Darragh Ó Héiligh playing the uilleann pipes on the main gig rig during the Fleadh Cheoil in Drogheda 2018Internationally recognised multi-instrumentalist Darragh Ó Héiligh is particularly renowned as an Uilleann Piper. He is a sought after and welcome presence at sessions and formal performances all over Ireland. Visit the Darragh Pipes site to learn more.

Ceol FM - traditional Irish music streaming serviceCeol FM is just like every other streaming service out there. Except the music is streamed at a higher quality, it specializes in traditional Irish music and it lets you find music using filters by speed, instrument, song or tune and more. There’s even a search engine for artists, albums and tracks and when you have found the music you want to listen to, create your own custom playlists.

Shows the crowd in front of Laurence's gate enjoying a #MusicatTheGate eventMusic at the Gate is an event run by Darragh Ó Héiligh each month during spring and summer. The motivation behind this is to promote traditional Irish music in Drogheda, make free family entertainment accessible to everyone and promote the use of under utilized infrastructure as social spaces that engender greater community collaboration.

DigitalDarragh.com is my informal place for blogging about technology, family life, traveling, music and really anything else I think of from time to time. The sites shown above this text are a little more professional.
DigitalDarragh.com has been around in one way or another for about 18 years. Before that, my personal rubbish was on another domain but let’s not get into that right now. I’ve been right through the life cycle of blogging from blogging every day to posting rarely, trying to get interested again by posting audio then video and finally coming back to this site every few months to post something that I want to write about in longer form than Facebook or Twitter allows. Take a look through the archives. A lot has happened over the years.

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