By Julie Williams-Nash
22nd February 2016
Celebrating many years in the folk music business and endearing herself even more to the people of Ireland - we check out 'The Essential...' Gretchen Peters.
By Scott Edgar
17th February 2016
It's been a long time coming but we've got that debut from Northern Irish songwriter David C Clements. With shades of Springsteen it's been worth the wait.
By Gerry McNally
8th February 2016
Known for his rocking tracks with Thin Lizzy these days, Ricky Warwick still has a softer acoustic side in there somewhere as this double release shows.
1st February 2016
On 'Naked Music' we hear Irish troubadour Eleanor McEvoy perform variations on some of her best known and most loved songs in a stripped-back acoustic style.
1st December 2015
Beans on Toast releases an album each year on his birthday and with one dealing mainly with the themes of growing up we check if he's wiser as well as older.
4th November 2015
Contemporary Americana recorded in the haunting surrounds of the Octagon Hall. Old ghosts return in the form of new songs by Neilson Hubbard, Ben Glover et al.
By Rebecca Armstrong
7th October 2015
English-Italian, smooth, seductive. There's more to Jack Savoretti than meets the eye. Not your average boy with a guitar, we take a re-listen to 'Written In Scars'.
1st October 2015
The Grahams latest record is 'Glory Bound' and Gerry McNally's been taking a listen for us to find out whether they're bound for radio play or dusty record shelves.
By John McCart
Steve Earle releases his sixteenth studio album with the backing band once again being The Dukes. 'Terraplane' is the name and blue is very much the colour, baby.