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An Crann Óg

D’eascair an grúpa “An Crann Óg” ó champa ceoil samhraidh a chuir lasóg sa cheol i measc an aosa óig sa cheantar. Ba iad Comharchumann Forbartha Ghaoth Dobhair a reáchtáil  an campa samhraidh in 2008 agus ar éirí thar cinn leis. Rinne siad taifead á ndlúthdhiosca “An Chéad Ghlúin” faoi stiúir cheoil Chaitlín agus PJ Joe Jack agus seoladh an dlúthdhiosca mí na Nollag 2009.

 

Tharraing an CD clú an cheoil orthu agus de bharr seo reáchtáil siad coirm ceoil

in Ionad Cois Locha, Eanáir 2010, agus bhí an teach lán go doras. Ó shin sheinn agus cheol siad ag An Cabaret Craiceáilte, Dún na nGall Beo, i mBaile Átha Cliath, Ionad Cois Locha and i gcuideachta Máire Ní Bhraonáin, Altan, Ceolfhoireann Ógánach Dhún na nGall i gcuideachta le daoine eile.

 

 

The group “An Crann Óg” were formed as a result of a successful summer music camp run by Comharchumann Forbartha Ghaoth Dobhair for three weeks in 2008.

Under the musical guidance of Caitlín and PJ Joe Jack, they recorded a CD “An Chéad Ghlúin” which was launched in December 2009. Having gone from strength to strength they have played along with Moya Brenann, Altan, The Donegal Youth Orchestra and others.

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Bliain agus fiche do Tonscnamh Lugh

Tá muid ag ceiliúradh bliain agus fiche do Trad Tráthnóna le ceoltóirí áitiúla den chéad scoth a bhí páirteach inár gcoirmeacha ceoil leis na blianta anuas. Tá cuid mhór acu ar éirigh go maith leo, as a gceart féin, mar cheoltóirí agus lucht taifeadta. Bí cinnte do gur aistear thaitneamhach a bheas anseo fríd saol an cheoil thraidisiúnta atá siúlta go mion minic againn.

 

21 Years of  Trad.

A Celebration of our 21 years with some of the  amazing local musicians and singers who have played in our Trad Trathnonas over the years, many who’ve gone on to be established performers/recording artists in their own right. This is sure to be a wonderful trip through our well travelled world of trad music.

 

 

 

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Zoe Conway/John McIntyre. With an exciting blend of eclectic fiddle and guitar music, Zoë and John are dazzling performers who  bring to the stage sympathetic arrangements of traditional Irish music, compositions and songs, old and new. Zoe has toured worldwide and has appeared in many prestigious concert halls including Carnegie Hall, New York, The Kremlin Palace, Moscow and The National Concert Hall, Dublin. John Was a founding member of Irish Indie rock band The Revs.

 

Tá meascán maith de cheol fidil agus giotáir le brath ar an tsaothar seo. Is sárcheoltóirí Zoe agus John a chuireann seó ceoil beo breabhsánta as ár gcomhar le gnéithe éagsúla dá cheol traidisiúnta idir úr agus sean. Tá an domhan siúlta ag Zoe lena cuid ceoil agus is iomaí ceoláras ina raibh sí ann, Halla Carnegie, Nua Eabhrach, Pálás Kremlin, Moscó agus An Ceoláras Náisiúnta, Baile Átha Cliath. Bhí John McIntyre ina bhall bunaidh den racghrúpa Indie, The Revs.

 

 

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Michelle O’Brien/Jesse Smith + Special Guest Lillis Ó Laoire .

Michelle O’Brien Is fidléir den chéad scoth de chuid Chontae an Chláir Michelle O’Brien agus d’fhoghlaim sí a ceird ar an bhunscoil óna múinteoir Ó Frank Custy agus ansin thug a comharsa, an fidléir clúiteach, Tommy Peoples faoina eiteog í. Ba é Tommy is mó a ndeachaigh sí i gcomhairle leis agus tá tréithe a chuid ceoil ag preabarnaigh amach as a stíl fidléireachta. Ó bhog Michelle go Baile Átha Cliath san 90’adaí,   bhain sí aitheantas agus clú amach i gcúrsaí ceoil thraidisiúnta fá Bhaile Átha Cliath.

