Posts Tagged ‘Irish Echo’

"Dancing at the Crossroads" by Kevin Ferguson is on PBS tonight, Sept. 4- don't miss this wonderful glimpse at the Emerald Isle of New York. (and if you do...

Gwen Orel's 2010 interview with the late Joe Derrane, a man who'd rather play than talk.

Sailing the sea is perilous, in Ireland or in Philadelphia. John Kearns shares his short story "Tulip Street," set in Philadelphia.

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

How It’s New York: The Craic Festival was conceived by local Terence Mulligan, and brings Irish film to a NY audience. You can read an interview I did with...

How It’s New York: New York is full of concerts and culture and busy lives. Here’s a way we can get to concerts and yet stay home.How It’s Irish: Concert Window...

How It’s New York: Larry Kirwan lives in NYC, and plays there. He’s a regular around town, for years a regular at Paddy Reilly’s Music Bar, and often reads at...

How It’s New York: Larry Kirwan can often be seen at the Irish American Writers & Artists evemts, when not playing gigs at Connolly’s, Paddy Reilly’s, B.B....

How It’s New York: Micheál Ó Raghallaigh and Danny O’Mahony’s stripped-down appeal is popular with young musicians here as well, including Dan Gurney...

(@Tomasz Sienicki) How It’s New York: We’d love to be able to claim that Record Store Day started in NYC. It’s not true, but there are many in NY who...

Tunes in the gazebo How It’s New York: The Augusta Irish/Celtic Week Heritage Week is coordinated by Dan Neely, who runs the session at Lillie’s...

\How It’s New York: Jack Coen (who was based in the Bronx), John McGann and Barney McKenna  inspired and taught some of the musicians playing around the city...

In case you haven’t made your plans for Catskills Irish Arts Week yet, here’s more incentive to do so!  Lovely piece from Earle Hitchener (who also writes about...