Listen to a track from the new Pádraig Rynne solo album "Notify"

 

2013 is proving to be a very fruitful year for Pádraig Rynne.  His collaboration with Guidwire's flute player and long time friend Sylvain Barou and Dónal Lunny was one of this years highlights. Their album was called Triad and we reviewed it in March.  Pádraig is one of Ireland'd best and most innovative concertina players and he does not rest on one album a year alone.  In November 2013 he will release his new solo album called Notify.  It features Tyler Duncan - Guitars, Mike Shimmin - Drums and Joe Dart - Bass, Jeremy Kittel - Strings with guest musician John McSherry on pipes and whistle.  Joe Dart is best known for his work with pop bands Ella Riot and Vulfpeck.  John, Tyler and Mike have themselves been busy promoting another landmark album called The Olllam.  Modern, experimental and also pushing the boundaries with regard the tradition it was probably the standout recording of 2012.  What then for Notify, Pádraig's newest recording. Have a listen to this track called May's Smile. The album will be launched on Saturday, 9th November 2013 at An Droichead, Belfast.

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Comment by Chuck Donnelly on November 1, 2013 at 12:38

Padraig is one of the best concertina players this world has known.  For those of you interested in learning the concertina, or just attending a concert where he is playing, check out Acadia Trad School's 2014 program.

www.acadiatradschool.com

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