A New Booking Option
I am pleased to announce a new booking option for evertyone who prefers to work online, if you click on the link below it will bring you to a portal where you can request booking information and quotes, then actually book the show I hope you like it.
An American Wake
A new and exciting colaboration with Brian Cunningham from Atlantic Steps. Mc Daids Sessions is a show celebrating the Irish and our journey to America, featuring the songs, dance and stories from both home and abroad. A journey that captures the heartbreak of leaving home, the comedies of adapting to new traditions, the joy of new friendships to share our lives with and the ever abiding love of home and family. It is the sory of Irelands' sons and daughters, both todays and yesterdays, the tears and laughter, the story of how Irish song, dance and humor has melted into Americas heart, grown and returned home and ultimately the story of the Irish soul.
Christy Moore Tribute:
Having always loved Christy's music and enjoyed performing many of his songs I have, after much cajoling from my friends, put together a Christy Moore tribute show called "Moore Christy! Based loosely on his highly acclaimed and much loved 1994 album "Live at the point" I try to capture the energy, emotion, and power of Christy live.
"In the fall of 1994 Christy announced a 2 night gig at the Point Depot in the heart of Dublin's dockland. The shows sold out so quickly that more were soon added and eventually 12 nights were booked and over 50,000 people got to participate in one of Ireland's great live performances. And so came one of Ireland's best selling folk CDs, this album remains as a testament to his extraordinary gift for entertaining audiences.
Christy has always been the sort of artist who records albums in support of his live act, not the other way around. A lot of his songs are written with an audience in mind, as was the opening "Welcome to the Cabaret," heard here in a smoldering rendition that makes the 1990 studio recording seem tepid in contrast all the way through to the final song "Nancy Spain" Christy holds his audience in the palm of his hand.There is an energy, a joie de vivre to this recording that is sometimes missing from Christy's studio albums. It captures one of the greatest talents in Irish folk at peak form - enjoy." (Evan Cater, All Music Guide)
So keep your eyes open for details and gigs dates for the new show.