Téada is one of the busiest bands on the traditional Irish music scene. They are a group creating a soulful, stately sound with a subtle approach to adornment.
Their debut CD features the uniquely sweet fiddle-playing and vocals of Sligo musician, Oisín Mac Diarmada, the flowing flute and harmonic guitar playing of London-born John Blake, rhythmic bouzouki and banjo-playing from Seán McElwain of Monaghan, and the thoughtfully-crafted tune settings are sensitively enhanced by Tristan Rosenstock on bodhrán.
Téada (tay-da): meaning ’strings’ in the Irish language
"Téada are a new and fresh face in Irish music….this is a band to watch out for." - The Irish Voice
|Tom Connor's, The Joy Of My Life, Handy With The Stick||Buy|
|Teresa Halpin's, Rathlin Island, Michael Hynes'||Buy|
|The Surround, Up In The Garret, Port Na Deoraí||Buy|
|Micho Russell's, Bill Harte's, The Green Gates||Buy|
|The Chaffpool Post, The Mayday Hornpipe||Buy|
|The Liffey Banks, Pat Molloy's||Buy|
|A Bhean a'Ti||Buy|
|Tom Roddy's, The Old Firm Jig, The Maid At The Well||Buy|
|The Crock Of Gold, Johnny's Gone To France, The Tailor's Thimble||Buy|