 

Is iomaí duais mór bainte amach aige, ní hamháin duaiseanna aitheantais náisiúnta ach duaiseanna idirnáisiúnta macasamhail Craobh na hÉireann i bhfidléireachta agus duais fhidléireachta  Phan-Cheilteach . Tá ráchairt mhór uirthi mar theagascóir fidle agus í ag teagasc ag Dámh Chruinne Éireann Rince agus Ceol, Luimneach agus ag Féilte ceoil ar fud na hÉireann agus na hEorpa. I láthair na huaire tá sí ina ceoltóir cónaithe le Comhairle Ealaíon Chill Mhantáin.

Sheinn sí agus tá sé le fáil ar thaifid dá chuid Sharon Shannon, Providence, The Bow House Quintet, Aogán Lynch (Slide) agus Gavin Ralston i measc daoine eile.

Tá sí féin  agus an cláirseoir Laoise Kelly ag seinm le chéile mar dhíséad, i gcuideachta le bheith ag seinm go rialta le Tommy Peoples, Siobhán Peoples, Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill agus Providence.

Michelle O’Brien, from County Clare, learned her music from acclaimed music teacher, Frank Custy, at primary school and was then taken under the wing of her neighbour, the legendary Tommy Peoples. It is Tommy who became Michelle’s main influence and his distinctive style of playing can be heard in her music. Michelle moved to Dublin in the 90’s and is an influential member of the Dublin traditional music scene ever since.
Michelle has an All-Ireland Fiddle title and Pan-Celtic fiddle title to her credit and is a much sought after tutor of the fiddle, teaching at the World music centre, Limerick and at many Festivals throughout Ireland and Europe. She is currently ‘musician in residence’ for Wicklow Arts Council.

Michelle has featured on recordings by Sharon Shannon, Providence, The Bow House Quintet, Aogán Lynch (Slide) and Gavin Ralston, amongst others.

She currently plays in a duo with harper Laoise Kelly, and regularly performs with Tommy Peoples, Siobhán Peoples, Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill and Providence.

Jesse Smith

Fáisceadh Jesse Smith amach as saol an cheoil. Sheinn agus rinne a mháthair, Donna Long, taifead le Brendan Mulvihill  agus Cherish the Ladies, banna ceoil bunaithe sna Stáit Aontaithe. Buaileann a athair, John, ar an ghiotár. Chaith Jesse a óige i gcuideachta Ghaeil Mheiriceá agus a gcuid ceoil. Thosaigh sé  a fhoghlaim na fidle Ó Bhrendan Mulvihill nuair nach raibh sé ach dhá bhliain déag d’aois. Bhog sé go hÉirinn in 1998 agus thaisteal sé leis an bhanna Danu fá choinne trí bliana agus thaifead sé dhá cheirnín ina gcuideachta agus d’éirigh leis aitheantas ceoil  a fháil ón BBC in 2001. Thaifead sé féin dlúthdhiosca amháin The Tap Room Trio agus bhí sé mar aoi cheoltóir ar albaim le Harry Bradley, Cherish the Ladies, Colm Gannon, Alan Kelly, Sharon Shannon, Enda Scahill, Tim Dennehy agus Donna Long. D’éirigh go hiontach maith ar fad lena thaifead aonarach Jigs and Reels agus bhí sé i measc Deich Albam na Bliana a roghnaigh Earle Hitchner ina cholún páipéir san Irish Echo i Stáit Aontaithe Mheiriceá. Is minic é ag teagasc  ag  scoltacha samhraidh na tíre seo agus chuile bhliain bíonn sé ina oide ceoil ag Scoil Samhraidh Willie Clancy. Bíonn sé le feiceáil go minic ar chláracha ceoil teilifíse macasamhail Geantraí, The Raw Bar, clár RTÉ, The Reel Deal. Ar na mallaibh, bhronn Institiúid Teicneolaíochta Dhún Dealgán Céim Máistreachta air, ar son a chuid taighde ar Michael Coleman Shligigh, saothar oibre a bhfuil súil aige cur i gcló gan mhoill.

