Mike Brady Noise11.com interview

Mike Brady

by Paul Cashmere on November 22, 2014

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Australian singer songwriter Mike Brady went back to his Irish roots to put together ‘Bloodlines’, his historic document telling the story of his ancestry.

The album features some of Ireland’s most acclaimed musicians Steve Cooney, Martin Hayes, Odhrán Ó Casaide, Robbie Perry, Dermot Byrne, Donnchadh Gough, Liam Ó Maonlaí, Laoise Kelly and Tony McManus as well as a guest appearance by Australia’s William Barton on didgeridoo and Mike’s son Christian, who now lives in Ireland.

Mike Brady dropped by Noise11.com to tell the story of ‘Bloodlines’ to Paul Cashmere.

Find out more about Bloodlines at http://www.mikebradybloodlines.com.au

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