The Ghostlight Sessions November
Category - Music Date - 07/11/2018 8:00 pm
Hailing from Mayo, Vickers Vimy craft songs that dwell on the borders of Folk and Americana. They’ve collaborated with Colm Mac Con Iomaire (The Frames & Swell Season), recording in Nick Seymour (Crowded House’s) studio and shared the RTE Music Train with Christy Moore, Paul Brady, Kodaline and Jack L. Their 2nd album Atlas Of Hearts was released on March 31st 2018.
“Vickers Vimy make a lovely sound, ‘Atlas Of Hearts’ is an album I will be dipping into for months and years to come” – John Creedon, RTE Radio 1
Inishowen based Kate O’Callaghan is a hugely respected presence on the Donegal music scene. Her beautifully evocative melodies and intelligent considered lyrics run the full range of emotions from the sublime to the cathartic creating a wondrously skewed, refracted version of folk that is haunting, poignant and uplifting.
“Beautifully evocative; a treat for the senses” – Goldenplec
Shauna McDaid’s distinctive blend of rich, soft and powerful vocals adds a haunting beauty to her traditional and folk noir stylings – a beauty and emotion that lingers in the air long after the last note has been delivered. No stranger to the stage, she’s recently supproted one of Ireland’s great balladeers, Mick Hanly, and is currently working on her debut EP.
One of Ireland’s finest singer songwriters, Edelle McMahon recently released her long-awaited debut album entitled Adventures In Narcissism – a five year culmination of writing and recording which has received glowing reviews. Edelle’s captivating vocals and intricate guitar picking frame songs that feature an incisive insight into character and a wry world view.
‘Really beautiful…. a gorgeous album.’ – Ralph McLean, BBC