Hello everybody, Well as some of know i got to perform from a wonderful venue recently. Here’s a video of a song of mine from the recent Cross Roads Céilí at The Ark. Michael Gavin and Rachel Pearson did a great job on this song and it was great to be involved in the event, thanks again to the Gavins. And great job by the team at The Ark – Ann Arbor The entire concert is still up on the Ark’s facebook page. Joe Giese and Cory did a wonderful job on the sound and video. During the rest of the concert Seán Gavin was awesome on the pipes and flute, Rachel and Michael sang songs, Mick played the fiddle and the box and there were some lovely moments.
We had a great virual tour of Dublin there yesterday I hope you’ll agree, with so many people tuning in from Dublin itself and all the Dublin songs. I had a blast and it was challenge too! Here are the shortcut links below or watch the whole thing above. If you’ve anything to add about anything we were chatting about in the Live Stream add it to the comments below thanks!
7:20 Dublin In The Rare Oul Times , Pete St. John
16:22 The Spanish Lady Trad Arrangement
22:05 The Great Fire Of Dublin (Brand New) (Whiskey Fire) Enda Cullen, Aisling Kavanagh and Enda Reilly
31:20 The Twangman’s Mot Trad Arrangement
37:03 My Dublin Girl Enda Cullen and Enda Reilly
42:55 Three Lovely Lassies From Kimmage
50:55 Ualach Ó Mo Chroí Paddy Mooloney and Enda Reilly
56:19 On Raglan Road Trad Arrangement
1:02:32 Canal Bank Hangover Walk Enda Reilly (Brand New)
1:07:27 Molly Malone (Alive Alive O) Trad Arrangement
1:12:50 The Foggy Dew Trad Arrangement
1:19:30 On Sackville Street Enda Cullen and Enda Reilly
1:26:10 The Shelley Banks Aoife Scott and Enda Reilly
1:35:30 I’m Doin’ Fine Enda Reilly
1:41:44 The Rocky Road To Dublin
The first video from a gig I did at the Button factory with Stephen James Smith last year is now up on Youtube and FB. I hope you enjoy it! Thanks to all who made it happen.
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 https://www.endareilly.com/albums
Here’s a performance of Down By The Sally Gardens from the event, I hear it in the Deep Hearts Core, live in Pearse Street Library on Poetry Day last week. Cathal Quinn and I had a lovely audience thanks to Dublin City Libraries and Guthanna Binne Síoraí. The Irish in the song and the show was translated by the one and only Gabriel Rosenstock.
the Whorls album version is over here