The fiddle player Paddy Cronin was born in the 20s in Co. Kerry. He learned fiddle from Padraig O’Keefe, and is known for his style which combines the Sligo and Sliabh Luacra styles, and his unusual tune settings.
The group Cruinniu playing at the Cooley/Collins festival, with 3 tunes : the Boys of Bluehill and 2 reels. With Jack Talty (keyboard), Ann Marie Grogan (flute), Caitlíin Nic Gabhann (concertina), Siobhán O’Donnell (bodhrán and vocals), Damien O’Reilly (accordion) and Áine Bird (fiddle).
Caoinleach glas an fhómhair & Larkin’s beehives – Róisín Nic Dhonnacha, tin whistle
Senan Shortell and Naoise Kettle play “Paddy Fahy’s Jig” on concertina and fiddle
The Traidphicnic Irish traditional music festival will take place in Spiddal from July 5-7 2019; with Liz Kane & Danny O’Mahony, the Friel Sisters and many more…
Ann & Nicky McAuliffe playing a selection of jigs on tin whistle.
Jason McGuiness plays a Reavy reel “Love at the endings”.
2 jigs from the great Mike Rafferty (Irish flute) with Willie Kelly on fiddle
Paddy Canny & Peadar O’Loughlin playing 2 reels : The Old Bush & Geehan’s
Catherine McEvoy playing a set of reels on the Pure Drop. The tunes are the Old Copperplate and the New Copperplate.