I got this from the media release . Those into Breton music will be pleased with what’s coming up.
Here the news for this autumn:
– We are playing Milan Capodanno Celtico fri 29th Oct. (full line up)
– Interceltic Lorient festival asked me to represent Brittany with my song “Kan an Awen” in LIET Competition (Europeans minorities languages acts, including Asturia, Ireland, Feroes, Sami, …)
– We are working hard for a Brythonics show on 25th february to be launch in CC Amzer Nevez PLOEMEUR (Brittany). The show will be a saga about Brythonics invading Brittany from 5 to 8th century.
A concept in collaboration with Andy Jones (Swansea based singer-songwritter) and Colm O’snodaigh (Kila member, singing, flute, percussions). Songs in breton, welsh, english, …
– Album ROC’H is doing well in shops and is now available in iTunes, Amazon, 7digital, Napster, We7, Spotify, Deezer, …
This brand new opus is in a complete Dom unique Power-Folk style.
As usual, Dom is delivering the same energy, great voice, great guitars, fiddle, banjo, mandolin, bass, drums …
You can listen full songs here :
“Good stuff” WSLR 95FM Floride USA
“International bewichtment” Planet FM – Auckland NZ
“la musique et le rythme sont génials, ainsi que cette jolie voix” Radio Internationale Athènes
“Songs with soul” Radio Varna Bulgarie
about ROC’H :
Dom DufF : voice, acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, e-bow, banjo
Nicola Hayes : fiddle
Dom Bott : bass
Mourad Ait Abdelmalek : drums
David Seité : bodhran, cajon,
Huw Rees : drums
Patrick Péron : piano