Legends Of Ireland Folk
I stumbled across this photo recently online and it brought back so many memories for me. Being at this showRead more.
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.Read more.
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,Read more.
“Sea Shanties”- Hugh Finn
The sailors from generations ago must be turning in their briny graves to think that sea shanties are now sungRead more.
Abandoned Cottage, Co. Limerick, Ireland-ByGoneIreland
The last trip brought me to a very unique place quite unexpectedly. We took a wrong turn, once maybe twiceRead more.
Na Fianna’s New Album ‘Haul Away’ The Stable Sessions
Na Fianna are to release their Fourth Album this month. The Stable Session 'Haul Away' will be Na Fianna's thirdRead more.
Ian Drew-Johnny McEvoy
'Johnny McEvoy "In a strange way I wouldn't have recorded A Stable Sessions Album/DVD if it wasn't for Johnny. BackRead more.
The Story Behind “Green Umbrella” Hugh Finn(Na Fianna) -Unearthed Album
It was a dark, miserable night in Dublin city centre, and I had just finished a rather subdued gig atRead more.
A Brief Introduction to Irish Music History
Traditional Irish Music has always been a massive part of Irish culture. It is music that is instantly recognisable allRead more.
Ian Drew meeting Finbar Furey
Ian Drew meeting Finbar Furey. "Finbar is one of the first of the folk legends I had the privilege toRead more.