Notes At Liberty is the debut album from this young band called FullSet
FullSet was founded during the summer of 2007. Like many of the great traditional Irish bands, FullSet formed as a result of some great musicians crossing paths, realising a special connection and then wanting to share it with the world audience.
With his smooth and free flowing style of fiddle playing, Michael Harrison creates a distinctive sound using original and colourful techniques. Six times All-Ireland champion Seán McCarthy is known for his complete use of the uilleann pipes and employs his skills and mastery of this instrument in all pieces arranged by FullSet. Talented musician, Janine Redmond, on button accordion maintains a rich traditional style that is becoming ever so rare in traditional music today. Eamonn Moloney on bodhrán and Andy Meaney on guitar, effortlessly blend the music together with a sensitive yet driving accompaniment section. The emotive singing style of Teresa Horgan completes the ensemble and adds a whole other dimension to overall sound.
All accomplished young musicians in their own right, together they create a stunning and unique sound that is full of energy and innovation, whilst all the time remaining true to their traditional roots.
To date FullSet have performed at various festivals and venues across Europe including the Kann al Loar folk festival in Landerneau, Brittany, and also the Festival Interceltique de Lorient. During this time they have shared the stage with some of the biggest names in folk and world music including Moya Brennan, Fred Morrison, Lúnasa and Carlos Núnez.
2011 is shaping up to be an exciting year for the band with the release of their debut album entitled, Notes at Liberty.