Shane Makem is a third generation Irish folk singer having spent two decades touring the U.S., Canada and Ireland with the band the Makem Brothers in several different incarnations. He has played before millions of people from Ottawa to Texas, California to the Caribbean & Hawaii and over to Ireland, highlighting national PBS specials and popular Irish talk shows along the way.


                     Winifred Horan


An American fiddler of Irish descent. After classical training, she became an original member of the Irish traditional musicgroup Solas.

Horan was born in New York City, New York to Irish parents and studied piano (taught by her father, a carpenter and musician) and Irish fiddle playing at a young age. She attended and graduated from the New England Conservatory in Boston, Massachusetts, where she studied classical violin, and the Aspen Music Festival and School in Aspen, Colorado. She played with multiple orchestras, including the Boston Pops Orchestra, and string quartets. She co-founded Solas in 1994, and is on fiddle and backing vocals.On her participation in Solas and, in particular, touring with the group, Horan expressed in a 2008 interview: “Traveling the world with Solas has been one of the best things about being in the band.”




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 Pat Kelleher who hails from Dripsey, County Cork, Ireland is an accomplished musician and singer and has played and sung for over 30 years and is now renowned locally and abroad for his folk singing and in particular his five string banjo playing in many styles. He is now in 2012 taking it more seriously and is starting out on a professional basis as a part time commitment for now.

 He generally performs at pubs, theatres and festivals all over Ireland and has toured in the USA, Germany and the UK.

 He has had many influences during his life, notably Luke Kelly of The Dubliners, Tommy Makem, Christy Moore, Pete Seeger, Furey Brothers, Peggy Seeger, Stan Rogers, Eric Bogle, Tom Paxton to name but a few. He has met all of these afore mentioned artists and has performed with many. Read more….



Terence O’Flaherty is a singer/songwriter from Ennistymon Co. Clare in the west of Ireland. He is from a family of singers and learned his earliest songs from family and local singers and musicians and travelling storytellers and singers. In the 1970s Terence emigrated to London and joined the thriving Irish music scene in the capital. On various occasions Terence has performed at many of the premier London venues with some of Irelands leading musicians including, The Chieftains, Planxty, The Fury’s, De Danann and Paddy Keenan. Terence has performed on radio and television and was a featured artist on BBC television at the Cambridge folk festival. His songs are played regularly on Irish radio. Terence has also performed with classical, jazz and funk artists and has performed widely in the UK, Europe and the USA. His debut album Crosscurrents was very well received and reviewed. Crosscurrents was followed by Ghosts then Trace. A fourth album is imminent.