Let me introduce Niamh Bury.
Last year I took a journey by boat to the Irish island of Arranmore, to attend an unaccompanied singing festival organised by the Mac Gloinn family (Ye Vagabonds & Fam) called Féile Róise Rua. There were so many great singers, and I have lots of footage to show for most of them but the biggest surprise was a woman by the name of Niamh Bury. I’m not even sure she was there officially. It was night, and a day of events had ended. A few of us were hanging outside Neily’s pub, pints in hand. Neily’s is right on the pier, so it’s beautiful all together. We sat on a wall, sea air, pints, friendly people everywhere, all sharing one thing in common, a love for songs and singing (and pints). As was happening all weekend, a member of our group broke out in to song, it was Naimh. 3 minutes later I was totally mesmerised, so we convinced her…. [Read full story on https://www.patreon.com/mylesoreilly%5D
Huge thanks to my patrons for giving me an opportunity to collaborate in this way with an artist who deserves all the support she can get. So very grateful for your help as always, and proud of you all for keeping that connection with music so strong in your hearts.
Niamh has an EP is here https://oftheclay.bandcamp.com/album/…
Special thanks to my patrons
Peter GW Sumadh
Anthony at Anaolog Records
Brían Mac Gloinn