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The Fisher Family

Children of the Gaelic loudspeaker and occasional vocalist through the isle of Barra and a Glasgow law enforcement inspector who have sang choral music, opera, and music-hall tracks, the Fishers have grown to be respected traditional and modern folksingers. Archie Fisher sings the older songs, aswell as composing his personal, …

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Sharon Shannon

Sharon Shannon reaches the top of a summary of Irish music artists spearheading a broadening of the original music horizons. Thoroughly versed in Irish music, she’s not been scared to combine her playing on accordion and fiddle (she’s a dual risk) with all types of different designs — from reggae …

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Paddy Moloney

The sweet melodies of tin whistle and uilleann pipe player Paddy Moloney is a vital component of the Chieftains’ sound for pretty much four decades. His exclusive playing and imaginative compositions possess led the group towards the higher echelon of tradition-rooted Celtic music. Furthermore to his use the Chieftains, he’s …

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Catriona MacDonald

Scottish fiddler Catriona MacDonald (pronounced “Catrina” ) comes from the Shetland Isles, which produced the talent of famous fiddler Aly Bain. Nevertheless, MacDonald isn’t overshadowed with the greats before her. She’s been honing her build since her early youth, where she gained the name of Youthful Fiddler of the entire …

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Dave Swarbrick

Dave Swarbrick was among England’s most influential fiddlers. As an associate of Fairport Convention, between 1970 and 1979, Swarbrick was instrumental within the band’s change from Byrds-style folk-rock music group to its concentrate on upgrading the jigs and reels on THE UK. While continuing to execute on the Fairport Annual …

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Danú

Irish group Danú is usually well-known for its traditional Irish folk songs and innovative soundscapes. From Waterford in Southeastern Ireland, this septet remains near to the country’s center of music as well as the time-honored compositions shaping the features of Ireland. Danú released their debut Believe Before YOU IMAGINE on …

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Margaret Barry

The original folk songs and ballads of Ireland were preserved from the ’50s recordings of Margaret Barry. Associated her effective but untrained vocals with rustic banjo selecting, Barry was a musical impact for such trad-rock organizations as Fairport Convention, Pentangle, and Steeleye Period. Her documenting of “I Sang With the …

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Maggie Sansone

Traditional Celtic stylist Maggie Sansone was the daughter of the jazz pianist who every year gave his daughter a fresh drum at Xmas; a versatile skill who mastered from your guitar to piano to bassoon, she discovered her true phoning as a grown-up, finding the hammered dulcimer. Upon developing her …

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Caliban

Caliban is really as very much Lief Sorbye while Tempest is. Both are his brainchild and wouldn’t normally function without him. Where Tempest showcases Sorbye’s hard rock and roll leanings with Celtic textures, Caliban enables him release a his acoustically powered musical passions. The group is definitely a duo. Caliban …

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