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The Druid, Tina Lech, Teddy Davis, John Coyne, Rory Coyne, Jimmy Noonan, Seamus Noonan, Ronan Quinn, Kathleen Conneely, Sean Clohessy, Laura Feddersen, Nathan Gourley, Kieran Jordan, Martin Langer, George Keith, Frank Woulfe, Helena Delaney, Josh Dukes, Dylan Foley & Owen Marshall | Live at the Druid

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Some of the finest traditional Irish music, recorded live in one of Boston's best loved music bars.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Blackberry Blossom / Farewell to Connaught (Reels) [Live]
Ted Davis, Tina Lech, George Keith, Sean Clohessy & Owen Marshall
3:09 album only
2. Joe Derranes (Clancy's Fancy) / Killarney Boys of Pleasure / The Boogie Reel (Reels) [Live]
Jimmy Noonan, Dylan Foley & John Coyne
4:21 album only
3. Dancing Eyes / Fly in the Porter (Jigs) [Live]
Helena Delaney, Sean Clohessy & Owen Marshall
3:58 album only
4. My Own Dear Galway Bay (Song) [Live]
John Coyne, Sean Clohessy & Owen Marshall
4:06 album only
5. Tar Road to Sligo / My Mind Will Never Be Easy (Jigs) [Live]
Ted Davis & Tina Lech
3:23 album only
6. Galway Bay / The Harp and Shamrock (Hornpipes) [Live]
Ted Davis, Tina Lech, George Keith, Sean Clohessy, John Coyne & Owen Marshall
4:20 album only
7. The New Policeman / The Drunken Landlady / The Road to Garrison (Reels) [Live]
Seamus Noonan, Rory Coyne & John Coyne
4:00 album only
8. When You Were Sweet Sixteen (Song) [Live]
Ronan Quinn, Sean Clohessy & John Coyne
3:58 album only
9. The Girl That Broke My Heart / The Cedars of Lebanon (Reels) [Live]
George Keith & Martin Langer
3:31 album only
10. Sergeant Early's / Sean McGlynn's / My First Night in America (Jigs) [Live]
Jimmy Noonan, Dylan Foley & John Coyne
3:49 album only
11. Red Tom of the Hill / Eleanor Kanes / The Morning Star (Reels) [Live]
Nathan Gourley, Laura Feddersen & Josh Dukes
3:46 album only
12. Port Shean Tseain (Old John's Jig) / The Girl from the Big House / Stan Chapmans (Jigs) [Live]
Frank Woulfe, Helena Delaney, Sean Clohessy & Owen Marshall
4:40 album only
13. Blue Green Bangle (Song) [Live]
Ronan Quinn, Sean Clohessy & John Coyne
3:46 album only
14. Darby the Driver / Dooney Rock / The Humors of Ballingarry (Jigs) [Live]
Kathleen Conneely, Sean Clohessy & John Coyne
3:16 album only
15. The Bag of Spuds / Boy on the Hilltop / John Henry's (Reels) [Live]
Ted Davis & Tina Lech
4:17 album only
16. An Rogaire Dubh / Paddy Taylor's (Jigs) [Live]
George Keith, Sean Clohessy & Owen Marshall
3:08 album only
17. Mulvihill's / The Coalminers / The Abbey Reel (Reels) [Live]
Jimmy Noonan, Seamus Noonan, Ted Davis, Tina Lech, George Keith, Sean Clohessy & John Coyne
3:10 album only
18. Magic Nights in the Lobby Bar (Song) [Live]
John Coyne
4:25 album only
19. The Concertina Reel / Ah Surely (Reels) [Live]
Sean Clohessy, George Keith & Owen Marshall
3:34 album only


Album Notes
At the heart of Inman Square in Cambridge, tucked between Boston & Somerville, The Druid has become an oasis for traditional Irish music. Owned & operated by Mikey Crawford, a native of Ennistymon in Co. Clare, its connections to, & reverence for, Clare’s musical heritage are clearly evident as soon as you enter. Down through the years we’ve been lucky enough to have had some of the best Irish musicians either side of the Atlantic settle themselves into the corner of our establishment & play their hearts out.

The tunes & songs on this disk give a flavor of the many magic nights we’ve shared here. Recorded on a bright, cold & windy weekend in November, as we approached the Thanksgiving holiday, the music reflects the people & personalities, individual styles, the craic, & most of all – the warmth of character that has helped establish the Druid as one of Boston’s great Irish music bars.

We dedicate this recording to memory of our good friend & colleague Paul Conneely. Paul was a big fan of the music & our Tuesday night barman who made sure the revelry didn’t get too out of hand - Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam

Part of the proceeds generated from this recording will go to benefit several local causes within our local community & beyond.

We hope you enjoy it.
releases September 1, 2017

All tracks recorded by Josh Dukes & Dylan Foley of Big Boy Productions on site in The Druid on November 20th & 21st 2016.

Mixed by Josh Dukes
Mastered by Sean Keegan
Artwork & Design by Mary Keane



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