Martin Byrne Music

Traditional Irish and Folk Singer Song Writer Martin Byrne

July 26, 2015
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New Music Video: Martin Byrne and Louise Morrissey, The Roses In My Garden.

Martin Byrne and Louise Morrissey
The Roses In My Garden
Written by Martin Byrne 2015/ Blackhills Music

It is very rare these days for a brand new country duet to come to the airwaves and it’s even more rare that you get two voices that sound so well together.

But Martin and Louise seem to have achieved both these with Martin’s own penned song – The Roses In My Garden. And what better female vocalist to feature on such a powerful duet than our very own Louise Morrissey.

You’ll agree that they both sound very convincing together on this recording.

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March 22, 2015
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Live Music. The Hunterstown Inn, Ardee, Louth. April 5, 2015

Just off the back of playing some private gigs and some weks ago at The Grove Hotel Dunleer, I’m next on my way to The Hunterstown Inn, Ardee Co. Louth for my first time, playing that is, at this fantastic venue.

Sunday evening April 5th 2015. Set the date in your diary.

Cannot wait. Should be a cracker.

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March 18, 2015
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New Single Release: Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home, the latest music single to be released.
Permission granted to copy, reuse and share.

Enjoy
Martin

Originally recorded and released on the My Ireland album

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March 7, 2015
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Martin Byrne Live. Music: Grove Hotel Dunleer, Louth. Sat 7 March, 2015

I had played a gig on Valentines Day, 14th February 2015 at The Gap House in Moate. But then I had to head off for a bit to see family and play some tunes of course, in The States.

This is my first gig since I’ve come back and if I’m very honest I’m so very looking forward to tonight.

I’ll have some CD’s as always for sale with me and if you want one signed by yours truly, just come up and ask me for that. Or just come up and say hi anyway.

See you there, Martin.

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