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Kevin Burke may be the most influential musician to emerge from the past 30 years of Irish traditional music. The London-born fiddle player called "virtuosic and powerful" by the New York Times, is a giant among players, audiences and critics worldwide. His impossibly silky, lyrical playing has been a focal point of the great Celtic revival, from his own classic solo recordings to membership in legendary bands like the Bothy Band, Patrick Street and the Celtic Fiddle Festival. On in Concert, his first solo recording in 15 years, Burke plays to a passionately receptive audience in Portland, Oregon.
Kevin Burke may be the most influential musician to emerge from the past 30 years of Irish traditional music. The London-born fiddle player called "virtuosic and powerful" by the New York Times, is a giant among players, audiences and critics worldwide. His impossibly silky, lyrical playing has been a focal point of the great Celtic revival, from his own classic solo recordings to membership in legendary bands like the Bothy Band, Patrick Street and the Celtic Fiddle Festival. On in Concert, his first solo recording in 15 years, Burke plays to a passionately receptive audience in Portland, Oregon.
048248119627
Kevin Burke - In Concert

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Format: CD
Label: GLR
Catalog: 1196
Rel. Date: 04/27/1999
UPC: 048248119627

In Concert
Artist: Kevin Burke
Format: CD
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Kevin Burke may be the most influential musician to emerge from the past 30 years of Irish traditional music. The London-born fiddle player called "virtuosic and powerful" by the New York Times, is a giant among players, audiences and critics worldwide. His impossibly silky, lyrical playing has been a focal point of the great Celtic revival, from his own classic solo recordings to membership in legendary bands like the Bothy Band, Patrick Street and the Celtic Fiddle Festival. On in Concert, his first solo recording in 15 years, Burke plays to a passionately receptive audience in Portland, Oregon.
        
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