Simon McDonnell
  • Rennes, France
  • France
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Kilkenny born singer songwriter Simon McDonnell performs solo or accompanied by accordion player Alexandre Sallet. His songs open a deep and unique world swaying from dry land to dreamland. 

Along with Alexandre they have recorded an album called "The Hidden River" that came out in February 2014 in France. Many talented guest musicians have participated in the recording of Simon McDonnell’s debut album.

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McDonnell Trio     irish and international folksongs

At the moment Simon is touring all over France with family band McDonnell Trio. From one generation to the next, the singing goes on and a unique craft of performing and story telling is handed down from father to sons. The McDonnell Trio’s voices and two generations give life to folksongs from all around the world.

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Spring Barley     irish desert blues

Rennes based band Spring Barley have blended the wild harmonics of wooden flutes with calebash and energy driven mandola with dexterous accordion. Improvisation and new material are at the heart of their hypnotic trance. Spring Barley’s live performances are well seasoned and spiced up by some authentic and stylish trad songs.

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Profile Information

Town
Saint-Armel
Your County or State
Brittany
What Instrument ( inc Voice ) Do You Play ?
voice, guitar, mandola, tin whistle, bodhran
What level are you at ?
Professional
Provide any other information here
member of McDonnell Trio, Spring Barley, Dirty Linen
 
 
 

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