Links for “solo musicians”

  • Ed Palmer Old Time Music

    Ed palmer plays old time folk and country music on his guitar, harmonica and piano. also his three daughters sing vocal www.edpalmer.com

    # Added by Ed palmer .
  • Connie O’Connell

    Original Compositions from a Master Fiddle Player.

    The Department of Music, University College Cork, is delighted to host this exciting initiative by one of the great masters of Irish traditional music, the fiddle player Connie O’Connell. Connie’s teaching has been at the heart of traditional music studies at University College Cork for nearly forty years and his profile as one of Ireland’s leading fiddle players has brought great honour to the University throughout that time.

    Here, Connie shares a collection of over sixty recently composed jigs, reels, hornpipes, slides and polkas, and a few of his older compositions which have become popular. We hope the collection will become a valuable source of new traditional music for musicians and scholars, and that the tunes will give pleasure to many players and listeners for years to come.

    # Added by Jeremy .
  • Zahatar: Acoustic String Band’s “The Little Country”album on Kickstarter through July 4th!

    We want to have the opportunity to record an album version of The Little Country song cycle, which began as single melody lines in the appendix of one of Charles de Lint’s urban fantasy novels from the early 90’s. These tunes had never before been arranged for string band in their entirety, until now. Zahatar recently held a sold-out performance of the song cycle, and recording an album is our next endeavor.

    We love playing Celtic music, and The Little Country is a project that’s very near and dear to us. We want to share this experience with the world!

    Please check out our Kickstarter page and consider a pledge - most reward tiers include either a digital copy of the album or a physical copy or both!

    # Added by Christopher Grano .
  • Sweet Music - Fiddle, Mandolin Lessons and Entertainment since 1986

    Mandolin Lessons - 29 years experience

    Private Lessons
    a) weekly/hourly
    b) in person or SKYPE
    c) 2 recitals a year
    d) outside playing opportunities

    Group Lessons
    a) Monday Nights 7-8:30pm in 01075 USA
    b) 2 recitals a year
    c) outside playing opportunities

    Mandolin Orchestra
    a) Friday Nights 8-10pm in 01075 USA
    b) 2 concerts a year

    Visit http://www.adamrsweet.com to find out more and contact me for lessons

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  • Irish Fingerpicking Guitar Vol.1 and Vol. 2 - Jean Banwarth

    Two books for fingerstyle Guitar, with tabs and scores for DADGAD and standard tuning
    Every tune is given in both classical writing & tabs, fingerings are indicated if necessary.
    Bilingual edition (French / English). The books includes DVDs with videos from
    https://www.youtube.com/user/jeanbanwarth

    # Added by Jean2 .
  • Robbie MacGowran with Ruairi Kelly on YouTube

    Three jigs from the new CD "Basically"by Robbie MacGowran with Ruairi Kelly:The trip to Athlone/Patsy Geary’s/Tailor Smalls

    # Added by tradrocks .
  • Robbie MacGowran on YouTube

    Two reels from the new CD Basically by Robbie MacGowran,
    The Virginia and Trim the velvet.

    # Added by tradjunkie .
  • Sinead Hayes - Fiddle Teacher In Manchester

    Website for Galway fiddle player and teacher Sinead Hayes, based in sunny Manchester UK!

    # Added by sineadhayes .
  • Colm Gannon Music

    Colm Gannon was born, in Dorchester, Boston, Massachussettes of Connemara parents. His father John, from Droim and his mother Gerry from Tuirin. He learned to play his music from his father and his brother Sean. Colm won the all Ireland in 1994 on the button accordion and then moved to Ennis, Co. Clare with fiddler Jesse Smith where he got to live and play with all the great musicians there. After a couple of years there, Colm was asked to join “Riverdance the show” which he toured with for four years. Colm has toured the states with world-renowned Sligo based band “Dervish”. Colm also performed with Dolly Parton, in “Dollywood” with the show Ragus. Colm is now living back in his father’s home place, Droim, and is currently playing all over the country and the US promoting his new album with Jesse Smith and John Blake; “The Ewe with The Crooked Horn” after the great success of his solo album “Return to Droim”, which featured guest artists such as; John Carty on banjo, Jesse Smith on fiddle and John Blake on piano, guitar and bouzouki. Since then Colm has released a duet album, with his father John Gannon titled “Trasna Na dTonnta”, traditional music and songs from Connemara. On this recording Colm’s aunt, Maureen Creighan is featured singing two beautiful songs in gaelic. Sadly, Maureen is no longer with us but her singing is preserved for future generations to hear on this recording. The duet is accompanied by John Blake from London, on guitar and piano. Colm has also appeared as a guest musician on many albums and worked with artists like: singer, John Beag O’Flaharta, Mick Conneely, Seomsamh O’Neactain and Martin Meehan as well as many others. Colm appeared in the critically acclaimed movie, “The Guard“, starring award winning actor Brendan Gleeson and recorded the soundtrack with Gay McKeon, CEO of Na Píobairí Uilleann, Johnny McDonagh of DeDannan and Mary Corcoran. Colm has just finished a masters degree in Traditional Music Performance at the University of Limerick and has just released a new album titled “The Rights of Man”. Here is a small bit of info on his latest project.

    The Rights of Man

    Accompanied by:

    Alec Finn on Bouzouki and Johnny “Ringo” McDonagh on Bodhran (members of DeDannan), John Blake on Piano and Guitar and special guest, Kelly Gannon on Concertina.

    On this recording the tunes are sourced from many places, mainly, old cylinder recordings from the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s, and the 78 recordings. As well as that there are many tunes sourced from rare home recordings and music that influenced him from childhood up until the present.

    # Added by ColmGannon .
  • An Bothy Boy - in omós do Mhícheál Ó Domhnaill

    An Bothy Boy - in omós do Mhícheál Ó Domhnaill: documentary from T4G posted in three installments. A wide ranging biography of the quiet but massively influential guitar player, singer, composer and producer with contributions from many who played in his various groups. Includes recorded clips of Skara Brae, The Bothy Band, Nightnoise etc.

    # Added by Edgar Bolton .