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Richie Egan – ‘The Liffey Knew’

Richie Egan – ‘The Liffey Knew’

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Starboard Home is a new album that features new songs inspired by Dublin Port, Dublin City and the River Liffey from the likes of Paul Noonan, James Vincent McMorrow, Cathy Davey, Duke Special, Gemma Hayes, Jape, Colm Mac Con Iomaire, Lisa O’Neill, Declan O’Rourke, John Sheahan (The Dubliners) and Paul Cleary (The Blades). It was recorded in February at Sun Studios with the chosen artists.

Curated and produced by Bell X1’s Paul Noonan and The National Concert Hall’s Gary Sheehan, Starboard Home was commissioned by Dublin Port as part of the Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme. It will be released on June 17th preceding two concerts in the National Concert Hall on June 22nd and 23rd featuring performances of the songs.

‘The Liffey Knew’ by Jape’s Richie Egan was quietly released onto Spotify recently and features “Óró sé do bheatha abhaile” (welcome home) as a key lyric. Have a listen:

Starboard Home tracklisting:

1 Paul Noonan – Steel Ballet
2 Richard Egan – The Liffey Knew
3 Gemma Hayes – Caught In The Rapids
4 Colm Mac Con Iomaire – From The Mountain To The Sea
5 Paul Cleary – Kingfisher Blue
6 James Vincent McMorrow – Down In The Diving Bell
7 Declan O’Rourke – Colossus
8 Duke Special – Button Men
9 Cathy Davey – What Else
10 Lisa O’Neill – Rock The Machine
11 John Sheahan – Liffeysong

Starboard Home - Premiere Concert 22nd June 2016 | National Concert Hall

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