Arty Mc Glynn
Arty is one of the most sought after musicians in the country, playing and recording with the likes of Christy Moore,
Paul Brady, Donal Lunny and Liam O'Flynn, Mick Hanly etc. He played as a member of such prestigious groups as Planxty,
Patrick Street, De Danann and the Van Morrison Band.
In 1989, Arty and his wife fiddle player
Nollaig Casey released their first duet album, "Lead the Knave" to great critical acclaim, and in 1990 they were
awarded the Belfast Telegraph Entertainment Media and Arts Award for excellence in the field of Folk Music.
Arty is equally in demand as a live performer, recording artist and producer. The album "Barking Mad" by
the group Four Men & A Dog, which Arty produced, was voted Folk Album of the year by Folk Roots Magazine. He produced Christy
Hennessy's album, "The Rehearsal", which remained in the Irish charts continuously for eighteen months and also
collaborated with Frances Black on her first two solo albums, "Talk to Me" and "The Sky Road", both of which
have topped the charts in Ireland and have been critically received in the UK. and America.