Colin Hay discusses Scrubs, American Sunshine and Men at Work with Pop Bitez. Colin’s live performances "highlight his apparently ageless voice, underrated acoustic finger picking style, and his true penchant for comedy." (Suite101.com)
Luka Bloom can’t live without James Taylor’s "Fire and Rain"; "wows" with, "Two and a half hours of electrifying, seductive, hypnotic singing and guitar playing. Non-stop energy," at The Sellersville Theater in Philadelphia and discusses Dreams in America ("The period of 1987 to 1991 was an unbelievably exciting one. Things took off for me in America, particularly in New York. It’s a very nice exercise to reflect back on that time and be grateful.") with IrishPhiladelphia.com and with Irish Central.
Donnacha Rynne has released "Being Donnacha" a book about living with cerebral paulsey and multiple sclerosis. His uncle, Luka Bloom, encouraged Donnacha to write the book included the song lyrics for "Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself" in the book. Luka wrote the song for Donnacha.
Peter Rowan plays the Durango Arts Center on Halloween night. Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band’s Legacy, "is the best bluegrass album of the year, but it’s better than that. This album should not be missed by any music fan of any genre. In fact, "Legacy" is the perfect title for an album that should be lovingly handed down to future generations." (CountryChart.com)
Eileen Ivers perfromance An Nollaig: An Irish Christmas "promises to be a great night of entertainment (Ivers is a sensational performer), wherever you may see it, and one that will genuinely please the whole family." (About.com) Aol.com is streaming the album as part of their Christmas CD listening party.