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The Darkling Air – In Conversation with RCC SOUNDS

The Darkling Air are on ‘Late Late’ high for 2020 The Darkling Air have endured a year of highs and lows, but 2020 is very much closing on a positive note for the duo. On Friday night, 27th November, Ireland will be glued to the annual highlight that is RTÉ’s…...

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Kate O’Callaghan – In Conversation with RCC SOUNDS

Kate O’Callaghan is capturing history in music Kate O’Callaghan continues to develop a musical project inspired by her Dublin great-grand aunt and her involvement in a significant time in Irish history. The Inishowen-based singer is one the artists to have received support under Donegal County Council’s recent Artists’ Bursary Scheme.…...

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Sibéal – In Conversation with RCC SOUNDS

Sibéal captured the heart of the nation in 2020. Sibéal captured the heart of the nation this summer, but many people in Donegal may not be aware of her close ties to the county. Known mainly by her first name, the talented young singer from the Ráth Chairn Gaeltacht in…...

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Michael Gillespie – In Conversation with RCC SOUNDS

Michael Gillespie’s new venture as a solo artist was just coming into full swing when the coronavirus pandemic hit the world. But a year on, this month, since the release of his self-produced debut album, All versions of the Truth, the Donegal Town man hasn’t let this hold him back…...

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Finbarr Doherty – In Conversation with RCC SOUNDS

Finbarr Doherty has said ‘goodbye’ to 21 songs. Inishowen singer/songwriter Finbarr Doherty has just released his third album featuring 21 songs written over a span of 25 years. The album’s title, Chapel Street to Somerville, is a reflection of that time, marking the Carndonagh street Finbarr lived on when he…...

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George Hutton – In Conversation with RCC SOUNDS

George Hutton is becoming his own artist. Having had a successful career singing with various ensembles over the past decade, George Hutton is now stepping into the limelight as an artist in his own right. The affable Derry City native has not let this year’s worldwide coronavirus pandemic hold him…...

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Fiachna Ó Braonáin – In Conversation with RCC SOUNDS

Fiachna Ó Braonáin can only be described as one of the champions of the Irish music scene. The Late Date on RTÉ Radio 1 host and member of Hothouse Flowers caught up with RCC SOUNDS for an in-depth chat on life behind the radio mic and being creative during lockdown.…...

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Mark Geary – In Conversation with RCC SOUNDS

Mark Geary had just arrived back at his home in Co Kildare from a tour of Switzerland when the world locked down in March. Since then the affable Dublin singer/songwriter has not left his Cellbridge home (apart from performing on the Concert4Cancer in aid of the Marie Keating Foundation last…...

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Cruinniú na nÓg 2020 – Donegal, celebrate with us

Cruinniú na nÓg, Ireland’s national day of free creativity for children and young people The RCC presents Alone Together Mini Music Festival in association with The Loft Letterkenny who are also doing a GIVEAWAY on Facebook and Instagram today for two €50 Shop LK Vouchers to mark the occasion. Teaming…...

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Slow Place Like Home produces Audio Visual Special

Our doors may be closed, but we’re still serving the community IT’S AN exciting weekend as our RCC SOUNDS community mixtape gets its first audio visual edition and the first poet takes over the RCC Curated Content Instagram page recently lauded by Arts Council Ireland. Virtual Artist-in-Residence, Declan Devlincontinues to…...

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