Boys from the Lough founding member Cathal McConnel offers inspired Scottish music artists for a lot more than two decades along with his high-energy but sweetly lyrical method of the Irish flute and whistles. Representing the 4th generation of music artists in his family members, McConnel stocks his ancestors’ interest for music. Having examined the whistle under his dad and an area instructor, Peter Flannagan, from age 11 and adding the flute by age 15, he continuing to grow like a musician. In 1962, at age 18, he earned the All Ireland tournament in both flute and whistle classes. Furthermore to touring the globe and recording using the Boys from the Lough since 1976, McConnel offers continuing to record like a soloist. An instrumental ode to traditional Irish music, McConnel’s debut recording, For the Lough Erne’s Shoreline, was accompanied by With regard to Decency, documented with vocalist Len Graham. His third recording, Love Expectant Shows up finally, released in 2000, includes a lengthy set of visitor performers including Richard and Linda Thompson, Geoff Muldaur, Oscar Brand, Andy Statman, and Dave Mattacks.