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Martin Hayes

Albums

  • Martin Hayes Studio AlbumsMartin Hayes (1992)
  • Under the Moon (1995)

Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill albums

  • Lonesome Touch (1997)
  • Live in Seattle (1999)
  • Welcome Here Again (2008)

Martin Hayes as a member of the Tulla Céilí Band

  • A Celebration of 50 Years (1996)
  • 60th Anniversary Celebration (2007)

Martin Hayes also appears on:

  • The Shores of Lough Graney (1990, with PJ Hayes and Mark Gregory)
  • My Love is in America The Boston College Fiddle Festival (1991)
  • Traditional Music from East Clare by Mary MacNamara (1994)
  • John Williams by John Williams (1995)
  • The Gathering Various Artists (1997)
  • Celtic Sessions by William Coulter and Friends (1997)
  • Solo Fiddle by Kevin Burke (1999)
  • Poor Man's Troubles by Bruce Molsky (2000)
  • I Could Read the Sky by Iarla Ó Lionáird(2000)
  • Murphy's Irish Pub with Laura MacKenzie, John Williams and Dean Magraw (2005)
  • The Wildlife Album (2005)
  • The House I Was Reared In by Christy McNamara (2007)
  • Reeling Through the Years - Compilation CD (2007)
  • Today, Tomorrow & on Sunday by Helen Hayes (2008)
  • The Humours of Tulla by The Tulla Comhaltas Archive Collection (2009)
  • Triúr Sa Draighean with Peader O'Riada and Caoimhin O'Raghallaigh (2010)

Recommended Listening

  • Martin Hayes (1992)
  • Under the Moon (1995)
  • Lonesome Touch (1997)
  • Live in Seattle (1999)
Concert Review(s)

Hayes, Frizzel & Cahill

One of Ireland’s greatest fiddlers is back in action again. This time there’s something a little bit different. Martin starts off on his own first with a couple of nice tunes. Then Mr. Frizzel does a few bits on the guitar. They take a break which seems to stretch into eternity. Eventually they come back as a threesome with Dennis Cahill as well. Having Mr. Frizzel adds something a bit different to it. I guess they have to do something a bit different sometimes. Still a good show.
Brian

They said...

Not to well up on music of Martin, Eileen or Danu!!! So no comment.
Fran Breen (The Waterboys)

Q. What are Martin's favourite albums?
A. Martin has no favourite as each album was carefully thought through before recording but perhaps his first remains outstanding as it was a great sense of achievement due to the fact that he had little or no experience of being in a recording studio and it commenced the road to where he is at now and for that he remains forever grateful.
Amy Garvey (Martin's Manager)