Newfoundland Vinyl IV by Allison Crowe is Out!

When your work becomes a community journal of encyclopedic range, then music can just sustain you in many ways. Allison Crowe continues to add to her growing musical achievements with Newfoundland Vinyl IV   Listening to her 4th collection of songs in Newfoundland Vinyl IV(a collection of tunes from Newfoundland and Labrador), I can’t help but …

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Let Atlas Be Part Of Your Morning Music.

https://youtu.be/MeMhGC-NHIs Writing this in my mobile phone because I can't wait to go home for the computer. This is just after stopping by for a coffee after a fixie ride. Yes it is a beautiful day. And one of the reasons is after hearing Atlas again! They have a music video. Check it out. It …

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 …

“It was recorded in real time with minimal overdubs” Caitriona O’ Leary Talks about The Wexford Carols

Happy Holidays! I wrote an entry about The Wexford Carols by Caitriona O'Leary a few days ago. And it is a delight to receive a response from the interview questions I sent her with the help of my friend Anita Daly. So here they are and I was not really surprised that she mentioned Bjork …