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David, Stephen, Patrick and Kevin play a selection of reels; The Broken Pledge and The Tatnuck Magnet at Matt Molloy's.
Born in Worcester, Massachusetts now living in Foxford, County Mayo, David is at the forefront of his generation of musicians. He has won several awards including All-Ireland medals on both fiddle and concertina, the first ever World Fleadh fiddle championship in 2005 and the much coveted Feile Oriel trophy. As a highly sought after studio musician his music can be heard on many recordings and he has recorded in Nashville with Grammy award winners Tim O’Brien and Allison Brown. As a composer his music can can be heard on Lunasa’s highly successful latest release, ‘Cas’. In the last number of years he has performed in many prestigious venues including Vicar Street, Dublin, The Olympia in Paris, The Station Inn in Nashville, The House of Commons in London and the Toyko Opera City Hall. He has performed and collaborated with many artists such as Tim O’Brien, Lunasa, Roesy, Martin Hayes, Sharon Shannon, Dervish, Dougie MacLean, Dermot Byrne, Emmylou Harris, Joan Baez, Buddy Miller, Steve Earle and Robert Plant. . He was a member of the band Gráda and the Dave Munnelly Band. Of late he has become a regular member of Sean & Dolores Keane’s Band and performs regularly with Finbar Furey. Late 2013 saw the release of David’s critically acclaimed first solo album “Changing Time”. An album of both new and traditional music including two pieces that were commissioned as part of a documentary on the women of the Magdalene Laundries. Rugadh David Doocey i Worcester Massachusetts ach anois tá sé ina chonaí i gCeathrú na Líne Contae Mhaigh Eo. Tá David ar thús cadhnaíochta i gceol a ghlúine. Tá lear mór gradam buaite aige, bonn uile-Éireann ar an fhidil agus an consairtín san áireamh.Bhuaigh sé an chéad “World Fleadh Fiddle championship” agus an corn mór le rá “Féile Oriel”. Tá éileamh air mar cheoltóir stiúideo agus tig leat a cheol a chluinstean ar mholl mór ceirníní. Tá am caite aige in Nashville ag taifeadadh leis an bhuaiteoir Grammy Tim O’Brien agus Allison Brown. Mar chumadóir tig leat a cheol a chluinstean ar an albam is deanaí ó Lunasa “Cas”. Le blianta beaga anuas sheinn sé i láithreacha cosúil le Vicar Street. An Olympia i bParás, The Station Inn i Nashville, The House of Commons i Londain agus an Tokyo Opera City Hall. Bíonn sé ag seinm agus ag comhoibriú le healaíontoirí cosúil le Tim O’Brien, Lunasa,Roesy,Martin Hayes,Sharon Shannon, Dervish, Dougie MacLean, Dermot Byrne, Emmylou Harris, Joan Baez Buddy Miller, Steve Earle agus Robert Plant. Bhí sé ina bhall den ghrúpa Gráda agus the Dave Munnelly Band. Le deanaí bíonn sé ag seinm le banna Sean agus Dolores Keane agus le Finbar Furey fosta.Déanach i 2013 tháinig a albam aonárach “ChangingTime” amach a fuair ardmholadh i measc na léirmheastóirí. Albam le ceol nuachumtha agus ceol traidisiúnta, dhá phíosa choimisiúnaithe do chlár faisnéise ar the Magdalene Laundries san áireamh. Patrick Doocey An All-Ireland winning multi-instrumentalist, Patrick is quickly becoming one of the most in demand accompa- nists on the Irish music scene today. Predominately self taught on guitar, Patrick’s exciting style on both nylon and steel string guitar combines influences from many genres including jazz, hip hop, r n b and rock. Born in Worcester, Massachusetts and having lived in Foxford, County Mayo, Patrick now resides in New York city. His talents can be heard on Lunasa’s latest release “Cas” as well on recent albums with Kevin Crawford, Dy- lan Foley and Colin Farrell. His musical journey so far has seen him perform all over the world with artists such as Sharon Shannon, Liz Carroll, Lunasa, Mary Chapin Carpenter, John Doyle, Ragus, Tea- da, Buille, Cathal Hayden, Natalie Merchant, Steve Earle, Karan Casey, Sean Keane,Tim O’Brien, Julian Lage, Em- mylou