Niall Teague journeyed from his native Belfast to County Galway and fell in with Fast Company. The result of this sojourn was the formation of a most compelling musical fusion. The eponymous debut album soon followed gathering much praise from both sides of the Irish Sea. Their music uses the tradition to journey through spurious musical influences using Niall’s well observed songs that fuse seamlessly with flowing tunes that move, entertain and leave you wanting more and more!

“a simply sensational new release… it’s folk, it’s country, it’s Irish, it’s bluegrass, it’s great!” BBC Radio Lancs

“a great record” Gerry Anderson, BBC Radio Ulster

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Last session: Sat 7 May 2011 at 1:00 PM - This event has now passed
The Box @ The Met

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