Kevin Burke & Micheal O'Domhnaill ~ Promenade ~ 1978

Two Irish music legends play an amazing, dreamy slip jig ~ 'Promenade'. Kevin Burke (fiddle) and Micheal O'Domhnaill (guitar). 1978.

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Comment by Marco Cavina on August 9, 2013 at 16:56

Thanks so much for this video...Michael is one of my guitar heroes, because of him I like to use DADGAD tuning!

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on May 23, 2012 at 19:59
Nicely done. Subtle & jazzy guitar work is perfect accompaniment to some very sweet fiddle playing. Thanks, Connie.
Comment by Connie Rae Crone on December 2, 2011 at 12:58

Hi Paul!

I do love Christy Moore's singing, but haven't uploaded any of his music here, as the video vault is just for musicians and doesn't include singers :(!  But we can post singers in blog posts.

All kinds of music, from very old to brand new, are attractive to me.  I love all genres of music too, and can find something of value in all music.  The main thing is that it would be GOOD MUSIC :)!

I'm glad you love the old videos.  I love them too.  For American country music, I also prefer the 'traditional' era, ranging from the early 1940's to the early 1980's.

Thanks and I will post more soon! 

Comment by Paul Harrigan on December 2, 2011 at 2:23

Fair Play Connie for all your videos. Some great blasts from the past. If you don't mind me asking, Where did you find the Christy Moore - Connolly was there, ?

Comment by Connie Rae Crone on November 27, 2011 at 23:12

Hi Tony,

I ran across this video for the first time last night; I knew it was a keeper as soon a I played it! Of course anything by either of these two amazing musicians is just fantastic!

~Connie

Comment by Tradconnect Reviews on November 27, 2011 at 18:28
Thanks a million for this beautiful tune Connie. I just learned it off the video. Lovely and simple

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