A Day Well Spent With Peter Doran


Myles O'Reilly's, Arbutus Yarns.

A glorious day spent in the Irish countryside with songwriter Peter Doran. First Peter plays his song Little Room while we stopped by his Granny’s house, then Peter performs the new song Tug, taken from his latest album release online now, due for hard copy release in September.

Please take time to visit Peter Doran’s website http://www.peterdoran.com

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Both Michael Brunnock and Brendan O’ Shea have been asked to sing at The Irish Arts Center, as part of a songwriters series called ‘SongLives’.

The new series showcases Ireland’s contemporary songwriters, bringing the richness of the busking tradition of Dublin’s Grafton Street to New York City.

In February, March and May, the Irish Arts Center invites you to spend an evening with some of Irelands best contemporary songwriter as they tell their stories up and close and acoustically in the intimate Donaghy Theatre.

The series is Curated by Grammy Award-winner Susan McKeown,

Friday, February 17th, 8pm…Susan McKeown and Declan O’ Rourke

Friday, March 23rd, 8pm…Michael Brunnock and Brendan O’ Shea

Friday, May 11th, 8pm…Mark Geary and Ann Scott

Admission:$18 for non-members of IAC/$15 for members

Michael will have copies of his album ‘The Orchard’ for sale at this concert. So we really would love to see you at this very important event for both Michael and Brendan but for all artists within Fairplay Collective.

This program is made possible, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and Culture Ireland, the agency for the promotion of Irish arts worldwide.