Traditional Irish Music
“Over the past few years, The Henry Girls have released a brace of stunning albums while becoming one of the finest live acts in the country, and a welcome fixture on the global folk circuit - now Far Beyond The Stars might be their finest hour to date...driven (as ever) by their stunning vocal harmonies, which shine brighter than ever; standout track Ocean of War is dedicated to the millions of refugees caught up in the conflict in Syria and its neighbouring countries."
This is the opening track from the album called ‘Oh Why’.
Having produced bands such as Clannad and Altan, Donegal has a reputation for having music beautiful enough to rival its awe-inspiring landscape, and The Henry Girls are part of the proof.
“Sisters Karen, Lorna and Joleen McLaughlin, collectively known as The Henry Girls, make music that will give you goosebumps. The harmonising, lilting, melting voices imbue their music with overwhelming romanticism, although the very classic and traditional folk sound is given an edge with Americana, bluegrass and blues sounds.”
“The Henry Sisters have been received to huge acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic, even impressing on the Nashville music scene, and boy, does Nashville know music. See them live and you will drift away with celtic harmonies, folkish melodies, and a dollop of that world-famous organic Donegal style.”
The album is now on release and can be purchased from their website www.thehenrygirls.com
The album is also available as a free download for Irish radio broadcasters that are part of our download centre. Contact us for details.
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