Caroline Fraher | Fragments - an EP

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Fragments - an EP

by Caroline Fraher

Contemporary and traditional Irish and Celtic music produced by the legendary Steve Cooney.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. Wild Mountainside
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3:14 album only
2. Si Do Mhaimeo I (feat. Steve Cooney)
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2:46 album only
3. Love Conquers All
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3:17 album only
4. Passage West
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3:17 album only
Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
Caroline Fraher is an Irish singer who's hauntingly pure and beautiful voice manages to captivate anyone who hears her. She began singing at a young age and blossomed when she joined her local youth choir. From there she began singing at wedding ceremonies and has since become one of the most sought after wedding vocalists in Southern Ireland. Apart from that, Caroline has a deep love for singing Irish traditional songs and ballads. She has an inimitable way of connecting with every song she sings, bringing the emotion of the song to life. She was lead vocalist with Irish music, song and dance show, Dancing Thru the Ages, for four years and she has sung with some prolific Irish and international artists such as The Black Family, Red Hurley, Liam Lawton and Josh Groban.
Caroline is delighted to be joined by producer and multi-instrumentalist Steve Cooney on her debut EP Fragments. She is also honored to work alongside some of Ireland's most prolific musicians, Odhran O Casaide and Cormac Breatnach, on this EP.


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