BLIADHNA MHATH UR DHUIBH UILE- HAPPY NEW YEAR ALL
Celtic Connections 2018 has kicked off today and Maeve is delighted to have been invited onto the Janice Forsyth show on BBC Radio Scotland on Monday 22 January. Maeve and the lads will be performing live tracks from the new album,
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Following a 2 year hiatus from her solo career- during which she has been touring internationally with The Stepcrew and other shows- Maeve’s third studio album, Strì, comes out in early 2018.
Produced by the award-winning producer
Well folks, it was a whirlwind of a summer. I barely had time to catch my breath after the Stepcrew US tour before I was straight back into gigging, this time for the Salsa Celtica Big Band. Always a thrill. Particular highlights were
Summer’s on its way and as the song goes “and the trees are sweetly blooming” here in Glasgow. I’ve only been back home for a day, returning from a gruelling but incredible 6 week US tour with The Stepcrew, dance show extraordinaire.
Bliadhna mhath ùr dhuibh uile! 2014 has been a year full of amazing opportunities and travel, but also marred by family illness. I’m very grateful to my lovely friends and colleagues for all the support given to me and my family over
Due to popular demand, “Don’t Sing Lovesongs”, Maeve’s debut album is to be re-released for purchase.
This website will be offering the album in repackaged dikipak design with a special purchase deal including some freebies. And with
I’m just back from Ireland via the Isle of Lewis and a whistlestop tour of gigs, negotiating airports, sunbathing (in Scotland. Yes, really) and excellent company! Mòran taing/ Go raibh mile maith agaibh do Hebridean Celtic Festival, Soma Festival
Happy Easter all and a huge thanks to my Canadian agency Near North Music, as well as to Creative Scotland for their kind financial assistance and all the fab venues, promoters, and festival organisers for having the trio over in Canada last month.
It’s been busy times over here and lots of exciting things are afoot… Starting with the recently-formed band, Nasc, our debut gigs went down so well in Glasgow and Belfast that there is talk of an album happening in 2013. Keep