Deluce's Patent
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Deluce's Patent

Cork, Munster, Ireland | SELF

Cork, Munster, Ireland | SELF
Band Folk Celtic


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Although newly formed, Deluce's Patent have wasted no time in getting out there and spreading the word. Their first gig was playing support to the super group Dervish as part of the Ballincollig Winter Festival in January 11. From there they played to a packed crowd as part of the UCC tradfest and went on to support Tom Baxter at Feile Na Bealtaine 11. The band have now just finished their debut album with the legendry guitarist Donogh Hennessy which was launched at Dingle Tradfest 11 and at the Cork Folk Festival 11. Samples can be heard on Myspace, Facebook and Soundcloud.



Deirdre Granville studied both traditional and classical music from a young age. She has performed and toured with the Kerry Chamber and Youth Orchestras amongst others. She is an accomplished harpist, flautist and violinist and has recently won the All-Ireland title on the harp. A first class honours Music graduate (UCC), Deirdre has performed extensively throughout the UK, Europe, Australia and America and now teaches and plays regularly in her native Dingle.

Adrian Spillett has been a well established folk singer in his native Cork now for several years. As well as being a founding member of the Corner House singing session which has hosted some of Cork's finest musicians and songwriters, Adrian has spent time performing in Germany and Australia.

Conor O' Sullivan started playing music in his early teens and since then has established himself as a well respected musician in Cork. As well as being a regular in the vibrant Cork traitional music scene he has performed in America, Germany and the UK on various occassions. Besides playing with a host of singer/songwriters at home and abroad, Conor has shared the stage with such legends as Altan and North Cregg.

Evelyn O' Connell is a native of Brosna, CO. Kerry and now resides in Cork. Her passion for traditional singing was instilled in her from both her parents from an early age. Although also a classical singer, Evelyn's first love is the traditional songs of Ireland, England and Scotland. She has performed throughout Ireland, Australia and Europe and is a well known figure in the traditional music scene.