Bury Me on McLean
'New York Brouge isn't a band. It isn't me, it isn't you, and it isn't a song. It's everything. New York Brouge is the sessiun in the corner of the local pub on McLean Avenue. It's the drunk guy swaying home with too much booze and not enough money, pouring the verses of Danny Boy from out of his drooling mouth. It's the little girl you pass by in Woodlawn, humming along to the tune of Athenrye playing in her head. It's the cry of pride coming out of the young man's mouth on stage as he drills out the lyrics of Sean South. The feeling you get in your eyes, your heart, your stomach, your throat, and your soul when you walk into a bar and the sound of a fiddle shifting out the sound of The Boatman. That's New York Brouge.' ------------------------ 'Bury Me On McLean' is the debut EP from Danny 'Spoons' Flinn's 'session-band' project, New York Brogue. Combining the powerful vocals of Flinn (a local sessiun ballad-singer from Bronx, New York) with the sensational musical arrangements of Dublin guitarist James Riley, 'Bury Me On McLean' brings a charged and unique spin to today's Celtic music, while still incorperating the power and focus of the Irish ballads of old. Danny Flinn: Vocals James Riley: Guitars, Harmony Vocals Issac Alderson: Flute.
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