Áine Tyrrell Interview (Guitar, singing, banjo)

Episode 63 · August 18th, 2020 · 1 hr 50 mins

About this Episode

Welcome To Country; Ireland, history, emigration; who we are and where we belong. Finding culture, finding your self and finding the courage to take to the road. Away from suburban life and Tupperware. Gender disparity in Irish radio, Robert Kee and Fred Dibnah.

This is such a lovely chat - what better way is there to spend an hour?
Thanks Áine.

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Her latest single is 'We Call You Now' - watch it here:

And Áine has a gig (remember them?) coming up with the Bunyarra Culture Collective, at Brunswick Picture House, Brunswick Heads in NSW on Friday 21st at 7PM - details are here:

The songs in this week's episode are:
In This House
As Clouds Collide
The Rising of the Moon (Padraig Perase and Siobhan O'Higgins)
Hope See Me Through

The Gender Disparity Report relating to Irish radio airplay is here, and it's kind of amazing:


And lastly, Áine on Facebook:


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