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Caitriona's Music & Songs 

Before Caitriona turned her artistic talents towards photography her debut album as Singer/Songwriter in 2005 received a very rare, 5-out-5 star review in The Irish World newspaper in London.

“Stunning, Impressive and Highly accomplished.” “Quality folk-tinged songs showcase her versatility and real talent as a singer/songwriter. She would remind you of a young Kirsty McCall, bringing something very new and important to the game.” (Noel Mullen, Irish World Newspaper).  


The same year, Caitriona received an Honorary Music Diploma in Song Writing by the World Music Foundation.  Three tracks from her debut album and two other instrumental pieces reached semi-finalists positions in the 2005 UK Song writing competition from thousands of international entries. 

The leading track from her debut album, titled,

James Kenny, is a poignant ballad she wrote about her father that received air play across national and regional radio stations in Ireland, BBC Counties UK and airplay on the West Coast of America.  

Caitriona's will be pitching her new songs to prominent Country Stars and performers and her music is also available for licensing. 

Music about

TIPP FM'S PREMIER COUNTRY SHOW

"Song of the Week"

Caitriona returned to her Songwriting career in September 2022

recording her new single

Will You Be My Daniel To My Majella 

The track is enjoying airplay on radio stations across Ireland and in UK and was voted 'Song Of The Week' on Tipp FM's Premier Country Show in October.  The single is now available for Digital Download and CD purchase alongside her previous album. 

CLICK ON THE PLAY BUTTON TO LISTEN TO THE SONG

Buy the single and Caitriona's album for €9.99
listen to the album tracks below

 

Caitriona's debut album as Singer/Songwriter in 2005 received a very rare, 5-out-5 star review in The Irish World newspaper in London.

The leading track from her debut album, titled,

James Kenny, is a poignant ballad she wrote about her father that received air play across national and regional radio stations in Ireland, BBC Counties UK and airplay on the West Coast of America.  

CLICK ON THE PLAY BUTTON TO LISTEN TO THE TRACKS

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Caitriona's new music video filmed on location in the beautiful Galtee Mountains, Glen of Aherlow Co. Tipperary and the Tipperary Excel Heritage Centre, Tipperary Town. 

To watch Caitriona's music video for her new single release Click here

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