The Trí-Tones

By The Trí-Tones

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  1. George Peoples’
    Eileen Curran’s
  2. Paddy Fahy’s
    Crabs In The Skillet
    Both Sides Of A Coin
  3. The Newcastle
    The Princess
  4. John O’Dreams
  5. Lehane’s
    Padraig O’Keefe’s
  6. Sarah’s Fiddle
    Walking The Plank
  7. Johnny O’Leary’s
    The King’s March
    The Girls Of Banbridge
  8. O’Keefe’s
    John Brosnan’s
    The Road To Glen
  9. Yellow
  10. Penistone Shroud
    John McGrath’s
    Jean Carignan’s
  11. Bothar Bhaile Na Bealach
  12. Gan Ainm
    Josephine Keegan’s
    The E To E

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The Trí-Tones

Conor Moriarty ~ button accordion
Tara Breen ~ fiddle
Stephen Rooney ~ guitar, vocals

Conor Moriarty (Kilcummin), Tara Breen (County Clare), and Stephen Rooney (County Down) are All Ireland champions at Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann and individually are some of the leading musicians on their respected instruments. Their debut album is a wonderful dynamic mix of stunning melodies and exquisite arrangements. The songs on the album are set to an alluring blend of Rooney’s fantastic vocal accompanied by the elegant vocals of Ciara McCrickard.

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Road to Glen

I suspect “The Road to Glen” is a misnomer for (or a variation of) “The Rocky Road to Mount Collins”:

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“I suspect ”The Road to Glen“ is a misnomer for (or a variation of) ”The Rocky Road to Mount Collins"

Yes, I would agree with that. It’s certainly not the reel “The Road to the Glen”.