Kevin Burke - In Concert

Kevin Burke - In Concert

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(September 2001) The Bank of Ireland, The Beare Island Reel, The Blackbird, Lucy Campbell, The Butterfly, Bonnie Kate, The Cottage Groves, Doctor Gilbert, The Earl's Chair, In the Tap Room, Itzikel, Up Sligo, Jenny's Chickens, The Jolly Tinker, Kitty O'Shea, Maudabawn Chapel, McFadden's Handsome Daughter, he Mountain Road, The Old Torn Petticoat, Out With The Boys, Roll In The Barrel, The Rollicking Boys Around Tandaragee, Sean Ryan's Jigs, Walsh's Hornpipe.

Kevin Burke is one of the most influential musicians to emerge from the Irish traditional music revival of the last 30 years. His inimitably silky, lyrical style was a cornerstone of the legendary Bothy Band, and he remains an active member of such Celtic supergroups as Patrick Street and The Celtic Fiddle Festival. Now Burke comes to New York for a concert celebrating his new solo CD, In Concert. Raised in London to parents from County Sligo, Ireland, Burke has come to be associated with the elegant, ornamented Sligo style of playing.

Burke has recorded with artists as diverse as Kate Bush, Arlo Guthrie, Paul Brady and Doug Dillard, and released a string of solo recordings now considered classics. In Concert was recorded live in his adopted hometown of Portland, Oregon to an enthusiastically receptive audience. The tunes are drawn from different periods of his remarkable career, some never before recorded. From the most languid of airs to driving, rhythmic reels, Burke's fiddling tone and power are in mighty form.

In Concert features three fiddle duets with Martin Hayes, another world-class Irish fiddler from County Clare. It's a great partnership, as Martin's father PJ Hayes was one of Burke's earliest influences. With a guest appearance also from young Irish guitarist Aidan Brennan and co-production work from Hayes, In Concert fulfills the promise of a genre's master.

"a superior instrumentalist in any idiom... impressively virtuosic" (New York Times)

"lyrical style is always emotionally electric" (Washington Post)


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