Fiddle player, Jesse was born into a musical family. His mother Donna Long has recorded and performed with, most notably, Brendan Mulvihill and the American-based band, Cherish the Ladies. His dad John sings and plays the guitar. Jesse grew up immersed in the Irish music tradition having spent his childhood surrounded by many of the great Irish American musicians. He started learning the fiddle at age twelve from Mulvihill. He moved to Ireland in 1998 and has since toured with the band Danu for three years, recording two CDs with them, and receiving an award from the BBC in 2001. He has recorded one CD with The Tap Room Trio, and appeared as a guest musician on albums by Harry Bradley, Cherish the Ladies, Colm Gannon, Alan Kelly, Sharon Shannon, Enda Scahill, Tim Dennehy and Donna Long. His well received 2002 solo recording entitled Jigs and Reels appeared in Earle Hitchner’s Top Ten Albums of the Year column in US paper, The Irish Echo. He teaches at many of the Irish music summer schools and is an annual teacher at the Willie Clancy Summer School. Television appearances include Geantraí, The Raw Bar, and the RTE program The Reel Deal. Most recently he has received a Master of Arts degree from Dundalk Institute of Technology for his research thesis on Sligo’s Michael Coleman, which he plans to publish in the near future.

Lillis Ó Laoire .

A sean-nós singer from Gort A’ Choirce, Co. Donegal, who teaches courses in Irish language, folklore and Celtic Civilisation in the School of Irish, NUI Galway.
His books on folklore and music include a special interest in the Songs and Singers in Tory Island past and present has just been published in Ireland by Cló Iar-Chonnachta in association with Scarecrow Press.

Is duine é Lillis Ó Laoire a bhfuil blianta fada dá shaol caite aige ag plé leis an amhránaíocht ar an sean-nós agus a d’éirigh aníos ar maos i gcultúr na Gaeilge.
Is as Gort an Choirce ó dhúchas é,  Lillis cuairt ar Thoraigh ar dtús nuair a bhí sé sna déaga agus tá sé ag tarraingt ar an áit ó shin. Thug sé cuairt ar amhránaí aosta de chuid an oileáin, Séamas Ó Mianáin, i 1984 agus chuir sé iontas an domhain air an stór ollmhór amhrán a bhí aige agus ag muintir Thoraigh.

 

 

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Louise Mulcahy

De bhunadh Mhainistir na Féile, Co. Luimnigh, Louise Mulcahy agus tá aithne leitheadach uirthi mar cheoltóir agus mar theagascóir píob uilleann agus fliúiteanna. Níl sé ach i ndiaidh a céad albam aonair a sheoladh Tuning the Road.  Sheol sí trí albam chlúiteach roimhe seo lena hathair Mick agus a deirfiúr Michelle. Cúpla bliain ó shin, sheinn sí ar albam díolama, A New Dawn, a chur na Píobairí Uilleann le chéile. Is iad teaghlaigh ceoil cnámh droma agus smior an cheoil go minic agus déanann siad cinnte go dtéann traidisiún an cheoil ar aghaidh ó ghlúin go glúin, ní hamháin go háitiúil ach ar bhun domhanda chomh maith. Tá teaghlach Uí Mhaolchathaigh ina fhianaise ar seo, tá siad ar cheann de na teaghlaigh imraiteach sin  a choinníonn traidisiúin an cheoil beo beitheach. Thaisteal Louise Mulcahy ar fud na hÁise chomh maith leis Nua Shealáin, An Astráil, An Eoraip, Meiriceá agus Ceanada. Is iomaí féile ar fud na cruinne ina raibh sí ina sár-oide ceoil feadóige agus na píobaí uilleann, ina measc, Seachtain Augusta sna Stáit Aontaithe, Seachtain Ghaeilge na Catskills, Ceol Aneas- Nua Shéaláin, Scoil Samhraidh Willie Clancy, Féile Mhaistrí an Thraidisiúin Bheanntraí and Cruinniú na bhFliúit, Baile Bhuirne. Ina chuideachta sin sheinn sí na píobaí uilleann ag tionóil in Oirthuaisceart Cheanada agus ag tionól Chris Langan Piping, Toronto. Ghlac sí páirt i gcuid mhór cláracha raidió agus teilifíse in Éirinn agus thar lear agus is í a chur i láthair, clár ceoil TG4, Geantraí. Is í an t-aon duine, ó bunaíodh Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann, a bhain ceithre Chraobh na hÉireann sóisearach in aon lá amháin. I láthair na huaire, tá sí ag cur críoch lena Céim Máistreachta, i gColáiste na Tríonóide.

From Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick, Louise Mulcahy is a well-established performer and tutor on both uilleann pipes and flute. Louise has recently released her début solo album titled “Tuning the Road”. Alongside three highly acclaimed album releases with father, Mick, and sister Michelle, Louise appeared a number of years ago on Na Píobairí Uilleann’s compilation of young pipers entitled “A New Dawn’’. Musical families are often the backbone of multi-generational continuity within that global community, and no musical family today is more impressive in upholding the best principles of the tradition than the Mulcahy Family. Louise has toured extensively throughout the world including performances in Asia, New Zealand, Australia, Europe, America and Canada. Louise has been a guest tutor at many festivals across the globe including Augusta Irish Week in the United States, The Catskills Irish week, Ceol Aneas- New Zealand, The Willie Clancy Summer School, Masters of Tradition Festival in Bantry and Cruinniú na bhFliúit, Baile Bhuirne amongst others. Louise has also performed at many Uilleann Piping events including The North East Coast Piping Tionól and The Chris Langan Piping Tionól in Toronto. She has appeared on numerous television and radio programmes in Ireland and abroad and has also presented the traditional Irish Music series “Geantraí” for the Irish language television station TG4. Louise is the only person in the history of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann to have won 4 senior All Ireland titles on the same day. Louise is currently completing her Masters Degree at Trinity College Dublin.

“Mulcahy’s repertoire is as broad, welcoming and discerning as her instrumental virtuousity.”  -  The Irish Times

 

 

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Clann Mhic Ruairí

Ceathrar deartháir, Tony, Aodh, Sean, Dónal agus iníon Tony, Megan atá sa ghrúpa traidisiúnta ceolmhar seo as Rann na Feirste, atá i nGaeltacht Thír Chonaill. Cuireann siad i láthair a gcuid amhrán dúchasacha le casadh comhaimseartha agus cuideachta ach mar sin féin táthar dílis d’anam traidisiúnta na n-amhrán.

 

“Is ceoltóirí aonaracha den chéad scoith na deartháireacha seo uilig, ach seo an deis agat Aodh, Dónal, Sean, Tony agus a iníon Megan as Rann na Feirste, a chluinstin le chéile in aon ghrúpa amháin darbh ainm Clann Mhic Ruairí. Tabhair cluas daofa agus líonfaidh a gcuid ceoil álainn do chluasa, do chroí agus d’anam.

Four brothers, Tony, Aodh, Sean, Dónal and Tony’s daughter Megan make up this lively, impromptu traditional Gaelic singing group from Rann na Feirste in the Gaeltacht of North West Donegal. They perform traditional songs with a contemporary innovative and inspirational approach retaining the traditional purity and integrity.

“Individually, they are all renowned singers, but now the Mac Ruairí brothers Aodh, Dónal, Sean, Tony and his daughter Megan from Rann na Feirste have been collectively been performing as Clann Mhic Ruairí. Together, these five individuals create a beautiful sound like only a family of voices can, singing in their native tongue”.

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 Dermot Byrne, Floriane Blancke,.

Dermot Byrne is without doubt one of the finest button accordion players in the world today. As well as being a member of award winning Trad Superstars “Altan” he has collaborated with some of the finest musicians in the world. His CD Dermot Byrne is one of the “Bibles” of the genre and can be found in everyone’s CD Collection.

 

Ó thaobh Dermot Byrne de, níl mórán a sháros é ar an domhan chláir mar chnaipchairdíneoir. Tá sé aitheanta mar bhall den ghrúpa chlúiteach Altan agus seinnte aige le plúr na gceoltóirí ar fud an domhain. Tá a CD Dermot Byrne ar thús cadhnaíochta ó thaobh ceoil de agus tá ráchairt mhór ar an dhlúthdhiosca céanna seo.

 

Florian Blancke. Hailing from France is a talented harpist, fiddler, pianist and vocalist who has embraced into Irish Traditional Music circles over the past number of years. The grand-daughter of Jazz musician Stanislas Suranyi, her music has been greatly influenced by this native Hungarian Gypsy style, and of Martha Blancke, Classical French Violinist.

