Sharon is a musician who continues to surprise. While she is known for her arrangements of traditional Irish tunes and Irish influenced compositions, she has always been eager to explore new styles, and to meet and work with other musicians. The accordionist from Ireland has achieved legendary status throughout the world and has made the much-maligned accordion ‘cool’ in her home country. Renowned for her collaborations, not just in Irish traditional music, but through all music genres, Hip Hop, Cajun, Country, Classical and Rap
Flying Circus was an album where Sharon embarked on a new musical direction, with the RTE Concert Orchestra. The album was 3 years in the making and Sharon takes us through how it all came together, from reworking traditional tunes to a host of new music.”
10 November 2020 Finished
Sharon’s manager John Dunford gives a unique insight into the making of “Songs for Leo” album recording. In these accompanying episodes you’ll get an idea of all that goes on “Behind the Scenes” of an album.
27 October 2020 Finished
'Songs for Leo’ is an album that is exceptionally close to Sharon Shannon’s heart. In 2008 Sharon’s partner Leo Healy died suddenly of a heart attack aged 46, this album was recorded during the weeks that followed. Sharon speaks about that time in her life and how music & many close friends were so comforting during this difficult time.
12 October 2020 Finished
Sharon’s manager John Dunford gives a unique insight into the making of “Galway Girl” album recording. In these accompanying episodes you’ll get an idea of all that goes on “Behind the Scenes” of an album.
28 September 2020 Finished
Sharon Shannon revisits the success of the Galway Girl, The Best of Album. Galway Girl, the single and album was released over the bank holiday weekend and what followed business wise was a dream come true. All our plans were falling into place. The album went straight to number 1. But something really terrible happened at the same time, something we could never have predicted in a million years
18 September 2020 Finished