Harris, Joan Baez, Buddy Miller and Robert Plant. Is ilionstraimí agus buaiteoir uile-Éireann é Patrick Doocey atá an-tóir air mar thionlacaí i ndomhan an cheoil thraidisiúnta. Den chuid is mó tá Patrick féinoilte ar an ghiotar, Tá stíl spleodrach aige ar an ghiotar nylon agus cruach agus nascann sé moll mór seánraí cosúil le snagcheol, rnb,hip hop agus rac-cheol. Rugadh Patrick i Worcester Massachusetts agus tar éis tamaill i gCeathrú na Líne contae Mhaigh Eo, tá sé anois ag cur faoi i Nua Eabhrac. Tá a thalainn le cluinsteann ar albam nua Lúnasa “Cas” agus ar albaim Kevin Crawford, Dylan Foley agus Colin Farrell le deanaí. Seinneann sé le ceoltoirí ar fud na cruinne agus é i mbun aistear ceoil s’aige, Sharon Shannon, Liz Carroll, Lunasa, Mary Chapin Carpenter, John Doyle, Ragus, Tea- da, Buille, Cathal Hayden, Natalie Merchant, Steve Earle, Karan Casey, Sean Keane,Tim O’Brien, Julian Lage, Em- mylou Harris, Joan Baez, Buddy Miller agus Robert Plant ina measc.
NXNW (North by Northwest) featuring David Doocey (fiddle), Stephen Doherty (flute/accordion), Ryan Molloy (keys) & Kieran Leonard (drums/bodhrán) at IMBOLC International Music Festival 2022.
With Ryan Molloy. Recorded at The Factory, Portglenone, for Blas Ceoil
Blás perform a set of tunes live at the fleadh in Ennis, 2017. Blás are; Anne Brennan, Shane McGowan, Stephen Doherty and David Doocey. Special guest on the night in Kevin Doherty on double bass.
At Tune Supply's epic Thanksgiving concert last week, we featured 70 artists from six countries performing tunes together to celebrate resilience and community at the end of this difficult year. Here's a set from fiddlers Pat Mangan, David Doocey, and Oisín McAuley, along with Alan Murray on bouzouki. A feast of fiddles! And FYI, Pat just released his new album yesterday. You can check it out here: 🤍 Want more tasty tunes? Check out the whole Thanksgiving concert here: 🤍 TUNE SUPPLY The tunes live here. 🤍 #irishmusicinstrumental #irishmusic #traditionalirishmusic
Brona, David and Ryan play The Roscommon Reel & Miss Monaghan's on Blás Ceoil flimed in Portglenone, Co. Antrim
David, Stephen, Patrick and Kevin play a selection of reels from Matt Molloy's. 🤍daviddoocey.com
Sean Keane le Stephen Doherty, David Doocey, Pat Coyne & Fergus Feely
David Doocey (fiddle) performing 'The Fiddler Hughes' from 'New Music of Mayo Commissions': a series of specially commissioned music, song, dance and poetry from fifteen Co. Mayo traditional artists. Visit the web resource at: 🤍
Liam Scanlon (dance) & David Doocey (fiddle) performing 'Cliff Island/Kelley Square/Liam’s Good News' from 'New Music of Mayo Commissions': a series of specially commissioned music, song, dance and poetry from fifteen Co. Mayo traditional artists. Visit the web resource at: 🤍
Join us for the Mary O's Virtual Irish Music Session LIVE 🤍8pm on Thursday, December 24th. Guest leaders are David Munnelly (accordion) and Patrick Doocey (guitar), with special guests Santiago Molina (flutes and whistles), Sergio Ribinikov Gunnarsson (bouzouki/mandolin), Isaac Alderson (flute) and James Yoshizawa (bodhran and percussion). Tune Supply creators Caitlin Warbelow (fiddle) and Chris Ranney (piano) host live from NYC. The theme for tonight's session is: The Colors Red and Green Send us pictures related to the theme (tunes🤍tune.supply) by 7pm! We will put them onscreen during the session! Our motto is "Play What You Can, Pay What You Can!" This session series is entirely supported by community contributions, and we pay our guest musicians a regular gig wage. Here's the link to contribute, with our thanks: 🤍 0:00 Introduction 05:52 New Copperplate / Old Copperplate (reels) 12:10 The Old Gold Ring / The Lark On The Strand (jigs) 19:57 The Pretty Girl Milking Her Reindeer / Boys Of Ballisodeer / Rakish Paddy (The Deer’s Antlers) (waltz/reels) 32:18 The Ballroom / Unknown (barndances) 41:39 The Little Drummer