 

Is í an Fhrainc, tír dúchais, Floriane Blancke, agus tá sí ina cláirseoir, fidléir, pianódóir agus ceoltóir den scoith, ar chuir ceol dúchasach na hÉireann faoi dhraíocht í le cúpla bliain anuas. Is gariníon í den cheoltóir snagcheoil Stanislas Suranyi, agus tá stíl Ghiofóg na nUngárach le haithne ar a gcuid ceoil i gcuideachta le tionchar Martha Blancke, veidhleadóir clasaiceach Francach.

 

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  Aoife Ní Fhearraigh     featuring “Cathal Ó Curráin, Emma Ní Fhíoruisce, Catriona Ní Ghribín agus Eva Ní Dhoibhlinn”[Crannog]                          

 

Saolaíodh agus tógadh Aoife Ní Fhearraigh i nGaoth Dobhair agus tá sí aitheanta mar cheann de shár cheoltóirí traidisiúnta na linne seo.  Thar na mblianta thaisteal agus cheol Aoife ar fud na hEorpa, Na Seapáine agus Stáit Aontaithe Mheiriceá. Tá taifid déanta aici i gcuideachta ceoltóirí macasamhail Tim Wheater, Phil Coulter, Liam Lawton agus Peter Corry.

Is féidir leat a glór meallacach a chluinstin ar chluiche Playstation – Metal Gear Solid Original, The Best is Yet to Come (canta i nGaeilge), cumtha agus curtha le chéile ag Rika Muranaka.

 

Aoife Ní Fhearraigh was born and raised in the Donegal Gaeltacht of Gaoth Dobhair and is considered today one of the foremost of a new generation of traditional singers.  Over the years Aoife has toured and performed in Europe, Japan and the United States.  She has recorded and performed with various artists such as Tim Wheater, Phil Coulter, Liam Lawton and Peter Corry.

You can also hear her haunting voice on the Playstation Game – Metal Gear Solid Original, The Best is Yet to Come (sung in Irish), written and produced by Rika Muranaka

 

 

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 MAIRTÍN O’CONNOR, DONAL LUNNY& ZOE CONWAY

Máirtín O’Connor, bosca
Zoë Conway, fidil

Donal Lunny, gíotar agus basúcaí

Turas Ceoil Traidisiúnta

Is iad seo triúr ceoltóir atá chomh maith agus atá sa tír ag seinm le chéile ag an choirm ceoil seo.. Tá máistreacht ealaíonta ag Mairtín O Connor ar an bhosca. Chuir a stíl lasrach ceoil gluaiseacht le mórshaothar Riverdance.   Cuir sa lúb cheiliúrtha céanna a shaothar le De Dannan, Midnight Well and Skylark, i gcuideachta leis  an cháil a bhain sé amach mar cheoltóir aonarach agus a chuid taifead stiúideo le Rod Stewart, Elvis Costello and Mark Knopfler, níl iontas ar bith go bhfuil sé luaite  ar dhuine de na ceoltóirí bosca is fearr sa tír.

Is fidléir den scoth Zoe Conway agus is sárcheoltóir í atá chomh cumasach ag ceol Jazz Laidineach  le Rodrigo y Gabriella nó mar shaoi aonarach le Ceolfhoireann Aireagail na hÉireann. Sheinn sí i gcuideachta Lou Reed agus Nick Cave agus shiúl sí an domhain le Riverdance. Ach tá sé le haithne ar a sár- albam aonarach, go bhfuil a croí istigh i gceol traidisiúnta na tíre seo.

 

Tá aithne leitheadach in Éirinn ar Dhónal Lunny ó thaobh ceoil traidisiúnta giotár agus basúcaí. Tá á lorg le haithne ar bhannaí ceoil éagsúla mór le rá macasamhail Planxty, The Bothy Band, Altan agus Moving Hearts. Is cumadóir, cóiritheoir agus léiritheoir den scoth é. D’obair sé le healaíontóirí clúiteacha macasamhail Van Morrison, Rod Stewart, Elvis Costello and Kate Bush.

