An Irish Christmas to Keep Us Floating
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An Irish Christmas to Keep Us Floating

Moya Brennan – Vocals, Harp, Keyboards Paul Byrne – Drums, Bodhran, Timpani, Tubular Bells, Percussion Fionan De Barra – Guitars, Bouzouki, Keyboards, Vocals Cormac De Barra – Harp, Vocals Éamonn Galldubh – Uilleann Pipes, Whistles, Flute Yoshinobi Izumi – Electric Bass Sam Jackson – Piano, Keyboards Sinéad Madden – Fiddle, Vocals Frances Mitchell – Keyboards … Continue reading

Rant Maggie Rant CD is the BEST live Recording in Years!
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Rant Maggie Rant CD is the BEST live Recording in Years!

Lindsay Schindler – Fiddle, backing vocals.Glen Dias – Voice, recorders.Rob Larose – Drum Kit, Hand percussion, backing vocals.Barry James Payne- Guitar, backing vocals (www.stringbone.ca) Hometown: Stratford, Ontario http://www.rantmaggierant.com I have listened to many live recordings including mainstream albums but once in a while something pops up and takes the cake. I am talking about the new … Continue reading

Michelle Butler Ceramics
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Michelle Butler Ceramics

These are fantastic ceramics by Michelle Butler! When listening to Celtic music, why not embellish your coffee table with something lasting and beautiful as well? Michelle Butler Ceramics offers a unique way of looking at crafts. If you want something striking and personal then her designs are definitely something you should consider as gifts to … Continue reading

Eve Williams:On Songwriting and Meeting Moya Brennan(Interview)
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Eve Williams:On Songwriting and Meeting Moya Brennan(Interview)

Twenty Miles from Home debuts from Northern Ireland  through singer/songwriter and vocalist par excellence  Eve Williams. She piqued my interest  after I heard  the song Oblivion. It’s a kind of song that’s hard to ignore due to its unique  style. The subject of her voice is  one of the things that’s covered here. What gave way … Continue reading

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Moya Brennan and Cormac de Barra in Paimpont, Bretagne.

  The First Lady of Celtic Music Moya Brennan appeared in Paimpont Bretagne along with Cormac de Barra and their band. It has not been indicated the performance has something to do with the Interceltique celebration but just look at her. She’s gorgeous! The rest of the photo set can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=at.261196613989311.53188.100002969239159.100001597095954&type=1 There … Continue reading

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Corncrow

  Cornish duo Corncrow raise goosebumps with their haunting music. Goodness! Just a few seconds off the track Mariasek, I was already taken into an otherworldly heart hurting beauty of this Cornish duo. It is one of the most beautiful sounds I have ever heard and if you take a listen you will know what … Continue reading