A cuppa with Davie Furey A few weeks back, Davie Furey travelled to Longford to join me for Ireland’s best cup of tea** We talked about his new album and Easy Come Easy Go tour. We discussed the theme of travel, what inspires him and he played his song “Mystic Road” Join me for a […] The post A Cuppa With: Davie Furey appeared first on Ceol Caint.
A cuppa (beer) and a chat with Stephen Young and The Union Hailed as one of the greatest acts of their genre both home and abroad, Stephen Young and The Union are a classic example of how pure talent, mixed with hard work are a recipe for success. Their debut album “Wilderness Machine” received extensive […] The post A Cuppa With Stephen Young and The Union appeared first on Ceol Caint.
A cuppa and a chat with The Blood Red Mountain Band The Blood Red Mountain Band are a five piece from Dublin who don’t define themselves by any particular genre. A mix of rock, funk, country and folk, TBRMB offer a unique blend of soulful music, with perfect harmonies and that rare compilation that makes […] The post A cuppa with: The Blood Red Mountain Band appeared first on Ceol Caint.
A cuppa and a chat with Andrew Carroll Every now and again, someone comes along out of the blue to completely surprise me with their multitude and mix of talents. In this case, it’s Andrew Carroll. I was introduced to Andrew awhile back by my good friend Hazel Lake, and I must admit I didn’t […] The post A Cuppa With Andrew Carroll appeared first on Ceol Caint.
A cuppa and a chat with Aine Cahill One of Ireland’s brightest young musicians, 21-year-old Aine Cahill from Cavan is fast becoming a household name. With a number of awards and an EP already under her belt, it is no surprise this singer-songwriter is already playing multiple stages at Electric Picnic and headlining Whelan’s. Aine […] The post A Cuppa With: Aine Cahill appeared first on Ceol Caint.