The Traditional Albums of far.

In 2014 we undertook to create an online space for traditional album launches and it has proven to be a great success.
This launch series refers to the online environment only and not to radio or live launches. 
As we progress, the advantages of an "Official Online Launch" are becoming even more apparent as it gives you access to our news stream and audience which is now quite large. Over the last 12 months over 130,000 readers have visited Tradconnect.

We strongly believe that introducing your fans to your music for the first time is a very important moment.  For that reason we are making Tradconnect the home of new releases.  It will be the first place that you can hear a track from new albums, even ahead of Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. 
So wherever you see the words Tradconnect Official Album Launch check it out.  There is also something special about being part of new release, for us as a site, and for our readers. 

Detailed below is a summary of the albums that we covered in 2015. If you have a traditional album in production and want to take part then please contact us. 


Patrick Mangan - Departures

Departures is the much anticipated second album by New York fiddler Patrick Mangan. His debut album was released in 2003 and introduced a young musician with immense potential.  For over 10 years he has been touring as the fiddle soloist with the show Riverdance.  This has expanded his influences and exposed him to a wide variety of music and styles and this feeds into this recording. 

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Jane Pomplas - Traditional Irish Music on Fiddle

Jayne Pomplas has just released her debut album called “Traditional Irish music on fiddle.” She is from upstate New York and like many fiddlers from that city she received her early tuition and inspiration from the likes of Brian Conway and Tony DeMarco.  DeMarco also features on the album as well as producing it. He is joined by a number of other household names that include Alan Murray on guitar 

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The Bonny Men - Moyne Road

Moyne Road is the new album by The Bonny Men. Fresh from their appearance on Gradam Ceoil TG4 where uilleann piper Maitiú Ó Casaide received his Young Musician of the Year award, the band launch into the promotional cycle for this, their second album.  The album was produced by guitarist Barry Lyonsand Trevor Hutchinson, who also provides bass on a couple of tracks.  

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Danú - Baun

Danú are back on sparkling form with their new album called Buan. With members from County Waterford, Kerry, Dublin and Donegal they have for over a decade been one of Ireland’s leading groups and this new release will win them many new fans. The four years since the release of their last album Seanchas has seen all the members involved in a variety of different musical projects and that according to Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh has led to a more mature sound on this recording. 

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Other 2015 releases featured on Tradconnect

Micho Russel - Rarities and Old Favorites 1949-1993

Socks in the Frying Pan - Return of the Giant Sock Monsters

Caitlín & Ciarán

The Outside Track - Light up the Dark

The Kilfenors Céilí Band - Now is the Hour

The River Drivers

Norah Rendell - Spinning Yarns

Kíla - Suas Síos

The Mariannes - Lost with all Hands

Linda Marie Smith - Meassa Shelkie from the Sea

Ian Carmichael - Ten Years On

Qristina & Quinn Bachand - Little Hinges

Colin Farrell - Make a Note

On our radar

Ireland : Crossroads of Art & Design 1690-1840 - The Music

John Kerr - Two Old Black Sticks

Rhoda Barfoot - Across The Sea to Ireland

Damien Connolly - Inspired


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