Musicians who recorded on "The Boys of the Town" album:
Seamus O'Kane - Photograph by Silvia Vitali
Musicians who recorded on the "Unearthed" album:
Brid is a member of a very well known musical family. Originally from Castlefin in Co. Donegal, she now lives in Galbally, Co. Tyrone. She has been hailed as one of the leading exponents of traditional fiddle playing of our time. She was senior All-Ireland champion and Fiddler of Dooney winner in 1988.
MacDara Ó Raghallaigh
MacDara also comes from a very well respected musical family. He was born and still lives near the village of Rathmoylan in Co. Meath. Like Brid, he is readily accepted as one of the leading fiddle players in Ireland at the present time. He was senior All-Ireland champion
in 1992 and is also a past winner of the Fiddler of Dooney competition.
Stevie is a native of Co. Louth, but has lived and worked in Belfast for several years. He is well known in Belfast as a top class guitarist and banjo player and is in heavy demand for both recording and gigs in the North and further afield. Contact telephone: +447988353797
Ryan Molloy lives in Pomeroy, Co. Tyrone. A former under-18 All-Ireland champion on the fiddle, he now concentrates on the piano. He has recorded a number of albums in the past few years to great acclaim. Contact telephone: +447719344810
Seamus O’Kane is a native of Dungiven, Co. Derry. He is a known throughout the traditional music scene in Ireland and has recorded with other flute players including Marcas Ó Murchú, Harry Bradley and John Wynne.
Painting of Paul and Stevie by Jim McKee
Back cover painted by Jim McKee, Bellharbour, Co. Clare.
Contact telephone: +353 87 695 3343