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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Folk :: Stu Tyrrell - Ny Kirree Fo Niaghtey
 

Stu Tyrrell - Ny Kirree Fo Niaghtey

Stu Tyrrell - Ny Kirree Fo Niaghtey
Sydney singer-songwriter Stu Tyrrell’s original material speaks of social justice and solidarity while touching on his personal experiences of love, loss, depression and triumph. Breathing new life into traditional English and Celtic Folk songs, Stu re-imagines them into stomping, roots infused arrangements that are then interwoven with acoustic heavy metal to deliver something completely original.
A veteran of the stage, notably as touring bassist for ex Iron Maiden front men Paul Dianno and Blaze Bayley on their Australian tours, Stu currently performs as a solo artist at folk clubs and on the Sydney songwriters circuit in his signature stripped-down style.
A regular on the festival stage, Stu has played the Australian Celtic Festival, Beechworth Celtic Festival, Granny Smith Festival, and Northern Beaches Music Festival. He also won the 2016/17 Gulgong Folk Festival Guitar Competition.
Stu’s debut EP “Celtic Roots” features Steph Miller, ex Roaring Jack on accordion, mandola and zither, Mark Oats from Bushwhackers/Finn MacCool on fiddle, and Gordon Rytmeister, ex everything! on drums. Irish Joe Lynch is also featured on the EP narrating an excerpt from Robbie Burns in his iconic style. Stu’s debut EP Celtic Roots is out now.

About this track...

The story of traditional Manx air Ny Kirree fo Niaghtey is a metaphor for the ancient Celtic trinity; the circle of life, death and rebirth. Collected by Mona Douglas in 1929 from John Matt Mylechreest, Thaloo Hogg, Lonan Parish, Isle of Man. Celtic roots arrangement by Stu Tyrrell 2017.

Other tracks by Stu Tyrrell: The Number of the Beast  -  The Saint of Kings Cross  
 
Details
Number Of People In Act Solo
State/Territory Artist Is Based In NSW
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Sydney
Taken From The Release Titled Celtic Roots
Copyright Holder's Name Stu Tyrrell
Publisher Stu Tyrrell
Media Servicing Date 2017-05-01
Main Genre Folk
Genre 2 Alternative Country
Genre 3 Acoustic
Genre 4 World
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
Artist Official Web Site http://stutyrrell.com
Artist Social Network Page https://www.facebook.com/stutyrrell/
Online Store Page 1
Online Store Page 2 https://stutyrrell.wixsite.com/stutyrrell/media
Online Store Page 3 https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Stu_Tyrrell_Celtic_Roots?id=Bzggucxxe62q4d4ctnkioxspkzy&hl=en
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