Cancion de Amor - The New Album, now on release
Eleanor and John Feeley have collaborated to create their new album Cancion de Amor.
Marty in the Morning
Cancion de Amor - Marty Recommends Album of The Week, Week of January 18th 2021
Eleanor chatted on air with Marty on Wednesday, January 20th
The Today Show on RTE 1 Television
Make sure to tune into The Today Show on RTE One Television *tomorrow (Wednesday 30th November). Eleanor will be chatting with Daithi & Maura about her current tour, and plenty more too.
Eleanor will also be performing live and will be joined by Paul Kelly on mandolin and Tony Byrne on guitar.
RTE Radio 1 & Denmark
Tune into The Sean O'Rourke Show on RTE Radio 1 this morning (Nov 18th) to hear Eleanor chatting about the live shows this winter together with her plans for 2017, and performing live in studio. Joining Eleanor will be Eleanor Quaine (backing vocals), Paul Kelly (Fiddle / Mandolin) and Tony Byrne (Guitar & backing vocals)
Following the Christmas holiday break Eleanor will be returning to Denmark for live shows in January. For further details you can also check out www.folksongs.dk
Autumn/ winter tour
Ahead of 2017 though, Eleanor is thrilled to be hitting the Irish roads again for a series of dates from October through December. “2015’s autumn / winter tour was such a success, I just had to do a tour this year also” said Eleanor. She continued, “2017 is already shaping up to be a busy one. I am really looking forward to heading back to Denmark for live shows. I plan on some further Irish dates also, however, I will be heading back to studio to record my next album too. It’s been a busy couple of years; I would not have it any other way. I love performing, but time in studio can also be relaxing and feels rewarding too when complete! Indeed planning for this is very exciting too, especially when paralleled with a busy gigging schedule!”
“Forever Young” - the album is available to buy across the country, together with itunes and amazon. The album features twelve beautifully arranged and performed tracks in Eleanor’s inimitable style accompanied by some of her musician friends including Paul Kelly (mandolin, fiddle), Eamonn De Barra (keys, whistle), Martin Brunsden (double bass), Jim Higgins (drums), Frankie Lane (dobro & backing vocals), Damien Mullane (accordion) with string arrangements by Gavin Murphy.
The album was recorded with the stunning Donogh Hennessy in Dingle. Donogh also plays guitar on the record and Gavin Murphy added some beautiful string arrangements to a selection of tracks on the album.