Emma Langford has woven herself into the DNA of the Irish folk scene on an international scale. The Limerick-born singer-songwriter deftly blends traditional Irish lilt with folk and jazz nuance. Delicate guitar work complements an intuitive sense of melody while insightful lyrics and witty asides combine to create the compelling stage presence for which the artist is known.
“Music that weaves a spell as you listen to it… [An] enduring piece of work.”
The Irish Times
“The lyrics are so deeply personal, and her voice so soft and bewitching – it expresses joy and sorrow all at once…”
Socks in the Frying Pan
With Aodán Coyne (guitar, voce), Conor Moriarty (accordion, voice), Fiachra Hayes (fiddle, voice)
Socks in the Frying Pan are a multi-award winning trio from County Clare, the universal hub of Irish traditional music. One of the most sought after groups in Irish music today, the worldwide ‘Sock Invasion’ continues with Aodán Coyne on guitar and vocals, Shane Hayes on accordion and Fiachra Hayes on fiddle & banjo! This youthful trio blends Irish traditional melodies with their own personal flair which has gained them critical acclaim and accolades including ‘New Band of the Year’ by the Irish Music Association.
“Their sound flows in magnetic, energetic waves, so does their banter on stage”
(Irish Music Magazine)