About Us

Irish Music Daily is run by a bunch of enthusiasts who love Irish songs, music and culture.

We’re based in Nottingham in England and like millions of people scattered across world, we are from Irish families who had to leave Ireland over the last 50 years in search of work and opportunities.

Most of us found work and the new life we were seeking but, of course, we retain a huge affection for Ireland and its ways.

Irish music is one easy and enjoyable way of keeping in touch with our roots. So is drinking Irish whiskey and Guinness but we won’t go into that!

Irish music is a wide subject area and we are still working our way through all the great songs and ballads available. Please bear with us if your favourite song hasn’t been featured yet.

We’re working as hard as we can to add new material all the time so hopefully your particular favourite will be up there soon.

We’d also like to hear from you if you would like to suggest any songs we haven’t featured yet. We’re always on the lookout for new ideas and suggestions. And if you’d like to add a comment about any aspect of Irish music then please take a look at Pat Kehoe’s blog page, or just drop us an email if you prefer to pat@irishmusicdaily.com

We’d love to hear from you

Thank you for your interest in Irish music. Keep listening and keep trying to find out more. The great thing about Irish culture is that no matter how much you think you know, there is always more to find out.

As soon as you answer one question about a song or a melody, you find yourself asking even more questions so you’re never finished. It’s a pleasant task though and one we are happy to undertake.
Please visit our site again soon when we’ll have more information about the endless stream of great Irish songs and music.

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