Irish Mythen with Christine Fellows

Irish was born in Ireland and now resides in Charlottetown Prince Edward Island Canada. “This Island creates music and musicians, art and artists. I found a shift to take things more seriously when I moved here.” And she did just that. Her latest release, the self titled Irish Mythen, gained her recognition around the globe with nominations and wins coming from Music PEI, East Coast Music Association, Folk Alliance International and Socan. Write-ups in Australian Guitar Magazine, Rolling Stone and a plethora of online publications world wide have helped plant Irish firmly on the map of ‘Must See Artists’. Irish has three full-length albums and two EPs to her name.

Christine Fellows finds music in sounds we tend to take for granted: the voices of the people we love, the sounds of the spaces we move through as part of our daily lives. Alternately delicate and rousing, her songs shed light on characters that tend to be overlooked and isolated, those whose struggles and triumphs are difficult to quantify. Many of her characters are women, an intentional focus that Christine has continued through 7 solo albums that highlight the vivid interior lives of pigeon-fanciers, shut-ins, runaways, and solitary travellers in wintery northlands.

Fellows is based in Winnipeg, Canada, where she collaborates with artists from all disciplines to create and produce performance works and recordings. In November 2018, she’ll release her 7th solo album, Roses on the Vine (Vivat Virtute). Fellows (baritone and tenor ukulele) will be touring with a stunning live band, featuring Alex McMaster (cello), John K. Samson (bass), and Jason Tait (drums).


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