“Hello everyone (and a special hello to everyone who is new to this newsletter – thanks for joining us!)
“I’ve been really busy recently, though not doing as many concerts as usual. It’s all been interesting stuff though; I’ve been developing a classical (inspired by folk) programme for Northern Sinfonia to perform at . . . → Read More: News from Kathryn Tickell
Join us for a very exciting evening of music with a contemporary string band SUPERGROUP! These six musicians from including Darol Anger from the Republic of Strings, Joe Walsh from The Gibson Brothers, Brittany Haas from Crooked Still, Wes Corbett from Joy Kills Sorrow, and Courtney Hartman from Della Mae are coming together and generously . . . → Read More: OLS Benefit Concert, Wednesday, April 11 – 8 pm, Portland, Maine (Press Release)
Press release March 15, 2012
For immediate release
Suvi Oskala’s debut solo album has been released in February 2012. The album consists of music composed between 2004 and 2011 by Suvi Oskala with improvisation in each piece, making each performance unique! The percussionist Oskari Lehtonen features as a guests artist on the album. The CD . . . → Read More: Suvi Oskala: Soolo has been released! (Press Release)
You may remember Tamson House Music as the label for Charles de Lint’s first album and MaryAnn Harris’ EP, both of which we’ve reviewed. Our review of de Lint’s Old Blue Truck is here, and Harris’ Crow Girls is here.
You should also remember that we noted the release of de Lint’s music video, “Muddy . . . → Read More: Tamson House Music
We’ve been busy preparing for the Saltwater Celtic Music Festival at beautiful Thomas Point Beach in Brunswick, Maine on July 14-15. Highlights will include, naturally, a diverse roster of internationally renowned Celtic musicians as well as a sand beach, manicured grounds, superior food vendors and Celtic Merchant Mart. Kevin O’Hara will return to emcee on . . . → Read More: Saltwater Celtic Music Festival: An Update (Press Release)
and lend a hand with an update. There’s a few things in the hopper worth your time, I think.
First up, a fun little book from Glen Cook. Fun? you say? From Glen Cook? Yep. Take a look at Sung in Blood to see what I mean.
Ever hear of MI37? Thought not. There’s a . . . → Read More: Thought I’d Pop Over