Zoë Conway, fiddle
Máirtín O’Connor, button accordion

Donal Lunny, guitar and bouzouki

Traditional Music Tour

Máirtín O’Connor is a  box player in the very top echelon.” Irish Music Magazine

Virtuoso – one of Ireland’s most gifted young musicians.” The Irish Independent on Zoe Conway

Donal Lunny… a man who has been at the coal face of Irish music for the past five decades.” Hot Press

Bringing together the dazzling talents of three of the country’s finest musicians. The consummate button box player, Máirtín O’Connor was one of the driving forces behind the Riverdance phenomen

ZOE CONWAY, MAIRTÍN O’CONNOR & DONAL LUNNY

Máirtín O’Connor, button accordion
on. Add to that his work with the bands De Dannan, Midnight Well and Skylark, his reputation as a composer and solo artist, and recording sessions with Rod Stewart, Elvis Costello and Mark Knopfler, and it’s easy to see why O’Connor is regarded in the folk firmament as something of a national treasure.

Fiddle player Zoë Conway is an awesome talent equally at home playing and singing Latin jazz with Rodrigo y Gabriella, as a guest soloist with the Irish Chamber Orchestra, performing with Lou Reed and Nick Cave, or touring the world with Riverdance. However, traditional Irish music remains close to her heart, witnessed in her highly-acclaimed solo albums.

Guitar and bouzouki player Donal Lunny needs no introduction, having made his name as a member of the hugely influential groups Planxty, The Bothy Band, Altan and Moving Hearts. A gifted composer, arranger and producer, Lunny has also worked with rock and pop musicians such as Van Morrison, Rod Stewart, Elvis Costello and Kate Bush.

 

 

July 2nd// 02Iúil Caitlín Nic Gabhann, Ciaran Ó Maonaigh, Caoimhín Ó Fearghail

Caitlín Nic Gabhann Three times winner of the All-Ireland Fleadh Cheoil on concertina, also an accomplished dancer and joined Riverdance in 2009.  She is an award winner in the University College Cork Music Department, where she graduated in 2009 with first class honours.

Tá an Chraobh Náisiúnta i gcomórtas an chonsairtín bainte aici trí huaire as a chéile i bhFleadh Cheoil na hÉireann agus is damhsóir den scoith í a chuaigh le Riverdance in 2009. Tá gradaim bainte amach aici n Roinn an Cheoil, Coláiste na hOllscoile Corcaigh, an áit ar bhain sé céim céad onórach amach in 2009.

Ciarán Ó Maonaigh is a brilliant fiddle player in the Donegal Style, from Gaoth Dobhair, County Donegal. A grandson of Proinsias Ó Maonaigh (a.k.a. Francie Mooney), he was the 2003 TG4 Young Traditional Musician of the Year. Ciarán is also a member of Award winning  Trio “Fidil”.

Is fidléir den scoith Ciarán agus tá stíl fidle Thír Chonaill go beacht aige. Is as de bhunadh Ghaoth Dobhair, Co. Dhún na nGall, é agus is garmhac don iarfhidléir aitheanta Proinsias Ó Maonaigh é. In 2003 bhain sé Amhránaí Óg na Bliana i nGradam Ceoil TG4. Is duine é den ghrúpa Trio é a bhfuil mórán gradaim bainte amach acu.

Caoimhín Ó Fearghail  hails from An Rinn in the Waterford Gaeltacht. He started to learn the tin-whistle at the age of eight,  He quickly progressed to the uilleann pipes, under the tutelage of David Power and later Jimmy O’Brien-Moran.

As a fledgling piper he won three All-Ireland titles under the age of twelve. He has also won awards as a soloist on  flute and guitar, inspired by such diverse flute players as Matt Molloy, Mike Rafferty and Tom Doorley.

Is de bhunadh na Rinne, i nGaeltacht Phort Láirge Caoimhín Ó Fearghail. Ní raibh sé ach ocht mbliana d’aois nuair a thosaigh sé a fhoghlaim na feadóige. Ní raibh sé i bhfad go deachaigh sé i mbun na bpíob uilleann faoi mháistreacht David Power agus Jimmy O’Brien, nach maireann. Mar fhidléir óg bhain sé trí Chraobh Náisiúnta faoi dhá bhliain déag d’aois.. Tá gradaim bainte aige ar an fhliúit agus ar an ghiotár agus is macasamhail Matt Molly, Mike Rafferty agus Tom Doorley a chuireann faoi gheasa an cheoil é.