Member Music Reviews at The Wild Geese.

Many of The Wild Geese's members are serious musicians -- and music reviewers. One of our best is Bit Devine, who recently reviewed Mary Courtney's newest, "Live From the 33rd County. " You can read Bit's review by following the excerpt and link below.

 If you'd like a member to review your album, or would like to discuss your muse with fellow members, consider joining The Wild Geese.  As the only social network devoted to exploring the epic history and heritage of the Irish worldwide, we have a particular interest in music that explores the Irish experience "where ever green is worn." WG

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One of the benefits of being a Wild Geese member is that I am surrounded by uniquely talented and amazingly gifted individuals. I was recently asked to review a newly released CD, "Live from the 33rd County," from one of our very own Wild Geese, Mary Courtney. I have had it three weeks and it has rarely left my CD players. It goes with me from my car into my workplace, my home and into my shop, much to the delight of my customers.

"Live from the 33rd County," by Mary Courtney and Morning Star, is the type of CD that transports you to a small pub in the wilds of Ireland or, in this moment, An Beal Bocht Café, in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, New York City, which is almost the same.

There is a quality to Mary’s voice, like the amber fire of a good whiskey, which settles into your soul and your bones. Add to that the talented virtuosos John Redman, on Button box, and Donie Ryan, on tenor banjo, along with Mary’s own immense talent on guitar and bodhrán, and it is a music lover’s own heaven on earth.  

Read the rest of the review here.

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