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Pioneering 5-string styles to play traditional tunes from Ireland, Celtic lands, ex-Celtic lands, and the Celtic diaspora.

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Sharon Shannon - Live at Dolan's Warehouse 2006

From Tom Hanway on 5/16/2015 6:04:35 PM

Irish and Celtic musicians have long flirted with and absorbed other musics into the living tradition. Here is a contemporary example by Sharon Shannon and The Big Band. That's her lovely sister Mary on 4-string with Gerry O'Connor playing fiddle (not banjo):​

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9DGQWiL9ms

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Banjowen says:
5/17/2015 9:41:19 AM

Absolutely wonderful music played by fantastic musicians....Wow!


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