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Podcast: Play in new window | Download You’ve still got this weekend to get into some tartan for tartan day– so say Frank McGreal, who’s supervising the Tartan...

The boys from Belfast (Craobh Rua) put on a terrific show Sunday night at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship, in a show sponsored by the Folk Project...

Lúnasa at Highline last week were wonderful–even without Seán Smyth, who we were told was studying for some kind of medical exam, it was a great...

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Imelda May talks about burlesque and pub lock-ins; Simone Kirby talks about her role in Molly Sweeney and Paul Keating...

I am a huge fan of these guys–  I wrote about Matt for Irish Examiner USA last February.  He’s a great and also very funny fiddler who I met up in the...

It’s next weekend, so if you’re a musician planning to compete you could still bone up!  The convention itself is in San Antonio this weekend, but if you...

New York/NJ dates 3/28 and 3/29! Imelda May (Brian Lowe) The Beacon Theater on NY may even be sold out– so don’t wait.  She’s at the State Theater in...

Lúnasa in Long Branch, last year  Our trivia question was:  What is Seán Smyth’s dayjob?Sean Halpin, at the reception for the WSHSO Friday, told me...

This Weekend’s Best Events – March 18-20, 2011.png by nyirisharts on Aviary Wow, we didn’t notice either that the New York Daily News had given the band this...

The concert at Glucksman Ireland House to launch the Washington Square Harp and Shamrock Orchestra was a treat– there was a reception beforehand, a reception...

Kevin Crawford of Lunasa, among others, suggested this video– a CLASSIC!  Enjoy!  and don’t forget– Lunasa are playing the Highline on the 21st!

It’s high time vaudeville—variety, anyway—made a comeback.  Mick Moloney and Athena Tergis play in front of a slide of the Famous McNulty...

It’s high time vaudeville—variety, anyway—made a comeback.  Mick Moloney and Athena Tergis play in front of a slide of the Famous McNulty...

 –via Mick Moloney that is!  He says:   The McNultys were the ultimate Irish family group, vaudevillians who entertained people in the tough years after...