Banna de dhá-Traditional Irish music for fiddle and guitar.

Banna de dhá features the duo of Tom Morley on fiddle and Hazel Ketchum on guitar and vocals. The name is Irish for "band of two (elements)," but the musical whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Taking their inspiration from great Irish Traditional music duos (such as Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill), Banna de dhá uses the vast repertoire of Irish instrumental and vocal music as their starting point, adding music from other folk traditions while keeping it all fresh and unique with unexpected improvisational turns.

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Comment by Tom Morley on January 7, 2014 at 22:13

Banna de dhá features the duo of Tom Morley and Hazel Ketchum. The name is Irish for "band of two (elements)"–their fiddle & guitar. Our album "Band of Two" has received airplay on podcasts and radio programs around the U.S., including Marc Gunn's top-rated Irish & Celtic Music Podcast, Celtic Road Radio (WFHB Bloomington IN), Blarney on the Air (WDCB Chicago IL), and Celtic Crossroads (WSIU Carbondale IL, syndicated on 75 stations). Follow us on facebook (

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