Tag: celtic music

Three Versions of Book of Days

Three Versions of Book of Days

I am listening to the soundtrack of a Ron Howard film  Far and Away released in 1992. It stars Tom Cruise (Pre-Lestat) and Nicole Kidman. It’s about Irish immigrants seeking fortunes in America during the 1890s. Nicole looks convincingly Irish in the movie. Tom, no matter what he does will always be German. I think it’s a […]

On Life and Writing Music Reviews

On Life and Writing Music Reviews

Creativity is tricky. It seems that the more you prepare to work on the something, the more you end up procrastinating. This post is something out of the blue. I have been meaning to write but things get in the way: my writing commitments in Sphere Music, Celtic Music Fan and American Made Insider. The funny thing is that, […]

Musical Comedy:Shamus and Steve’s Crazy Celtic Journey to Glasgow

Musical Comedy:Shamus and Steve’s Crazy Celtic Journey to Glasgow

Shamus and Steve’s Crazy Celtic Journey to Glasgow is a musical comedy in the bardic tradition of storytelling. Artist Steven Hawson sent me a message about his new musical project. My curiosity was piqued. This isn’t just any project. It’s a comedy using Celtic music as a vehicle. The story of Shamus and Steve is […]

Louder: The Marwills

Louder: The Marwills

  Song: Burn Down Easy Album: Marwill St. Band: The Marwills Vocals: Brett Bonvie Guitars: Graeme McGillivray & Jesse Morrissey Bass: Adam Stevens Drums: James Law Thanks to Brett Wildeman for taking the footage of the CD release show. Edited by James Law The audio is from the CD and the footage is from the […]

Paula: The Ambience of Stitching (Interview)

Paula: The Ambience of Stitching (Interview)

Paula O’Brien Paula O’Brien makes music and stitch patterns based on how she sees the world. Paula O’Brien (better known as just Paula) has impressed friends with her hobbies. Apart from making music, she also stitches on the side earning her a story in one of UK’s top magazines about cross stitch. As of this […]

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Visual Artist and Musician Eva McCauley: The Power of Light and Air (Interview)

Visual Artist and Musician Eva McCauley: The Power of Light and Air (Interview)

A painter’s paradise: Eva McCauley talks about how in Ireland, “the air is infused with moisture, and because of that, there is a luminosity to the light  that is very unique, and an incredible thing for a painter to experience.” Technology has a way of bringing visual artists and musicians together. Art has become multimedia. […]

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