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Irish Concert in New York City to benefit Kylemore Abbey, County Galway, Ireland

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 371 Sixth Avenue, New York, NY

You are invited to a very special Irish Concert in New York City, to benefit Kylemore Abbey, County Galway, Ireland. Event Co-Chairs: Fr John McGuire O.P. & Rosalind Secker-Walker '89 Monday, March 16, 2015 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church371 Sixth Avenue / Avenue of the Americas (The Village) NYC Featuring Eabha McMahon, Singer, Songwriter, Recording Artist, Dublin, Ireland, formally with Riverdance & Anúna Aileen Morgan, Singer/Songwriter, Kylemore Alumnus, NYC Marsha Long, Soprano, Harpist, Recording Artist, San Diego, CA The St. Joseph’s Church Choir Ticket prices: $100-front rows, $50-back rows and balcony $10,000, $5,000, $1,000 Sponsorships Available $100 tickets holders and all sponsorship levels will be invited to attend a VIP Reception with the performers following the concert For Tickets or more information, please contact Mary Reed 914-420-3517, All money raised will be directed to the construction of a monastery for the Benedictine Nuns

Tickets and Sponsorships are now on available, please contact Mary Reed for more information, 914-420-3517 or  

$100-front rows, $50-back rows and balcony


Solo Friday! 7pm, Path Cafe.

The Path Cafe, 131 Christopher Street, New York, New York

Free show, all ages. I'll be performing my originals for one 45 minute set.They've got great food and a low key vibe, and it will be a great way to kick off the weekend.(I'm filling in for Felix Van Cleeff who can't make it, so don't be confused if they don't change the calendar.)Can't wait to see you there!  

No Charge


Private Event

Private Event, New York, NY

On Fox Five News! 

Interviewed for the production makeover for "Standing Next To You". See the video here! Thank you to the Ostinato Brothers!!

Ostinato Brothers and Standing Next To You 

The Ostinato Brothers are two talented producers who are helping out aspiring musicians by taking their songs and "treating" them. In other words; producing them with a new sound and interpretation, with the goal of bringing out the best in the song. 

They did this with my acoustic recording of Standing Next To You, and also interviewed me when the presented the finished song.

Here's the video and link to see the interview and hear both versions of the song.

Enjoy! :)

Recording, Yay! 

Yesterday I was picked up and taken to a great little studio, where I sang my heart out for a really fun and creative project, "Run By The Gun". One of my dearest friends and one of *his* dearest friends have put together a stellar online comic about an NYC rock band, complete with original music. 

I had such a blast and am looking forward to singing for them again! Check out the comic and the current music here ---> site <--- !

I'll let you know when the songs I sang on get published.

Until later, enjoy…

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Auto transposing your songs! 

Well I've always admitted I'm not the most well educated musician in regards to music theory. So when it comes to transposing a song, be it my own or another, it can be a bit tedious. I both love and hate the internet given the subject, but today, I am in deep awe of ---> this  <--- website.

All you have to do is copy and paste the song AND lyrics if you want, tell it what key you want and hit one of the many gorgeous options to have to transposed as. Want the chords to be shown to you in tab form above…

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I've lived in castles

I've shared walls with drug dealers

the music played on

New Photos Up! 

Yay! New photos are up on the gallery page for you to look at. Going through live shots loving taken by great folks over the years.

This upload contains photos from an incredible international philanthropist, John Lee, and independent music photographer, Laura Foord.





I can't tell you how excited I am that my new and improved website is up and running! And here is why I'm proud. I built the whole dang thing myself. Yep! 

I hope you enjoy it. I'll continue to grow it, so please come back soon!