Padraig Duggan-The Spirit of His Music Will Always Live in our Hearts.

https://youtu.be/m8CdLqWFpsM   August 9. Moya Brennan posted a photo of Padraig Duggan with this caption: My dear uncle and fellow Clannad member, Padraig Duggan, passed away peacefully this morning. Rest in Peace Padraig and thanks for all your music over the years *** Today, we reflect and remember Padraig Duggan of Clannad.He passed away this week due …

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Irish Guitarist Robert Doyle Talks About His New Album Lig Amach (Video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqFoFnvZgNQ&feature=youtu.be I am one of the lucky people who got the chance to preview the new album Lig Amach by Irish guitarist Robert Doyle. So glad he agreed to this interview format. I gave him written questions and he answered them in video form and then I put everything together. Nothing fancy. And I think you …

Celtic Woman Q & A with Máiréad

  I've been playing Destiny by Celtic Woman many times. New voices and new songs. And lots of magical listening experience. Check out my entry regarding the album in my previous post. It is a great honour to finally get to talk to one of the artists, notably my favourite violinist Máiréad Nesbitt who took the …

Robert Doyle Has A Follow Up To A Life In Shadows:Lig Amach

When: Friday 22nd April Where:The Cobblestone Backroom, 77 King Street North, Dublin 7 Free admission 8.30pm As a long time admirer of his music, I am happy to announce that Mr Doyle has finished a follow-up to his compelling album A Life in Shadows. It was well received among Celtic and Irish Music sites. If …

Larry Kirwan and Friends- A St Patrick’s Day Celebration

Larry Kirwan, leader of Irish American rock band, Black 47 for 25 years, will return to BB King’s on St. Patrick’s Day. He will front a new band formed specially for the evening comprising of Coty Cockrell (Hard Times/Dance Theatre of Harlem) on piano, Rene Hart (Branford Marsalis/Mark Ronson) on double bass and Thomas Hamlin (Black 47) on drums. They will perform new songs and reinterpret Kirwan’s Black 47 uproarious classics, numbers from his critically acclaimed musical, Hard Times, and as befits a Kirwan show, lots of improvisation, social agitation, and hilarity.