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An Independent Irish Record label dedicated to keeping the Traditional Irish Arts alive by promoting & sustaining Fresh & Modern Irish Music
About Trad Nua
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Stephen Leeson – Reveal The Stable Sessions
Ian Drew – In Good Company The Stable Sessions
Johnny McEvoy- Into The Cauldron
Na Fianna- Haul Away- The Stable Sessions
Ian Drew- The Stable Sessions
George Murphy – Shadowman
Johnny McEvoy – The Stable Sessions
Shay Healy – Stardust
Na Fianna – The Stable Sessions 2
Johnny McEvoy – Basement Sessions 2
Na Fianna – The Stable Sessions
Na Fianna- Unearthed
Johnny McEvoy – Basement Sessions
Johnny McEvoy – Live in Belfast
Daithi Rua – The Stable Sessions
Celtic Nights 2015
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The Trad Nua Blog
A Look Into Irish Traveller Music.
The Irish Travelling community or “Travellers” are an indigenous ethnic minority group. Throughout Irish history, the Travelling community has been
All Ireland Hurling Semi Finals – The Premier County to clash with The Cats
Kilkenny 1-21 Limerick 2-17 Kilkenny came set out to accomplish one goal during the weekend which was to roll over
Stephen Leeson ‘Reveal The Stable Sessions’ Album Launch
Multi-talented Irish folk singer, songwriter and musician Stephen Leeson took to the stage this month for the launch of his
Super 8 Phase 2 Ends In A Super Showdown
A scintillating second half comeback and decimation of a team, see two Group 2 teams through to the semi-finals, while
A couple of years ago I spoke to my cousin Seighean O Draoi (Shane Drew) about any interesting characters from
Ian Drew ‘In Good Company The Stable Sessions’ Album Launch
Ian Drew launched his second Album ‘In Good Company The Stable Sessions’ on Friday night in the Soundhouse, Dublin. Ian played to a
Abandoned Gate Lodges, Various Locations, Ireland. – ByGoneIreland
Abandoned Gate Lodges, Various Locations, Ireland. (Locations undisclosed) 2015 – 2017 Once upon a time there were roughly 10,000 gate
Legends Of Ireland Folk
I stumbled across this photo recently online and it brought back so many memories for me. Being at this show
In Praise Of Musicians & Songwriters
“Picture this, if you will…” To me, this remains one of the most unforgettable opening lines I have ever heard.
The Harp-Symbol of Ireland
From early times to the end of the 19th Century Ireland is unique in having a musical instrument, the harp,
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