For the last few years I’ve had the pleasure and privilege to have been a judge in the All-Ireland secondary schools music competition called Scléip. Here’s a little video in the Irish language in which I was interviewed, which shows the talent coming from all over the country in the Irish language.
Here’s a hopeful tale I wrote a few years back on New Years Day. And Ruairi Galavan did a great job making a video for me in the old Bewleys Cafe Theatre, I hope 2019 is excellent for everyone!
So we had a great EP launch show with some Christmas songs thrown in for the time of year. Thanks again to Eimear Lynch who played amazingly on fiddle to Sive for her wonderful support slot and to Amy Kelly for joining us on the last song. I was delighted my good friends Aoife Scott and Stephen James Smith could join me onstage also.
So a number of people sent me videos of various parts of the show from their phones and I thought it’d make a nice montage video to remember the evening. Thanks you all for sending them my way. Here’s the video, do share especially with anyone who was there on the night or those who may have missed the show but would have liked to have been there. Thanks. You can still get the EP or other albums here http://www.endareilly.com/albums
The CD is now available to buy online via Bandcamp or the Where the Sweetest Waters Flow Album page
I’ve added a bonus track to the Bandcamp version. It’s an Irish version of Samurai Sword from one of my Live Streams a while back.