The Brass Fiddle
Solo unaccompanied fiddling from Con Cassidy, Vincent Campbell, Francie Dearg Byrne and James Byrne. This 1987 album helped put Donegal fiddle on the map.
The Road to Glenlough
A beautiful collection of music from my good friend and musical hero James Byrne (1946-2008) – this really is essential listening!
The Floating Bow
A marvellous collection taken from the Alun Evans collection where you’ll hear Doherty at his best and most relaxed.
A Feeling in the Blood
This project brings together the music, song and words of one of the most innovative and daring fiddle players you’ll ever hear.
Traditional Fiddle Music from Donegal.
A delightful album from one of the most delicate, graceful and inventive players I ever met.
The Purple Heather
A portrait of the mighty fiddle player and composer Vincent Campbell from Glenties, another good friend and musical inspiration. He just keeps getting better!
Níl Gar An
(Solo & duets with John Doherty). Recordings of the man Seamus Ennis described as the best fiddler he ever heard – that says it all!
Dog Big and Dog Little
A fantastic taste of the music and song of Leitrim and Fermanagh. A classic that has inspired many people to look and listen more closely to the music of their own locality.
The Drones and the Chanters
Volume 2. I’ve been mad about the pipes for as long as I can remember. I loved working on this compilation with Liam O'Flynn, Seán Óg Potts, Robbie Hannan, Gay McKeon, Ronan Browne, Mick O'Brien, and Joseph McLaughlin.