Roger Shah feat. Moya Brennan – Morning Star (Official Music Video)
Moya Brennan US Tour
Hi folks. after reading those amazing interviews I did , you might want to know what’s in the news this time. My contact told me about the Moya Brennan tour in the United States. She is doing shows over there in California up to the 17th. So I am sure her American fans wont miss out on this. This happens rarely and right now, everyone needs to support Celtic music. It looks like a lot of mediocre stuff ahs been going on in the radio and the net. It is time to make its visibility. Like a light in the dark ages.
Donal McCague Performance
Our talented young fiddler Donal McCague will be doing a show in Dublin next week. Here’s an invite I got:
Dónal Mc Cague here.
I just sending this email around to let you know of a gig I will be playing in Dublin next week with Dave Sheridan on flute and Michael Mc Cague on bouzouki and guitar.
If you get time, it would be great if you could spread the word through any social networking sites you may use or by word of mouth.
If you could forward this email on to people you may know living in the Dublin area who might be interested in attending this trad gig, that would be great.
Thanks for taking the time to read this email and for your help,
Dónal Mc Cague.
This is going to me an awesome event. We know how he and his brother are with live presentations. They will be explosive along with other musicians.You can check out his calendar here: http://bitsnpieces2011.com/?page_id=13
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Got this from Daly Communications:
An Evening of Women’s Voices from Northern Ireland
Time: 15 September · 20:00 – 23:00
Where: Stage Left Theater
214 W 30th St
British National Theater of America and 1st Irish Theatre Festival present:
Thursday, September 15, 2011 through Sunday, October 02, 2011
Stage Left Studios
Two generations. Two extraordinary women. Two Stories from Northern Ireland before and after the Good Friday Agreement
Twinkletoes by Jennifer Johnston and Forgotten Milk by Bernard McMullan.
Derry City. Two women, two generations, one story. On the night of her daughter’s wedding, Karen returns home alone, reflecting on the life she is living because of her terrorist husband’s actions. 20 years later, Karen’s daughter lives in a changed Northern Ireland, but still lives with the decisions she made at 17.
REFLECTIONS: An Evening of Women’s Voices
Twinkletoes by Jennifer Johnston and Forgotten Milk by Bernard McMullan
Directed by: Jo Cattell
Cast includes: Paula Nance, music by Andy Mac
Presented by: British National Theatre of America
Playing: Stage Left Studio, 214 W 30th St NYC
Opening: Thursday, September 15th, 2011
Closing: Sunday, October 2nd, 2011
Now in its third year, New York’s annual First Irish Theatre Festival is a celebration of the best of Irish theatre, brought to you by Origin Theatre Company. Throughout September and early October, they highlight performances from playwrights new and old at 15 venues throughout the city.
For bios, interviews and more information contact: Anita Daly/Daly Communications /212 772 0852 / email@example.com