently a finalist in the 'BBC Young Traditional Musician Of The Year Award 2014'. As a band, they received an 'Emerging Excellence Award' from Help Musicians UK and were recently nominated for Best Up and Coming Artist of the Year at the Scots Trad Music Awards 2014.”

We hope to talk to the band regarding their music.  You can visit their website

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