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Caladh Nua


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Caladh is an old Irish word meaning “Harbour” or “Shelter place”. Caladh Nua means a “New Harbour” or “New Shelter place”. Caladh Nua could also refer to a new comfortable place where music and song sets a warm lovely atmosphere. With all this in mind, this is “Caladh Nua”, the traditional Irish band.

From their humble beginnings in 2009, they have released 2 critically acclaimed albums to date, “Happy Days” and “Next Stop”. Having made their debut performance in October 2009 at the Copenhagen Irish Festival alongside acts such as Dermot Bryne and Steve Cooney, their journey has taken them to perform at many well known festivals throughout Europe, Canada and further afield from Lorient Festival InterCeltique in France and Tonder Festival, Denmark, Mood Indigo, Mumbai, India - Asia’s biggest Student Cultural Festival, to Winnipeg Folk Festival in Canada. Ireland’s President, Mary McAleese, also invited the band to play at Áras an Uachtaráin for the Annual Presidential St. Patrick’s Day Celebration in March 2010…

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