b. 4 July 1943, Leixlip, State Kildare, Eire. Before taking on music in 1966, vocalist Giltrap have been an enthusiastic soccer and Gaelic footballer. He began singing with an area group, the Rye Folk, before signing up for top documenting folk music group the Broadsiders. Then left them to become listed on a new nation band, the Natural cotton Mill Children, for a limited period in 1969, before re-joining the Broadsiders. By 1972 all of the chopping and changing acquired become an irritant, and Giltrap proceeded to go single. As Jason Cable he recorded an individual, ‘Keeps DIRECTLY ON A Hurtin’’, for Polydor Information, shifting to London afterwards the same calendar year. Eschewing music for the year, he produced the duo Irish Mist in 1973, along with fiddle participant Malcolm Rogers. The mix of Southern Irish Catholic and North Irish Protestant writing a common appreciate of folk music was observed by Rob Dickens at Warner Brothers Information, who agreed upon the duo, making their first record in 1974. Due to the prevailing politics climate at that time, it was not really released by Warner Brothers. Rather, Giltrap and Rogers released Rosin The Bow separately on SRT. This record is currently a collector’s item. The duo divide in the past due 70s, with Giltrap developing his very own group, Zozimus (called after a vintage Dublin street vocalist), in 1977. They produced just two albums before Irish Mist re-formed in 1980. Both toured Britain and European countries, showing up on radio and tv in several countries. In 1984 Irish Mist documented two paths for the Ronco label Irish compilation, Green Velvet. The recording reached #6 6 in the united kingdom charts, and produced the very best 10 once again, a year later on, on re-release. This gained the duo a precious metal disk. The follow-up, Even more Green Velvet, that the duo documented one track, gained a silver disk. After several recordings either as Irish Mist or inside a single capacity, Giltrap overran the running from the right now renowned London music location, The Weavers, in 1987. After spending a great deal of time advertising live acoustic music in London, Giltrap, who got put his personal career on keep, felt the desire to record and perform once again. Recording mainly because either the Joe Giltrap Music group or like a duo with Joe Palmer, the live function culminated in his first single release for quite some time. In 1993 Where There’s Existence was released. Aside from his personal acoustic guitar, banjo, bodhran and vocal function, Giltrap recruited several guest music artists for the recording. In 2004 Giltrap was granted a Lifetime Accomplishment for Solutions To Irish Music through the Irish World newspapers.