Danny O’Flaherty plus Mulvihill, Carberry and Brouder

February 5, 2024
Danny O’Flaherty plus Mulvihill, Carberry and Brouder
Danny O'Flaherty

 

DANNY O’FLAHERTY + MULVIHILL, CARBERRY & BROUDERIrish balladeer and storyteller Danny O’Flaherty joins Mulvihill, Carberry and Brouder – three masters of Irish traditional music including Brendan Mulvihill (fiddle), Angelina Carberry (banjo), and Dan Brouder (accordion). Danny is a native Irish speaker from the Gaeltect (Gail-tuck) region of Connemara on the West Coast of Ireland. Much of his time growing up was spent around the turf fire listening to songs and stories of his elders, and this instilled in him the desire to pass the music on! He is a singer, songwriter and performer of Folk and Celtic music and is dedicated to preserving the heritage of our ancestors.Brendan Mulvihill, coming from County Limerick in Ireland, is a world renowned Irish fiddler, teacher and composer. For over 50 years he learned tunes from traditional music legends from his youth and his compositions have been recorded by other world renowned artists and are popular in sessions and among traditional musicians around the world. Brendan teams up once again with Ireland’s Music and Culture TV (TG4 Gradam Ceoil’s) 2021 Musician of the Year, Angelina Carberry, and Dan Brouder, a well-respected exponent of the West Limerick accordion style. Both Carberry and Brouder have been praised by The Irish Times for their “well-earned reputation as a banjo/accordion duo who let the tunes do the talking.” Following a successful tour on the U.S. east coast in 2023 to launch the Martin Mulvihill Collection of Irish Traditional Music, Brendan, Angelina and Dan will join Danny O’Flaherty to share a few nights of music, song and stories in Texas and Louisiana.

“O’Flaherty weaves a musicaltapestry that captures thetrue…celebration of heritage,folklore and the joyous magicthat unites us all.” 

The Examiner

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