ArticleAidan O'Hara writes about an Irish award-winning fiddle virtuoso.
ArticleAidan O'Hara writes about a leading Irish scholar and one of the greatest collectors of Irish music and song.
ArticleAidan O'Hara writes about the esteemed Clare fiddler with "an easy-going and likeable personality" whose playing style was described as gentle "with an exceptional flair for variation".
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.
ArticleOn the tenth anniversary of Liam Clancy's death, here is a personal recollection by Sean Laffey.
ArticleAn appreciation by Mark Lysaght.
ArticleMusicians Ashley Davis and Cormac de Barra provide the backgrounf about their innovative new album in conversation with Deirdre Cronin.
ArticleBodhran player and percussionist extraordinaire Colm Phelan is a busy man. He takes time out there to talk to Mark Lysaght.
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, says Grainne McCool.
ArticleAidan O'Hara writes about Irish folk-song collector and archivist, Tom Munnelly.
ArticleAn appreciation of the Derryman who made his mark in Philadelphia.