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Andrew Finn Magill and Alan Murray:
Celtic and Irish music at FUF
Wednesday, January 25 @ 6pm
Andrew Finn Magill, multigenre violinist from Asheville,
North Carolina, and Alan Murray, Scottish guitarist and
bouzouki player present a concert at FUF.
Tickets are $10 each, in advance or at the door
Children 12 years and under come for free.
Advance tickets are available by contacting Jeanine DrJazz
Normand or Carla Couret, Fellowship Administrator. This concert
is a fundraiser for FUF. Please consider buying tickets even if you
can’t attend. Tickets would make a good gift.
Andrew Finn Magill, fiddler, is a North Carolina Arts Council
Fellow and has been featured on MTV, TEDx, PBS, and NPR.
Alan Murray is one of the most-sought after accompanists on
the Irish scene, touring the world with the foremost names in
the biz: Lúnasa, The Four Winds, The Battlefield Band, and more.
Together, they form one of the most exciting duos in contemporary
Irish and Celtic music.
They have performed together at many prestigious Irish festivals and performing arts series including Celtic Bayou, Arts Under the Dome, and the Arizona Highland Celtic Festival. In 2020, they released their debut album Murray & Magill.
To listen to some their music, here is a five-minute teaser of the album "Murray & Magill"
Andrew and Alan’s new album "Murray & Magill" on Bandcamp:
Andrew and Alan’s single, "The Yellow Wattle," on Spotify:
Andrew Finn Magill is a Fulbright fellow, a North Carolina Arts Council fellow, and award-winning composer. He has been featured on MTV, TEDx, Avianca in-flight entertainment and multiple times on NPR's The Thistle & Shamrock. His 2016 album Roots (featuring Cillian Vallely of Lúnasa and John Doyle) debuted at number #46 on the folk DJ charts. Since then, he has toured internationally, headlining several Irish festivals. In 2020, the album "Murray & Magill" with singer and guitar & bouzouki-player Alan Murray.
Alan Murray is from Glasgow, Scotland, now living in the USA. He plays guitar and bouzouki, and he is one of the most in-demand accompanists in Irish music, touring extensively across Ireland, Britain, Europe, Australia, and the United States.
He has performed at Denmark’s Tønder Festival, Milwaukee Irish Fest and Celtic Connections. He has shared the stage with such artists as Karan Casey, Niall and Cillian Vallely, Eileen Ivers and Scotland’s Battlefield Band.