Interview With Levi Lovell / The Big Lovin’

tweety stuff @ronanfromcork This was first published in The Evening Echo [Cork] on 2018-9-27, text underneath photo. “The stars have aligned, and the world is ours for the taking”, the confidence of Levi Lovell, the frontman of The Big Lovin’, can’t be doubted and judging by ‘Adiadiadio’ – their debut single – that confidence is well and truly justified. TheContinue reading “Interview With Levi Lovell / The Big Lovin’”

Culture Night 2018 Overview

tweety stuff @ronanfromcork This was first published in The Evening Echo [Cork] on 2018-9-20, text underneath photo. Culture Night’s continuing popularity and growth means there are now over 1600 venues participating nationally, hosting over 4000 free events. For this year’s edition Cork City has over 100 venues putting on a myriad of events, the programme covers the entire breadth ofContinue reading “Culture Night 2018 Overview”

Interview With Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh / Quiet Lights Festival

tweety stuff @ronanfromcork This was first published in The Evening Echo [Cork] on 2018-9-7, text underneath photo. Over the last decade or so, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh has developed into one of the most inventive and daring artists on the Irish Traditional music landscape. He is one fifth of the critically lauded ‘The Gloaming’, who sold out 7 nights in aContinue reading “Interview With Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh / Quiet Lights Festival”

Interview With Radie Peat / Quiet Lights Festival

tweety stuff @ronanfromcork This was first published in The Evening Echo [Cork] on 2018-8-9, ________________________________ While all the acts playing the Quiet Lights Festival are established and have played Cork many times, the collaboration concert between Katie Kim and Radie Peat will only be the second time they have performed as a duo. Their debut concert was in April ofContinue reading “Interview With Radie Peat / Quiet Lights Festival”

Interview with MamaSongue / Camilla Grieshel

tweety stuff @ronanfromcork A shorter version of this was first published in The Evening Echo [Cork] on 2018-8-16, text under the photo of article All the musical roads that Camilla Grieshel has travelled will connect at The Everyman Theatre when the Swedish born, West Cork based singer performs ‘Mamasongue’, which she premiered in Skibereen in April to a tremendous response.Continue reading “Interview with MamaSongue / Camilla Grieshel”