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Father and Son, musicians Cormac and Breanndán Ó Beaglaoich set off on their journey up the west coast of Ireland in their 40-year-old camper van.
Father-and-son musicians Cormac and Breanndán Ó Beaglaoich continue their journey up the West coast of Ireland. This week after some van trouble they're back on the road and in Galway. They celebrate the county's music, meeting with friends, artists and local musicians along the way
Father and Son, musicians Cormac and Breanndan O Beaglaoich continue their journey up the West coast of Ireland. This week they travel onwards to Mayo, where they take in the sights of Croagh Patrick and Clew Bay with Tim McHugh and John Hoban. They cross over to Achill and take a dip with singer Graham Sweeney. After marching with the Achill Pipers, harpist Laoise Kelly and her son Caoilte send them to bed with a tune
Cormac and Breanndán Ó Beaglaoich travel to Sligo and celebrate the county's music. They explore Coleman country with Óisín Mac Diarmada and the Hurleys, and in Grange learn of Sligo's blowing sands with author Brian Leyden. The duo meet the legendary Séamus Tansey and find concertina player Rick Epping in an antiques shop. Road weary, they also treat themselves to a seaweed bath in Strandhill
Cormac and Breanndán Ó Beaglaoich come to the end of their journey up the west coast of Ireland in Donegal, where the Begley clann left in the 17th century for the Battle of Kinsale. They kick off their homecoming with their old friend Steve Cooney in Teelin. Shauna Mullin and Damien McGeehan hop into the van for a stunning performance in Glenties. They get a taste of Donegal fiddle music from the Campbells. Breanndán is reassured that tradition will live on by An Crann Óg before reaching their homeland of Tullaghobegley.
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