A seamless mixture of Celtic music, jazz, and classical chamber music has provided Nightnoise their distinct audio. Nightnoise was conceived like a duo created by Irish guitarist Mícháun Ó Domhnaill, previously of Skara Brae as well as the Bothy Music group, and classically qualified American violinist Billy Oskay, soon after Ó Domhnaill relocated to Portland. The duo concept grew right into a complete ensemble whenever a demonstration tape by Oskay and Ó Domhnaill became the band’s 1st album with the help of clavinet participant Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill and flute participant Brian Dunning. Mícháel’s sister, Tríona experienced previously used her sibling in Skara Brae, the Bothy Music group, and Relativity, an organization they distributed to Scottish fiddler Johnny Cunningham and his accordionist/keyboardist sibling, Phil. Ireland-born Dunning experienced played traditional and jazz flute before shifting to traditional folk music using the group Puck Good. When Oskay remaining the band following the release of the fourth recording, Johnny Cunningham appeared a natural alternative. Cunningham’s expressive fiddling offered an extra advantage towards the band’s plans. When he elected to keep the group following a release of the album The White colored Horse Classes in 1997, he was changed by John Fitzpatrick. In the past due ’90s, Nightnoise relocated to Ireland, where they began appearing every week on Irish tv program Brid Live, broadcast by RT1 in Dublin. The group provided instrumental accompaniment for Japanese vocalist Mimori Yusa’s recording Mimori Yusa Matches Irish Superstars. Windham Hill commemorated the task of the music group in 2006 by liberating Pure Nightnoise, a best-of collection.