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

Kitty’s long-awaited CD “The Irishman’s Daughter” is available now

‘Kitty is making a name for herself in Irish America
and you can see why from the high quality of the work here.
–  Irish Music Magazine (July 2017)

 Recipient of the Best Traditional Irish Solo Performer Award in 2016

Ireland 2021

As of now, April 2021, the trips to Ireland and Scotland are still on for this summer. 
If/when that changes I’ll post it here. 

The dates for these trips for 2022 are Scotland July 2 ~ 10 and Ireland July 13 ~ 22. 
For more info or to sign up
email me:


This trip SOLD OUT in less than a week, although there is a waiting list if you missed your chance.  I’d suggest getting on the list as a lot can happen between now and August 2021. 
Below are the basics for that trip. 

 Dates are August 4 thru the 13th and we’ll be visiting the counties of Donegal, Sligo & Clare.  Prices for 2021:

$2,750 per person in a shared room, $3,250 in a private room.  This cost doesn’t include air fare, some meals or Guiness!  

To sign up go to  Inishfree tour website or directly to Kitty.

That said, I’ll now be leading a similar trip to Scotland in July 2021!   We’ll be visiting the city of Edinburgh, the Isle of Skye region, and Inverness (the Highlands).  These tours are a bit smaller then the Ireland tours and also sell out quickly.  Dates for Scotland are July 18 ~ July 26. Here’s a link to get you more information: 

Beyond the Tartan Tours of Scotland

Kitty Donohoe, The Author

For information on Kitty’s children’s book click the button below.

“original and fun, and I love the music!”

– National multi-award-winning children’s author Shutta Crum

“There Are No Words” is Kitty’s Emmy award-winning post 9/11 song that has earned her much critical acclaim and an invitation to sing at the dedication of the Pentagon 9/11 Memorial on September 11, 2008

Still moved and speechless one year later by your tribute. From one who was in the Pentagon and lost 29 shipmates that day in the Navy Command Center. thank you…