62 GEORGE STREET welcomes (the Irish folk band) Kíla!
62 GEORGE STREET is THRILLED to welcome the traditional Irish folk band Kíla to its roster of clients!
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Kíla is an Irish folk music/world group (originally formed in Dublin, in 1987) and is currently made up of members: Rossa Ó Snodaigh, Rónán Ó Snodaigh, Colm Ó Snodaigh, Dee Armstrong, Eoin Dillon, Seanán Brennan, Brian Hogan, & Dave Hingerty.
The band collaborated with French composer Bruno Coulais on the soundtrack for Cartoon Saloon’s two Oscar®-nominated animated films: The Secret of Kells (2010) and Song of the Sea (2014).
Also in 2010, Kíla was heavily featured in Maeve Murphy’s controversial Beyond the Fire and Ciarán O’Connor’s Trafficked, as well in the the award-winning documentary film Fight or Flight.
Song of the Sea has won Best Music at the Monstra festival in Lisbon and, the documentary, The Secret Life of the Shannon won Best Music at the Green Screen Film Festival in Berlin.
Cartoon Saloon fans may recognize a few of these songs (from the album, Soisin)………………..
Kíla frequently tours in Ireland (Electric Picnic, Festival of World Cultures), UK (Glastonbury), festivals throughout Europe, as well as those further abroad including the Africa, the US, and Australia.
- Groovin’ – 8-track cassette (1991)
- Handel’s Fantasy (1993)
- Mind the Gap (1995)
- Tóg É Go Bog É (1997)
- Lemonade & Buns (2000)
- Live in Vicar St. (2000)
- Monkey – soundtrack to West End pantomime (2002)
- Luna Park (2003)
- Live in Dublin (2004)
- Best of & Live in Dublin (double album) – Japan only (2005)
- Another Beat – remixed Kíla tracks by Japanese artists – Japan only (2006)
- Kíla & Oki – with Oki (2006)
- Gamblers’ Ballet (2007)
- The Secret of Kells – film soundtrack, with Bruno Coulais (2009)
- Rogha – The Best Of (2009) – a 2-CD collection
- Soisín (2010)
- Suas Síos (2014)
- Song of the Sea – film soundtrack, with Bruno Coulais, Lisa Hannigan, Nolwenn Leroy and Slim Pezin (2015)
- “Ón Taobh Tuathail Amach” (1997)
- “Tóg é go Bog é” – live Christmas single (2002)
- “Glanfaidh Mé” – radio edit (2003)
- “An Tiománaí” – with Heatwave (2005)
- “Tóg é go Bog é” – with Oki (2005)
- “hAon Dó & Ní Liom Féin” – with Oki – radio edits (2006)
- “Half Eight/Leath ina dhiaidh a hOcht” – radio edit (2007)
- “Cabhraigí Léi/Nothing Changes Around Here” – remixes with The Thrills giveaway with Hot Press (2007)
- “The Ballad of Ronnie Drew” – with U2, The Dubliners & A Band of Bowsies (2008)
- “Cardinal Knowledge” – radio edit (2009)
- Éist – Colm Ó Snodaigh (1990)
- Tip Toe – Rónán Ó Snodaigh (2001)
- Tonnta Ró – Rónán Ó Snodaigh (2003)
- The Playdays – Rónán Ó Snodaigh (2004)
- The Third Twin – Eoin Dillon (2005)
- The Last Mile Home – Rónán Ó Snodaigh (2007)
- Giving – Colm Ó Snodaigh (2007)
- The Golden Mean – Eoin Dillon, Steve Larkin, Des Cahalan & Frank Tate (2010)
- Love, Life & Limb – Preachers Son (Brian Hogan) (2010)
- Water Off a Duck’s Back – Rónán Ó Snodaigh (2011)
- Sos – Rónán Ó Snodaigh & The Occaisionals (2013)
- 10 Stories Tall – Preachers Son (Brian Hogan) (2014)
Kíla on itunes:
DVDs as Kíla
- Live in Vicar St – bonus DVD with Luna Park (2003)
- Kíla ‘Once Upon a Time’ – concert film filmed in Vicar St Dublin (2008)
- Turasóireacht (short stories) – Colm Ó Snodaigh (1995)
- Luascadán (collection of Rónán’s song lyrics in Irish) – Rónán Ó Snodaigh (2004)
- Songs (collection of Rónán’s song lyrics in English) – Rónán Ó Snodaigh (2004)
- The Joy of Pissing (humorous insights into pissing) – Rossa Ó Snodaigh aka Professor Jimmy Riddle and illustrated by Brian Hogan (2006)
- Pat The Pipe – Píobaire (novella) – Colm Ó Snodaigh (2007)
- The Garden Wars (poetry) – Rónán Ó Snodaigh (2007)
- Céal & an Buachaill Gorm (children’s story) – Sandy Fitzgerald – translated to Irish Colm Ó Snodaigh (2008)
- Cliúsaíocht as Gaeilge / Making Out in Irish (phrase book) – Rossa Ó Snodaigh (2010)
- Leabhar Foinn – Kíla – Book of Tunes (music book) – Kíla (2011)
- Our Fada – Rossa Ó Snodaigh and Mícheál Ó Domhnaill (2012)
- Istigh sa Cheol – Colm Ó Snodaigh (2013)
Stay tuned to see what Kíla is up to…
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