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From Aran to Montego Bay

From Aran to Montego Bay

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~ Ceol Na Dtonn

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Paddy, Mairtin, and Tom have been delighting audiences at home and abroad since the early nineties. Their fresh, lively style has earned them return invitations to the Celtic Nations Festival in New Orleans and to Latvia, where they played in schools, clubs, and concert halls. They even had a pub named after them in Riga. This year they added a Caribbean cruise to their list of credits, which inspired them to record this wonderful CD, 'From Aran to Montego Bay'. Their relaxed approach to traditional music reflects their island background and makes them equally at home on stage, in concert, or playing a seisiun in one of the local pubs. 'Ceil na dTonn' (music of the waves), has made several local, national and international radio programs and has appeared in documentaries of Inis Mor, made by film crews from all over the world. Because of the musical talent of these three islanders, the historical title given to Inis Mor had to be extended and will now be proudly known as, The island of saints, scholars and MUSICIANS! By Olwen Gil.

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    Artist: Ceol Na Dtonn
    Title: From Aran to Montego Bay
    Genre: Folk
    Release Date: 11/4/2008
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637244904
    UPC: 703768800126
    Item #: 141277X

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