From Camden to Tulla

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Tony Illanes Fantastic album, well done!! Favorite track: Reels: Earl's Chair/Geoghan's/High Reel.
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"This album features a selection of classic traditional tunes, plus a few East Clare gems, which we have enjoyed playing over many years of friendship."
Andrew, Karen and Pete

"This is exquisite duet playing, honest music with a calm heartbeat that bridges the generations and transports one in time to the London of the 1950, 60s and 70s. This is music with pedigree, with respect, a celebration of what has gone before, music with a rhythm that will relax the pulse. It will linger in the ear long after the last note has played."
Noel Hill

"There is great energy in the music on this recording and that should come as no surprise – the music here ebbs and flows from start to finish as easily and as naturally as a bubbling stream on a summer’s day. The music has great rhythm, is pure, vibrant, deeply traditional and you won’t be able to stop that foot tapping along."
Neansaí Ní Choisdealbha


released June 19, 2017

Recorded in Main Street, Tulla, Co. Clare
Engineered, mixed and mastered by Matt Purcell
Produced by Andrew Mac Namara, Karen Ryan and Pete Quinn
Design by David Taylor (
Photography by Bob Singer, Fergus Bennett and James Berry

All tunes traditional, arranged by Andrew Mac Namara, Karen Ryan and Pete Quinn

Special thanks to Mary Mac Namara, Kevin Costello, Gary Pepper, Matt Purcell, Bob Singer and Sophie Riordan

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From Camden to Tulla London, UK

Tulla accordionist Andrew Mac Namara and London fiddler Karen Ryan first played music together at the Feakle Festival in 1991. Since then, they've played together in Feakle, Galway and London. Joined in the last few years by Karen's husband, Liverpool pianist Pete Quinn, the trio have played some high-powered sessions as part of the Feakle Festival at Pepper's Bar each August. ... more

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