Baby Green/White Newborn Shamrock Booties

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A lovely madness, the 2004 debut from County Antrim’s Beoga, is still one of my favourite trad recordings of all time. With top class musicianship, great taste in material and a wonderful ebullience that comes through loud and clear even within the confines of a studio, the band really only lacked one thing, and that was a singer. Well, now they’ve got one. Hailing from County Limerick, Niamh Dunne has a beautifully warm, smoky voice that wraps itself snugly around everything from the upbeat 1920’s ditty ‘Please don’t talk about me when I’m gone’, to a spine-tingling cover of Steely Dan’s ’Dirty Work’, with lovely harmonies from Liam Bradley and Eamon Murray. She’s also a classically trained violinist whose smooth fiddling is the perfect addition to the existing four-piece lineup of accordion, percussion, keyboards and assorted strings. Instrumental numbers include bouncy original tunes from most of the members, in glorious arrangements featuring guest appearances on several tracks from the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, no less.

Mischief’ features more original compositions plus a few surprises from the lads along with newest member, singer and fiddler, Niamh Dunne

Recommended for any dancer wanting something new and fresh sounding to practice to!