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Two producers, one concert, many surprises Special

Toronto - Hal Willner is known for his creative music explorations, both on albums and live onstage. Having produced concerts honoring Neil Young, Harry Smith, and Leonard Cohen, Willner now turns his sights to award-winning musician/producer Daniel Lanois.

Howie B's 'Down With The Dawn' a portrait of loss and life Special

Scottish DJ/producer Howie B. is perhaps best-known for his work with U2, Bjork, Tricky, and Ry Cooder. But he's also a gifted artist in his own right. His latest album offers a wide range of sounds, and references deeply personal experiences.

Irish Post Punk Gets Its Time To Shine Special

There’s more to Irish rock than U2, as a new compilation proves. Strange Passion, released this summer, showcases the vital post punk Irish music scene, offering contemporary sounds and a peek into a world that hasn’t been celebrated until now.

Gavin Friday: Artist, Irishman, catholic Special

Dublin - There was a twinkle in Bono's eyes when he sang “The Last Song I’ll Ever Sing” from the stage of Carnegie Hall in October 2009. The song belongs to his friend Gavin Friday, and encapsulates his style: mischief-maker, sexy chanteur, culture vulture.
 

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The Virgin Prunes  with Gavin Friday (centre). 

“Bands like The Virgin Prunes were never properly...
The Virgin Prunes, with Gavin Friday (centre). “Bands like The Virgin Prunes were never properly give their due,” says McCreesh.
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Gavin Friday performs live at Dublin s Olympia Theatre November 29th  2011. 

“Deep down  Ireland ...
Gavin Friday performs live at Dublin's Olympia Theatre November 29th, 2011. “Deep down, Ireland is a little bit hippie," the artist says. "It likes its pint of Guinness, it likes its spliff. There’s a bit of a natural-folk thing here. Ireland tends to go for more straightforward stuff instinctively.”
Peter Rowen

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