Episode 92: Gráinne Brady Interview (Fiddle)


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From Cavan to Glasgow. Party houses and late night tapes. Finding your feet in sessions that suit. Creating your own space to play. The Navvy poet Patrick MacGill, The Road Across The Hill, Newcomer and The Children Of The Dead End.

In this episode we play:

The Road Across the Hills
By and By

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The artist that I spoke about that designed Gráinne's covers is called Somhairle MacDonald and you'll find him here:

Thanks fo much for this Gráinne. I can't wait to hear what's next.



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