Dinosaur 49:57 Bantry Bay / The Boys Of Bluehill (hornpipes) 59:47 Camino de Llamas 01:07:21 The Colliers’ Reel / Over The Moor To Maggie (reels) 01:16:10 Silent Night / My Darling Asleep / Mountain Road / Christmas Eve (waltz/jig/reels) 01:26:58 The Enniscorthy Carol / Noël Nouvelet / God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen Info about the Mary O's Virtual Session: Until March 2020, we'd met every Thursday night at Mary O's in Manhattan's East Village. When the pandemic started, we moved the session online, meeting virtually twice a week! In August 2020, after 40 sessions, we took a break, followed by five CTARS sessions ("Common Tunes At Reasonable Speeds") in September and October. Now we're back to our original session format, with spectacular leaders and special guests each Thursday at 8pm EST. We're hoping you will be doing from home what we usually do at Mary O's. Have a bite to eat, enjoy a drink, and play tunes with us! If you're playing along at home, we recommend that you do so with headphones on...makes it much easier. Don't forget to interact with fellow session-goers in the live chat! We send an email each week with tune sets to practice for the session, as well as info about upcoming leaders and events. Sign up here: 🤍 Tune Supply t-shirts, sweatshirts, and merch are available as well, whoohoo... 🤍 _ Links mentioned in tonight's session: 1. Sign up for our other mailing lists: TUNE SUPPLY's general mailing list: 🤍 Caitlin's mailing list: 🤍 2. Come be our friend on Facebook! Tune Supply hosts a public group in which session goers can chat about the session and post notes/tunes: 🤍 We're also on Instagram: 🤍 3. Watch all the previous sessions and find out about upcoming sessions here: 🤍 4. The physical Mary O's pub is open for take out and limited dine-in service! If you are in the area, please stop by and support Mary and her business. You can also purchase her tasty scones to be mailed anywhere in the country: 🤍 _ TUNE SUPPLY The tunes live here. 🤍 #irishsession #fiddletunes #irishflute #folkmusic #learnfiddle #tradmusic #folksongs
The Foxford Traditional Weekend is an Cultural Weekend of Music, Song and Dance run in the small town of Foxford, Co Mayo, Ireland in October each year. 🤍foxfordtraditionalweekend.com for details.
Reels - Andy McGann's and Edenderry Reel
Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge near Ballintoy, Northern Ireland (© Chris Hill/Getty Images)(Bing Canada)
Sessiún from Cruiser's, Foxford hosted by the Admiral Brown branch of Comhaltas.
RTE Fleadh programme
Crib of Perches Flatwater Fran
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Festival Celti'Cimes 2017 - mardi 25 juillet 2017 groupe: Niall, Cillian Vallely, David et Patrick Doocey FB: 🤍 et 🤍 Site Web: 🤍 et 🤍
Connect with us: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Playing a beautiful set of reels "The Mossy Banks", followed by "The Wind That Shakes The Barley", Stephen Doherty on flute and Patrick Doocey on guitar play during the gala concert at Scoil Acla on 02.08.'14. Part of a concert streamed live on 🤍.
Seán Keane played to a full house in the National Concert Hall with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra on August 10th 2018. Here the lads play a set of tunes, beginning with a beautiful solo introduction of the Ashokan Farewell by David Doocey on Fiddle and joined by Pat Coyne, Fergus Feely and Stephen Doherty. Seán rushes off stage and through a maze of corridors to get his uilleann pipes only to return with a bang after an exciting build up.
Day 316! Palmers Gate Today, I’m joined by a couple of fine Mayo men, Stephen Doherty and David Doocey. Delighted to share a few tunes with the lads. These boys are involved in the project Ive cooking at the minute, more details to follow soon! Watch this space! #Fergalscahillsfiddletuneaday2017
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