Next Up at the Harcourt Sessions - Guidewires 27th February 2012

Following a fantastic launch of their new season of gigs at the Harcourt with Paddy Keenan and friends on 13th February, next up we have Guidewires.

With their high-energy performances, breathtaking arrangements and their infectious melodies, its no wonder that this band are being described as "The freshest sound in Irish music".

With four members coming from Ireland and one from Brittany it is inevitable their mix of music is not just Irish but also Breton, Middle Eastern, Galician and newly composed.

Guidewires have an all-star line up with Irish music's most famous concertina player Pádraig Rynne, Breton music's hottest name Sylvain Barou on Flute, one of Ireland's most recognisable names Tóla Custy on fiddle, top producer and performer Paul McSherry on guitar and one of the fastest growing stars in Irish music, Karol Lynch on Bouzouki.

All members have had renowned fame individually within music. Their love and passion of this music has brought them together to create this unique and groundbreaking band "Guidewires". The bands debut album "Live" was released in Sept '09 and is described by The Irish Times as "A spectacular, multicoloured debut". This album gained the band the best of respect in the world Music scene and catapulted them to the top of a list of popular bands to emerge from Ireland and Brittany.

Guidewires new album entitled "ll" is their second album and a studio recording was released last year.

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