Brandi Carlile – The Joke (Official Video)

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Published on Feb 16, 2018

From the album “By The Way, I Forgive You” available now. http://elektrar.ec/BrandiCarlileBTWIFY Directed by Danny Clinch Produced by Lindha Narvaez for MILKT Choreography by Peter Leung Ballet sequence filmed by Middle Table Productions Ballerina is Michaela DePrince Connect with Brandi: http://brandicarlile.com http://facebook.com/brandicarlile http://twitter.com/brandicarlile http://instagram.com/brandicarlile

Sinead O’Connor – 4th and Vine

Sinead O’Connor – 4th and Vine

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Subscribe to our channel here: http://bit.ly/subscribe2indian Sinead O’Connor – 4th and Vine The new single 4th and Vine, taken from the album ‘How About I Be Me (And You Be You)?’ is out now! Buy it now on iTunes: http://bit.ly/soc_4thit Video directed by Kathryn Ferguson Buy the album: Direct from label: http://bit.ly/soc_ibme_label Amazon: http://bit.ly/soc_ibme_am iTunes: http://bit.ly/soc_ibme_itunes

Emma Langford – The Winding Way Down to Kells Bay

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Emma Langford – The Winding Way Down to Kells Bay (Official)

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In loving memory of Eamon Langford Official music video for ‘The Winding Way Down to Kells Bay’, by Emma Langford. The Winding Way Down to Kells Bay is the second single from Emma Langford’s second album, due for release in 2020 Emma’s debut album Quiet Giant is available across all online platforms, buy or download from https://emmalangfordmusic.bandcamp.com With thanks to all who featured, helped, inspired and contributed Song lyrics & melody by Emma Langford Music Video by Enigmed Track produced by Chris O’Brien & Graham Murphy at The Production Suite, Dublin Mastered by Richard Dowling at Wav Mastering, Limerick Musicians: Lucia Mac Partlin; Maria Ryan; Peter Hanagan; Davey Long; Graham Murphy; Kealan Kenny; Ray Yrure Featuring: Molly Ryan; Scarlett the dog; Seán Garvey; Laoise Egan; Darragh Lynch; The Ivereagh Peninsula; Kells Bay Follow Emma: Facebook: @emmalangfordmusic Twitter: @ELangfordMusic Instagram: @EmmaLangfordMusic

Mary Black, Emmylou Harris and Dolores Keane – Sonny

Published on Oct 23, 2009

This is the elventh track of the “Twenty-five Years – Twenty-five Songs” DVD by Mary Black called “Sonny”. The source of this clip is Bringing It All Back Home (1991) This videoclip has been uploaded with permission of Mary Black’s record company 3ú Records. For information regarding this videoclip and its copyright, please visit http://www.mary-black.net and use the contact option.
Sonny’s Dream, written by Ron Hynes, man of a thousand songs and the Godfather of Newfoundland & Labrador music
plus Donal Lunny, Declan Sinnott, Liam O’Flynn, maybe thats Davey Spillane too!!!

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Lisa Hannigan, Loah – Undertow.

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Lisa Hannigan – Undertow | #Courage2020

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May 11, 2020

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On Thursday 7th of May, Lisa Hannigan performed a magnificent, uplifting concert for you live from The National Gallery of Ireland. Enjoy this beautiful recording of ‘Undertow’ featuring Loah. You can watch the full live stream on the RTE Player now: bit.ly/2WnneVr Performances from Courage are being broadcast worldwide, free of charge, thanks to the support of the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Intel and RTÉ. Lisa Hannigan chose to highlight the work of Women’s Aid Ireland. If you can manage it today, please consider donating to: https://womensaid.ie/donate For more information on Lisa Hannigan check out: https://lisahannigan.ie/ About the National Gallery of Ireland: The National Gallery of Ireland is one of the country’s most popular visitor attractions housing the nation’s collection of European and Irish art from about 1300 to the present day, and an extensive Library & Archive. Entry to the collection is free for all to enjoy, learn and be inspired. Note: National Gallery of Ireland Closure The National Gallery of Ireland is currently closed, but there are countless ways for the public to engage with its national collection during this time. Initiatives include ‘National Gallery at Home’ videos, Work of the Day, Mindfulness and Art, and at-home activities inspired by the national collection. Virtual tours of iconic spaces such as the Shaw Room and the Grand Gallery, as well as recent exhibition Murillo: The Prodigal Son Restored, can also be explored from home. Find out more at http://www.nationalgallery.ie/national-gallery-ireland-at-home