A Little Bit of Sligo Live History

Sligo Live Sessions is a national festival celebrating traditional, roots and generic cialis next day shipping acoustic music. Now in its eight year, it has carved out a niche as one of the most relaxed, intimate and viagra femele enjoyable music festivals in Ireland. Sligo Live  Sessions is a modern continuation of a long and buy generic cialis distinguished musical heritage going back hundreds and order cheap viagra maybe thousands of years. It has been shown that the first inhabitants came to Sligo over five thousand years ago and how strong is 5 mg of cialis who would bet that the incredable beauty of Sligo did not inspire them to sing, dance and cialis 30 mg play music! As another famous Sligoman, W.B.Yeats said in his poem ”The Fiddler of Dooney’ “The merry love to fiddle and where to get viagra cheap the merry love to danc

County Sligo has a strong musical heritage stretching back to the fiddle masters, Coleman, Morrison, Killoran, through Joe O’Dowd, Fred Finn, Peter Horan, Seamus Tansey, to Kevin Burke, John Carty, Deirdre Collis, Dervish, Philip Duffy, Carmel Gunning, Seamus and 50 mg cialis Manus Maguire, Oisin McDiarmada, Jarlath McTiernan, Matt Molloy, Colm O’Donnell, Seamie O’Dowd, Declan Payne, Declan Folen, Teresa O’Grady and generic cialis canada Damien Stenson of Teada, to name just a few. In their wake there are a wealth of young and cialis no prescription established musicians currently performing around Sligo.

The distinctive Sligo music style is renowned worldwide for its ‘lift’ – a traditional term to describe the uplifting spirit it conveys. The musical program presented in Sligo Live will reflect the verve, authenticity and viagra cost quality of Sligo’s music.

County Sligo holds a special place in traditional Irish music.

In the 1920’s musicians from south Sligo were among the first to record Irish traditional music including Michael Coleman who had emigrated to New York.

Other early greats to record in New York were fiddle players, James Morrison, Patrick Killoran and get cialis Lad O’Beirne, together with flute master James McKenna from Leitrim.

The circulation of their 78-rpm records breathed new energy into traditional music throughout the country during a time of great hardship. Some would argue that these new influences sustained the tradition at a time when all over Europe the practice of handing down native folk music was virtually dying out. Since then a huge musical connection has existed between the traditional music of Sligo and buying viagra in the us New York.

Sligo Live celebrates this link each year by having a strong emphasis on the musical connections between Sligo and the US, particularly New York. Liz Carroll, John Doyle, Solas, Hayes & Cahill, Brian Conway, Tony De Marco and viagra samples Kevin Burke are some of the US based traditional musicians to have featured and this year Maurice Lennon continues the tradition.