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The unique sound of Beoga, the five-piece traditional band based in County Antrim, features the twin dueling accordions of Seán Óg Graham and Damian McKee, four-time All-Ireland bodhrán champion Eamon Murray and pianist Liam Bradley along with the vocals of one of Ireland’s premier young singers, Niamh Dunne. Beoga’s debut release, Mischief, made The Boston Globe’s “Best of 2007” list with their signature mix of Irish traditional music with nuances of bluesy riffs, Astor Piazzola-style jazz, and a raunchy New Orleans jamboree vibe. Beoga’s fourth album, How to Tune a Fish, delivers more fresh and lively compositions from the Irish quintet. An explosive and quirky collection of melodies and songs with the Beoga stamp present from the start, How to Tune a Fish is set to capitalize on the group’s popularity as they captivate audiences on a global scale with their blend of passion, energy, and vitality.
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