Shopping Cart
Pride of New York



JOANIE MADDEN (flute, whistle)
Daughter of button accordionist Joe Madden, was the first U.S.-born competitor to win the All-Ireland senior tin whistle title (1984) and is also an All-Ireland champion on flute. She has recorded a dozen albums with Cherish the Ladies, a group she co-founded in 1985 and still leads.

BRENDAN DOLAN (keyboards)
Son of pianist Felix Dolan, is one of the most respected and inventive keyboardists in Irish music today. He appears on Brian Conway’s Consider the Source and Billy McComiskey’s Outside the Box, as well as Live at Mona’s with Patrick Ourceau and Eamon O’Leary and the Irish American music projects of Mick Moloney.

The 1986 All-Ireland senior button accordion champion, has recorded three albums with The Irish Tradition (a trio featuring Brendan Mulvihill and Andy O’Brien) and two with Trian (a trio featuring Liz Carroll and Dáithí Sproule), as well as two solo CDs for Green Linnet / Compass.

The 1986 All-Ireland senior fiddle champion, has several recordings to his credit. They include two solo releases, First Through the Gate in 2002 and Consider the Source in 2008, and two trio albums, The Apple in Winter (with Tony DeMarco and Caesar Pacifici) in 1981 and A Tribute to Andy McGann (with Joe Burke and Felix Dolan) in 2000.

Pride of New York

Pride of New York

MP3/320 $10.00
FLAC $12.00
WAV $12.00
CD $15.00

Track Listing

Redican's/ The Gatehouse Maid/ The Road to Garrison (Reels)
Taylor's/ Chief O'Neill's Favorite/ The First Light of Day (Hornpipes)
Happy Days/ The Boys of Lough Gowna/ The Knights of Saint Patrick (Jigs)
Sean McGlynn's Waltz
Maud Millar/ The Morning Mist/ Lady Gordon (Reels)
Slán le Máigh [Joanie's Solo] (Air)
The Stage/ The Fiddler's Contest/ The High Level [Brian's Solo] (Hornpipes)
King of the Clans/ Dan Breen's/ The Steeplechase (Reels)
Redican's Mother/ The Bridal/ The Humours of Whiskey (Slip Jigs)
Mulhaire's #9/ Grandpa Tommy's Ceili Band [Billy's Solo] (Reels)
The Old Cross/ The Clans (Marches)
Sliabh na mBan/ The Liverpool/ The Quilty (Hornpipes)
Considine's Grove/ Trip to Durrow/ Martin Wynne's/ Bere Island (Reels)