Fee is excited about the album and thinks the struggle of Hurricane Sandy made it all worthwhile. “There are a number of tracks on the album that we definitely show our growth and depth as songwriters and players,” she says. “We were not afraid to try things on Saoirse’s… and we look forward to the reaction we get.“
The reaction here at The Irish Voice is two enthusiastic thumbs-up! I’d give it four thumbs-up if I had more thumbs! To see the band in action, drop by their record release parties on Saturday at Stephen’s Talk House in Amagansett, NY or on April 5 at Ulysses Folk House in lower Manhattan. To catch them online, go to www.celticcross.com
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