Saturday 23rd October 2021

Delighted to be part of this year’s Patrick O’Keeffe Festival in Castleisland, Co. Kerry.

Saturday 23rd October 2021
3.30pm

Singing Concert

Venue: Hartnett’s Bar

Don Stiffe
Mickey MacConnell
Ella Marie O’Dwyer
Tim Dennehy
Niamh Parsons

September 3rd ’21

https://niamhparsons.bandcamp.com/

Bandcamp Friday 3rd September 2021

From Bandcamp…….On the first Friday of every month since March of 2020, we’ve waived our revenue share to help support the many artists who have seen their livelihoods disrupted by the pandemic. Over the course of these 14 days, fans paid artists and labels $59 million dollars, helping cover rents, mortgages, groceries, medications, and much more. If you’re among the nearly 800,000 fans who participated, thank you.The next Bandcamp Friday will be on September 3rd, and we’ll continue to hold those on the first Friday of every month thereafter for the rest of 2021.If you’ve started to feel guilty about buying music on any day other than Bandcamp Friday, here’s something to keep in mind: on Bandcamp Fridays, an average of 93% of your money reaches the artist/label (after payment processor fees). When you make a purchase on any other day of the month (as 2.5 million of you have since March, buying an additional $190 million worth of music and merch) an average of 82% reaches the artist/label. Every day is a good day to directly support artists on Bandcamp!

Bandcamp Friday

So Here’s to You -…

https://niamhparsons.bandcamp.com/track/so-heres-to-you-the-flogging-reel-trim-the-velvet-fred-finns-reels

Graham and Tony singing

FROM BANDCAMP – On the first Friday of every month since March of 2020, we’ve waived our revenue share to help support the many artists who have seen their livelihoods disrupted by the pandemic. Over the course of these 13 days, fans paid artists and labels $56 million dollars, helping cover rents, mortgages, groceries, medications, and much more. If you’re among the nearly 800,000 fans who participated, thank you.The next Bandcamp Friday will be on August 6th, and we’ll continue to hold those on the first Friday of every month thereafter for the rest of 2021.If you’ve started to feel guilty about buying music on any day other than Bandcamp Friday, here’s something to keep in mind: on Bandcamp Fridays, an average of 93% of your money reaches the artist/label (after payment processor fees). When you make a purchase on any other day of the month (as 2.5 million of you have since March, buying an additional $190 million worth of music and merch) an average of 82% reaches the artist/label. Every day is a good day to directly support artists on Bandcamp….

Solo@Home on YouTube Droichead Arts Centre

Solo@Home comprises of 8 weeks of videos, curated by singer/songwriter S.J.McArdle in association with Droichead Arts Centre, Drogheda, and LMFM Independent Radio station. The series lineup includes myself, Niamh Regan, Thomas Walsh, Dagogo Hart, Sonny Condell, Oliver Cole, Róisin Ward Morrow and Sean Mathews. I was honoured and delighted to be included and throughout the series there will be 5 songs which I recorded at home – of course – loosely based on the theme ‘Women of the Night’. My songs are included in Episodes 1, 2, 3, 4 – with my final song in Episode 7. Here is the final episode.

Solo@Home comprises of 8 weeks of videos, curated by singer/songwriter S.J.McArdle in association with Droichead Arts Centre, Drogheda, and LMFM Independent Radio station. The series lineup includes myself, Niamh Regan, Thomas Walsh, Dagogo Hart, Sonny Condell, Oliver Cole, Róisin Ward Morrow and Sean Mathews. I was honoured and delighted to be included and throughout the series there will be 5 songs which I recorded at home – of course – loosely based on the theme ‘Women of the Night’. My songs are included in Episodes 1, 2, 3, 4 – with my final song in Episode 7

Solo@Home comprises of 8 weeks of videos, curated by singer/songwriter S.J.McArdle in association with Droichead Arts Centre, Drogheda, and LMFM Independent Radio station. The series lineup includes myself, Niamh Regan, Thomas Walsh, Dagogo Hart, Sonny Condell, Oliver Cole, Róisin Ward Morrow and Sean Mathews. I was honoured and delighted to be included and throughout the series there will be 5 songs which I recorded at home – of course – loosely based on the theme ‘Women of the Night’. Songs included in Episodes 1, 2, 3 and 4 so far.

Episode 6

Episode 5

Episode 4 will be premiered on Sunday 6th June at 11 am – why not put a reminder!

GIG FOR GAZA

Myself and Graham are very honoured to be part of this fund-raiser organised by Musicians Union of Ireland and SIPTU.

The Gig for Gaza will be available on Monday on the MUSICIANS UNION OF IRELAND Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/MusiciansUnionofIreland/posts/1525948087736595 and also on the SIPTU Digital YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/siptudigital

If anyone cannot access Facebook, donations can be made on the Middle East Children’s Alliance website https://secure.everyaction.com/AUWs21rKXUW_obajEMyeXA2

Solo@home on Youtube Droichead Arts Centre

Solo@Home comprises of 8 weeks of videos, curated by singer/songwriter S.J.McArdle in association with Droichead Arts Centre, Drogheda, and LMFM Independent Radio station. The series lineup includes myself, Niamh Regan, Thomas Walsh, Dagogo Hart, Sonny Condell, Oliver Cole, Róidin Ward Morrow and Sean Mathews. I was honoured and delighted to be included and throughout the series there will be 5 songs which I recorded at home – of course – loosely based on the theme of ‘Women of the Night’.

Looking forward to Ep 3 Sunday 30th May at 11 am The song I sing here is ‘Where Soldiers Go, 1848’ Written by singer/songwriter from Boyle, Co. Roscommon – Helen Grehan.

Solo@Home comprises of 8 weeks of videos, curated by singer/songwriter S.J.McArdle in association with Droichead Arts Centre, Drogheda, and LMFM Independent Radio station. The series lineup includes myself, Niamh Regan, Thomas Walsh, Dagogo Hart, Sonny Condell, Oliver Cole, Róidin Ward Morrow and Sean Mathews. I was honoured and delighted to be included and throughout the series there will be 5 songs which I recorded at home – of course – loosely based on the theme of ‘Women of the Night’.

Ep. 2, Sunday 23rd May – The song I sing is called ‘When I was a young Girl’ a traditional American song, associated with ‘The Unfortunate Rake’, St. James Infirmary, The Streets of Laredo, and Lock Hospital.

Solo@Home comprises of 8 weeks of videos, curated by singer/songwriter S.J.McArdle in association with Droichead Arts Centre, Drogheda, and LMFM Independent Radio station. The series lineup includes myself, Niamh Regan, Thomas Walsh, Dagogo Hart, Sonny Condell, Oliver Cole, Róidin Ward Morrow and Sean Mathews. I was honoured and delighted to be included and throughout the series there will be 5 songs which I recorded at home – of course – loosely based on the theme of ‘Women of the Night’

Solo@Home | Episode #1 The song I sing is ‘The Banks of the Clyde’ written by the great Linda Thompson.