Thanks to Jeremy of Poitin , I was able to get to know this wonderful Welsh band called Ffynnon. If you look at the individual bio of these guys, you’ll know that though they perform traditional Welsh music, they all have been trained in Classical, Jazz and World Music. Each has his or her own collaborative project with other musicians, extending the branches of the band’s repertoire into heights of musical discoveries.
What I like about Ffynnon, is that they are not an exclusive instrumental band. The mesmerizing voice of lead vocalist Lynne Denman will move even the most jaded listeners as the band embellish the tracks in gossamer but oftentimes challenging instrumentations.
Here the samples here: http://www.ffynnon.com/music.php
Stacey Blythe: accordion, harp, whistle, vocals, piano, harpsichord
Chris O’Connor: double bass
Oliver Wilson-Dickson: fiddle
Mark O’Connor: drums/percussion
You can now enjoy Paul Taggart’s painting workshop c/o blip tv. Paul has been active in the Scottish art scene:
From Ireland to Cornwall, Jamie Lawson will make hearts smile with his brand of sad songs laced with sunny melodies. Catch him in Up Close and Personal Sessions on March 12 20:00 – 23:00, at The Thatch Rahan – Tullamore – Co. Offaly.
Donal Lunny, Padraig Rynne, Sylvain Barou Trio
where: An Droichead
Trio perform first of 2 nights concerts in March.
12/03/11 trio play Paris as part of Festival Irlandays.
Buy tickets for Belfast concert from:
Show 8pm, doors at 6:30pm
Take Red Line to Harvard Square T stop.
• Exit via Church Street entrance Walk one block down Church Street past Harvard Square Theater to Palmer Street on left. We are in the basement just around the corner on the left.
•Exit via Harvard Square main entrance Cross Massachusetts Ave. to Harvard Coop building. Stay left by newsstand on Brattle Street to first right (Palmer Street) which is 200 feet from the corner. Turn right and walk one block. We are on the right in the basement just before you reach Church St.
We are in the basement of an 1830 brick delivery building and carriage house on the corner of Church and Palmer streets.