Guitarist, bouzouki player and singer Alan Murray hails from Glasgow, Scotland, where he grew up playing the whistle and later guitar. Eventually moving to New York City, he has established himself as an in-demand performer and teacher on the Irish music scene. He currently plays and tours around the world with many of the finest traditional musicians and acts today, including Niall and Cillian Vallely, Eileen Ivers, Colin Farrell, Paul Brock, and Battlefield Band,
Robbie Walsh is a bodhrán player who hails from Dublin. Brought up through a strong musical background in all genres, his style is the definition of diversity. Inspired by the fantastic playing of his uncle, Robbie began to shape his style.
In 2008 Robbie became All Ireland champion. He has also worked closely with dance shows and companies such as Celtic Legends and Damhsa to entertain audiences stretching as far as Australia and the Middle East.
Robbie has also worked on albums with musicians such as Daoiri Farrell, Laoise Kelly, Seamus Begley, Eleanor Shanley, Colin Farrell to name but a few, and has shared the stage with the likes of Donal Lunny, Karen Tweed, Gerry O’Connor and Paul Brady.
With such a gathering of experience throughout his musical career Robbie set up The Bodhran Buzz.
Robbie is also one of the founding members of the band FourWinds
Originally from the southern shores of Lough Neagh in County Armagh but now living and working in Dublin, Barry Kerr is one of Ireland’s most accomplished artists. As a highly regarded singer, flute player, uilleann piper, songwriter and painter he is extremely prolific
in his creative output. His songs and compositions have been recorded internationally by renowned artists Karan Casey, Flook, Beoga, Brian Finnegan, Damian O’Kane & Kate Rusby, to name but a few. Barry is also a painter and has become an important figure in contemporary Irish art, exhibiting at home and abroad to high critical acclaim. His recent work has explored the concept of relating visual art with musical performance and composition, as seen in his latest exhibition/performance ‘Continuum’.