The Craic Fest begins tonight, March 5, snow or no snow!
Wherever she goes, you want to go with her– says Philomena Connors about Julie Feeney’s performance at SubCulture last week.
Dan Neely takes a look at the two -week residency of Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill, who are performing with such guests as Dan Trueman, Doveman, and Ivan Goff, through Sept. 29
Julie Feeney’s third CD, “Clocks,” has a delicious, fantastical atmosphere that resists the pressure of the second hand.
Irish Arts Center is profiled on NYC-ARTS tonight, Thursday, May 23
How it’s New York: Highline Ballroom is in NYC, and Julie Feeney has played in NYC before, where we love her! Listen to Julie on this podcast, and read reviews that have been put up about her here and here. How it’s Irish: Julie Feeney hails from Galway, Ireland. While her songs are original, she […]
How It’s New York: Julie Feeney is electic and original, like this great city.How It’s Irish: Julie is an Irish girl, and her work has Irish magic in it.Irish songstress Julie Feeney performs tonight at Highline Ballroom. Here’s our review of her show last spring at Irish Arts Center. We eagerly await a new CD […]
How It’s New York: Julie is performing at Irish Arts Center, and her brand of fusion and performance has a definite New York vibe to it. We love to see her when she’s in town! How It’s Irish: Julie is, of course. She’s from County Galway. Mike Farragher is bowled over by singer and artist […]
How It’s New York: The gig is at Rockwood Music Hall, which features lots of musicians in one hour sets, most are free (Sarah’s not, but it’s only $10), from the very well known to the up and coming. Sarah Siskind plays there this Thursday, Julie Feeney is there on the 18th.How It’s Irish: Sarah […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Aedín Moloney on the world premiere of Eva the Chaste and her company Fallen Angels Theatre (through July 24); Julie Feeney on her album Pages; Megan Downes and Paul Keeting on the Tradition Irish Ceili with Catskills Irish Arts Week performers, at Lincoln Center July 13, Midsummer Night […]
Lucy Healy-Kelly finds that Julie Feeney’s voice takes her where troubles melt like lemondrops! How It’s New York: Lafayette Street’s Joe’s Pub welcomes Julie back for her third performance of the season, part of the Imagine Ireland programme. It also marks the Stateside launch of her second album Pages. A self-confessed NY fan, Julie just […]
How It’s New York: Julie was part of the delegation that came to NYC for the launch of Culture Ireland’s Imagine Ireland year-long program, and has picked up a lot of fans with her performances here. Her blend of original, unusual songs with Irish lyricism is tailor-made for eclectic New Yorkers. She performs at Joe’s […]
How It’s New York: at one of the city’s best pubs, with three Irish-American and two Irish writers. And one of the conclusions of the panel, led by Colum McCann, was that only in America was there such a range of different ethnicities in writing so thoroughly embraced. Ruda Dauphin is a native– and she’s […]
Well it’s March— and for the New York Irish, that means BUSY: Reception for Dr. Mick Moloney, and his show on the Famous McNulty’s at Symphony Space; Craic Fest; Michael Flatley Lord of the Dance– 3-D, among others! Apart from gearing up to launch the New York Irish Arts Podcast, an interview/arts program, I’ll be […]