John Doyle is one of the most versatile, creative and prolific voices in folk and traditional music. His gifts as a guitarist, songwriter, vocalist, and producer have played an essential role in the ongoing renaissance of Irish traditional music. The Dublin-born, North Carolina resident has become a familiar face at Celtic Colours since first performing at the Festival in 2003. Whether playing the role of sideman, or taking centre stage as singer-songwriter, John adds a contemporary edge that finds fresh light in even the most well-worn of tunes. A past Artist in Residence, John has performed at Celtic Colours on his own and with fiddler Liz Carroll, as well as with The Teetotalers and in a trio with Michael McGoldrick and John McCusker. This year he returns for a very special collaboration with Jeremy Kittel and Josh Pinkman of Kittel & Co. He will also share some of his timeless songs in a solo appearance.
|venue||Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site|
|price||Museum charges apply|
|host||Parks Canada's Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site|
This interactive, performance-based presentation features Festival artists who share conversations about their life and work. Brought to you by Eastlink.