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Sez Stephen Mogerleyl:

[This is] the first installment of Live at Kinine, what will hopefully become a regular collaboration of musicians, set in a studio in the foothills of the Dublin mountains, hosted by Paul Brady. This video features a song of Paul’s from his 1987 album Primitive Dance, titled “The Soul Commotion”. We had a great time playing this, dance routines and all! Watch this space for the next video in the series, Fiach’s “Don’t Want To Let You Down”


Featuring Bairbre Munnis (Backing Vocals), Colm Mac Con Iomaire (Violin), Dara Munnis (Hammond), Donal Gunne (Electric Guitar), Keith Farrell (Bass), Johnny Boyle (Drums), Niamh Danger (Backing Vocals), Paul Brady (Vocals, Acoustic Guitar) Róisín O’Reilly (Backing Vocals) & Turlough Gunawardhana (Backing Vocals).
Recorded and Mixed by John Munnis
Cameras by Mark Doyle and Stephen Mogerley
Produced by Dara Munnis
Directed by Stephen Mogerley


Thanks Dara


‘We play with heart and we stand our ground and there ain’t nobody gonna push us around!’

Bring It On! Bring It On! is a new song in celebration of the Irish team’s achievement in reaching the European finals in June. Written and recorded by fellow Ulstermen and football fans, Paul Brady and Mickey Joe Harte, collectively known as ‘The Subztitutes’


Director: Jass Foley
Cameras: Jass Foley, Cian Markey, Ger Carney,
Richard Nolan, Robert Babington, Kevin de la Isla and Sue Barrett.
Choreography: Sean Gilligan

Available here

Thanks Dara


Paul Brady takes ‘The Lakes Of Ponchartrain’ back from booze-soaked oaf.

“So fare thee well, my bonny own girl, I never may see you more But I’ll ne’er forget your kindness in this cottage by the shore And at each social gathering, a flowing glass I’ll drain And I’ll drink a health to me Creole girl by the lakes of Ponchartrain”

Sounds even better when you’re monged.