My Father Told Me - Francy Devine with Steve Byrne and friends
Released Nov 2014 - Produced by Steve Byrne
I recently had the pleasure of producing this album with my great friend and comrade, singer Francy Devine. Based in Howth, north of Dublin, Francy is a labour historian, poet and singer amongst many other things and now that he has "retired" he has put down 18 mighty tracks on his very first release!

Featuring a host of performers including Paul Anderson and John Kelly on fiddles, Mark Dunlop of Malinky on whistle, Treasa Harkin on button box and many others from Scotland, Ireland, Wales, England and Brittany.

Further info and lyrics here:

I have a limited supply of CDs for sale at 12.00 including postage to a UK address.

songs from home
Steve Byrne's debut solo album, released on Greentrax Recordings (CDTRAX 275), February 2006.

Click on the headphone symbol to hear short samples.
the ither lass (steve byrne)   
i rue the day she gaed awa (george w donald)   
the bonnie lass o cairnie (george w donald)
leavin angus in the mornin (steve byrne)
hogmanay (violet jacob)   
april 1918 (helen b cruickshank)
young jessie o bonnie dundee (george w donald)   
pawkie adam glen (alexander laing)
the howe o the mearns (violet jacob)   
tam i the kirk (violet jacob)
rose song(trad norwegian, scots translation steve byrne)   
the turn of the day (marion angus)   
the seaward toon (marion angus)   
the sang (marion angus)
solo project of songs and poems set to music from the county of angus
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