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Auteur Grainne MCCOOL
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ArticleThe Byrne Brothers talk to Grainne McCool about their musical family success in the USA.
ArticleGrainne McCool puts in a lockdown call to Bundoran.
ArticleKate Rusby has been on the professional music scene for nearly 30 years. Well, 27 to be exact. So it was an absolute delight for Grainne McCool to catch up with her for a pre-Christmas chat.
ArticleLeonard Barry, Delan Folan and Shane McGowan have bene playing together for many years. Their new album "Hurry the Jug" is out now. I really enjoyed catching up with these three renowed musicians, ...
ArticleGrainne McCool in conversation with Karan Casey.
ArticleGrainne McCool talks to banjo player Stevie Dunne about his new album.
ArticleWinners of the 2017 MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards' Folk Band of the Year, Talisk are certainly one of the fastest rising bands on the international folk scene, writes Grainne McCool.
ArticleThe Unwanted, Cathy Jordan, Rick Epping and Seamie O'Dowd, are three Sligo-based musicians who bring with them an exceptional talent and a lifetime dedication to their music, writes Grainne McCool.
ArticleJigjam are a multi-award winning quartet from the head of Ireland, the Midlands. Grainne McCool discovers they've spent the early part of 2018 in Dollywood, Tennessee.
ArticleGrainne McCool talks to Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh of Altan.
ArticleIt really was a delight to catch up with Cara recently to discuss her career and her new album, Wanderer, writes Grainne McCool.
ArticleGrainne McCool talks to Cathal Hayden and Niall Murphy of the Bow Brothers.
ArticleGrainne McCool talks to Kila, who are celebrating 30 years of making new music.
ArticleGrainne McCool meets the Henry Girls in Letterkenny who have released their new album.