Welcome to the Irish (and International) Songwriters Guild

The Irish music scene over the years has produced many top writers and classic songs. Although many of these have achieved notable success at home, beyond Irish borders they have so often had little or no exposure.

The Irish (and International) Songwriters Guild believes that these writers deserve higher profile on the international stage and we hope to achieve this by showcasing the very best of Irish and international songwriting talent.

In addition to our full Members, we have a ‘Guest’ section where friends from around the musical world are joining us and an ‘Associate’ menu where we will be showcasing new songwriting talent.

The ISG is rapidly expanding and it is clear that we have keen international interest from songwriters, performers and publishers and so we have added an extra domain name. www.internationalsongwritersguild.com. This will, for the time being point to this existing site.

The ISG site and database is being updated regularly, for further information please send us an email:

11 thoughts on “Welcome to the Irish (and International) Songwriters Guild

  1. Merry Christmas…. I have a singer Tim Dower, just came out with his new EP, “UNDER COMMAND” Contempory/Rock/Christian. Was wondering if you are interested in playing any of his songs? Thank you Sue Happy New Year

  2. As a Nashville songwriter/composer, I’ve had records by a few Irish Country Music Artists that I continue to be so proud of. Kieran McGilligan recorded and videoed :Left to Right or Right to Wrong” (a cover of a Faron Young record) and Sean McAloon’s latest album contains two of my songs. “The Tears in Mama’s Eyes” and “Why”. Jason McGilligan is currently looking at a few demos and I certainly hope he finds something he likes. They have each and all done superb jobs on the vocals and deliveries of my material. Bravo Boys! Great web site you have. Count me as a “watcher-reader” from here out.

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