Darren Holden starred in Riverdance on Broadway, Gershwin Theatre, New York from 2000 – 2002 and played the lead role of Billy Joel in the Broadway musical “Movin’ Out’ from 2003- 2007 touring USA, Canada, and Japan in this role.
Currently he’s enjoying a huge profile as a member of Irish contemporary folk band “The High Kings”. The group have scored 2 Top 5 Billboard albums since 2008.
Has appeared on the Late Late Show numerous times, as well as all other major RTE/TV3 shows.
God Be With Those Days
Like Stevie And Lindsey
Through Hell And High Water
Cyndi Limbaugh Torres is a native of Michigan but she has lived in the Nashville area since 1988. It’s that mix of Detroit Rock, Motown Soul and Southern Roots that has given her an eclectic sound as a songwriter. “I try to write my heart out. Sometimes it’s messy and sometimes, hopefully, it’s beautiful.”
Her song “In Lonesome Dove” was a co-write with Garth Brooks and was included on his 3rd CD, Ropin’ The Wind. She was a founding member of the Bluegrass Gospel group “Jordan’s Angels”, and received a nomination for Bluegrass Gospel Group of the Year from the Bluegrass Music Association International.
A Cold Place To Be
Don’t Make Me Laugh
Heartaches And Halos
I’ll Be The Rain
Just Another Hurt
My Old Man
Nothing Says It
One Step Away
What Kind Of Kiss Was That?
You Show Me Yours
This Old Horse
This Getting Old Is Killing Me
Living In Neverland
It It What It Is
I Love You More
He’s been making waves on the music scene both in Ireland and abroad he’s certainly a name to watch out for!
Jordan says his musical influences include Johnny Cash, Hank Williams Snr, Vern Gosdin as well as the likes of Gordon Lightfoot, & John Prine. His often “nostalgic” songwriting is matched only by his deep rich baritone voice.
Luke The Drifter
Never Mine To Lose
After seeing Abba win Eurovision in 1974, Mark Walsh wanted to be involved in music. After various schoolboy bands he kicked off his touring and recording with guitar based pop band The Forget Me Nots – Sony UK.
As a songwriter and musician Mark has co-written songs for Disney with composer Dean Valentine and had an Irish Top 5 hit from the RTE TV Show “The Hit” when Mundy covered his song Jigsaw Man.
“I love being in a room with people and sharing the writing experience regardless of style or genre” says Mark.
Don’t Say It
Jacqui is a Singer/Songwriter from West Donegal, Ireland. She ranges across folk, jazz and rock to musical theatre. Jacqui released a folk E.P. ‘A Fairer Love’ in 2004 and her debut album, ‘A New Dawn’ in 2011. This marked her crossover into Americana and New Country Music.
Jacqui’s second album, ‘Love And Other Things’ released in 2014, was produced by Irish musician and producer, Manus Lunny, and brings a slight folk and celtic flavour to her style of MOR / New Country music. Her third album, ‘Shine’ was released in October of 2015.
I’ll Be Missing You
Let The Sun Shine On Me
You’re The Reason
Owen Thomas was born on a hot summer’s day in mid ’80’s Dublin, Ireland. Music featured heavily in his childhood as Owen’s father, Tommy, was a music fanatic who introduced him to many different musical genres ranging from pop, to rock and roll, to traditional Irish and to classical music. After years of travelling and no job on the horizon Owen turned his music passion into a career and began writing songs and playing gigs around the bustling Dublin music circuit.
Please Don’t Go
This Can’t Be It
Let Me Hear You Sing
My Old Man
My Stupid Pride
Why Do The Good Die Young
Youth Of Today
Down Beside The Wooden Bridge
Nigel Connell was born into a musical family where his skills as a drummer and singer developed. He has since performed on a variety of Irelands finest TV shows such as Live at Three, Up for the Match, Kenny Live, Nationwide, The Late Late Show, Phil Coulter and The Bibi Baskin Show and is known for his stunning harmony vocals on albums such as Liam Lawton’s Triple Platinum EMI Album ‘Another World’ and Liam’s second album “TIME”.
Nigel joined World Class Irish Country Folk Singer Daniel O Donnell’s band as his drummer and backing vocalist. touring North America, UK, and Australia and is currently working on a new solo album.
Down By The Mountain
Down By The Mountain – accapella
Saint Patrick’S Day
Could This Be Love (with Marc Roberts) This song is on hold. ISG.
Best Days (with Brian Kennedy)
Falling (with Alan Fitzsimonds)
Find The Lord (with Alan Fitzsimonds)
Givin’ Up (with Ed O’Leary and Una Gibney)
I Belong With You (with with Ciaran Brady and Sharon Condon)
More Than Words can Say (with Ed O’Leary) This song is on hold. ISG.
On This Day (with Darren Holden)
Show Me The Light (with Stuart Gray and Eamon Toal)
Amanda Agnew has been writing and performing her original songs since 2011 and has just released her first single “Think of you”. Amanda was one of four people chosen to showcase at the famous Bluebird cafe in Nashville and appeared alongside Benita Hill (hit songwriter for Garth Brooks) and Lee Roy Parnel.
Think Of You
The Fortune Rooms