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Máiréad Nesbitt Releases New Video "Man of the House"

Mairead Nesbitt New Music Friday Video

Today Máiréad Nesbitt releases the new single “Man of the House” – a popular traditional Irish session tune that brings everyone together to play!  The song has received renewed attention recently as it serves as the theme to the Kevin Bacon starring TV show “City on a Hill”.  Click here to listen to Máiréad’s version.                                                                          

For more than a decade, Grammy- and Emmy-nominated artist and composer, Máiréad Nesbitt has enchanted millions of fans around the world as the Celtic violinist and founding member of the globetrotting music phenomenon Celtic Woman. Loyal fans of all ages, across geographical and cultural boundaries far beyond the musical heritage of Ireland, have adored her beguiling stage presence and versatile instrumental talents. As the featured violin soloist on all 11 Celtic Woman albums, each title achieved the coveted #1 slot on the Billboard World Music Chart.

A former all-Ireland fiddle champion and past member of the National Youth Orchestra of Ireland, Máiréad completed her studies at CIT, Cork School of Music under Cornelia Zanidache and at the London Royal Academy, with post-graduate studies under Emanuel Hurwitz on violin and piano. As musical influences, Máiréad cites her family, along with a wide range of musicians that includes classical violinist Itzhak Perlman, jazz great Stephane Grappelli, bluegrass icon Alison Krauss, Irish fiddlers Liz Carroll, Michael Coleman and Andy McGann, and rock performers like David Bowie, Sting and Bjork.

An Irish Music Magazine Best Traditional Artist and multi Irish Music Awards recipient, Máiréad has emerged as one of Ireland’s most in-demand musicians, as well as a prominent presence on the Celtic and World Music scene. ‘A demon of a fiddle player’ –New York Times.

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  • Robyn Firth Scheetz on

    How do I order
    Just her cds?

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