The Inishfree Irish Music Tour for May, 2016 is full with the exception of space for one single woman who wouldn’t mind sharing a room.  This trip will be a bit further north than last year.  We’ll go to counties Mayo, Galway and Clare, and like last year we’ll visit all sorts of wonderful places on the day trips (castles, seaside villages, museums…) and every single night we’ll hear traditional Irish music.  Sometimes it will be a solo artist and other times it may be a scorching hot group, but it will all be amazing.  Some of our stops will include a visit to the cottage where ‘The Quiet Man’ was filmed (with John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara) and an evening at Matt Malloy’s Pub in Westport.  (That’s Matt Malloy of the Chieftans.)

If you are the woman who wants to fill the last spot, email me through the Contact page!

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                                              A photo from last year

Based in Ann Arbor, Emmy recipient Kitty Donohoe draws from her Irish heritage as well as her American and Canadian roots in her music, which is rich, earthy and compelling, making good use of her gifts for storytelling, her love of language, and her ear for melody.

“Kitty Donohoe is a true treasure – a rare songwriter with tremendous range, a beautiful voice and an ability to write haunting, melodic and literate songs. She deserves a wider audience.” All Music Guide

Rich Warren of WFMT Chicago has included Kitty on his list of the ’50 most significant songwriters in the last 50 years.’

Spring 2016

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