Mulholland & McCluskey

By Brendan Mulholland and Micky McCluskey

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  1. Bó Mhín Na Toitean
    The Watchmaker
    Humours Of Max
  2. Sonny Brogan’s
    Paddy Fahy’s
    Feilimí’s Misfortune
  3. Síocháin Agus Suaimhneas
    Dáithi’s Dance
  4. Lena’s
    Winter Chill
    Summer Breeze
    The Stretchy Jeans
  5. Daffodils On The Hillside
  6. The Broken Pledge
    Splendid Isolation
    Black Pat’s
  7. Condon’s Frolics
    Sheep In The Boat
    Headwood Crossing
  8. Momo’s Tune
    The Pernod
  9. The Trip Round Mallusk
    Baby Rory’s
    Matilda’s
  10. The Parting Glass
    Christmas Eve

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Bio :

- Brendan
Co. Antrim born flute player Brendan Mulholland from Glenavy is widely regarded as one of the finest exponents of traditional Irish flute playing in Ireland today. He is in constant demand both at home and abroad for his flute concerts, workshops and lectures. Brendan has featured on several studio albums including Mary Dillon and has performed throughout Europe and the USA with artists such as Music in the Glen, Gráinne Holland, Realta, John Carty and Bríd Harper. His first solo recording Jean’s Hill, released in 2012, was met with much critical acclaim and his trio act Music in the Glen with Conor Lamb and Deirdre Galway have also received widespread recognition on their debut album in 2018.

- Micky
Native of Co, Armagh, Micky has been playing guitar and Bouzouki for more years than he cares to remember. He has featured on albums for Artists such as Realta and Grainne Holland.
He has performed throughout Europe and the USA with many artists including Ben and Tommy Sands, Phil Coulter, Gráinne Holland, Realta, Bríd Harper.

Re: Mulholland & McCluskey

It’s brillant! Great playing and tune selection! Can’t thank you enough!

Re: Mulholland & McCluskey

Socks officially blown off. Discovered this album on iTunes this morning. How sexy and mysterious the tunes are. Love the way they accelerate and catch the tune on the way back to earth. Great take on a super repertoire.