This album attempts to reflect the current state of Northumbrian piping by distilling the music of 16 pipers and 8 other musicians into a 70-minute package.
Recipient of the 2011 Gradaim Ceoil TG4 Singer of the Year award and lead-singer and flute player with the renowned group, Danú, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh grew up in Dún Chaoin, Co. Kerry.
This is the long awaited second album from the Shetland folk band describing themselves as “a fiddle-led maelstrom of melodies”.
Nick Caffrey is considered one of the finest unaccompanied singers in the North West of England. He has extensive knowledge of traditional songs and ballads.
The unique sound of traditional Manx music was once the Celtic world’s best kept secret – until the arrival of Barrule, an exciting new trio taking the Isle of Man’s music to new shores.
Nineteen year old Micheal from Castlebar, Co Mayo, has produced a fantastic tenor banjo album which is perfectly backed by that magician, Steve Cooney, on guitar.