PJ MURRIHY is an Irish singer-songwriter from Mullagh in County Clare. He has penned many hits and songs that have been recorded by some of Ireland’s leading entertainers while also digging up old gems like “Pat Murphy’s Meadow”. When not working on his own farm in Clare where he breeds Wagyu cattle, he tours Ireland with his own band, the P. J. Murrihy Band. As a youngster Murrihy learned songs from singers in his family, including his mother and two of his uncles. He started playing music professionally locally with notable County Clare musicians; Michael Sexton Senior, Jimmy Ward and David Culligan and then went on to create his own group that was very much in demand called “The Bannerman”. Due to his growing popularity, he was asked to play and record two albums with the infamous Kilfenora Ceili Band. For the past 12 years, PJ has teamed up with accordionist, Seamus Shannon, and they have been performing their own specialized Irish traditional and country songs which gets everyone up on the dance floor.
Seamus Shannon hails from Westmeath and is a fantastic and well established accordion player. He has travelled near and far entertaining audiences worldwide. When he is not out playing, Seamus is the host of a very popular radio program called “Shannon’s Corner” on Shannonside Northern Sound Radio where he plays a mix of traditional, folk, country and Irish music with special guests joining on the airwaves. Shannon’s Corner is a long established show that has gone from strength to strength over the years and continues to draw listeners from near and far.