Posts Tagged ‘Cherish the Ladies’

Congratulations to Joanie Madden, named winner of the 2018 Eugene O'Neill Lifetime Achievement Award by Irish American Writers & Artists!

Jayne Pomplas says The Stepcrew "makes you want to dance!"

Dan Neely reviews "Forget-Me-Not" from Rose Flanagan and Laura Byrne: "brilliant stuff from two of the best."

Joanie Madden describes a gathering of old and new friends in Cherish the Ladies' live CD and DVD, "An Irish Homecoming."

@Mark Pippenger How It’s New York: Cathie Ryan lives on the East Coast now and we expect to see her often locally. The concert took place in a studio...

How It’s New York: Marie Reilly is the Protocol Officer of the Irish Consulate in NYC. How It’s Irish: Reilly is from County Longford, and the tunes on the CD...

Irish Consul General Noel Kilkenny and Joe Hurley How It’s New York: It’s all taking place in Lincoln Center, and it’s an outdoor summer event. Olympics,...

How It’s New York:  Three out of five of the performers live in the New York area.  Joanie Madden said it is her home, she could never leave it!  (listen...

How It’s New York: Paul Keating, author of this piece, runs Catskills Irish Arts Week, and about music for the Irish Voice.  If it’s Irish music in NY (and...

How It’s New York:  Joanie Madden is a Yonkers gal, from the Bronx, and among her many awards she has a street named after her on the Grand Concourse, and...

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