Musicians hold sing-song outside Leinster House in bid to get more radio play

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Labour’s Willie Penros wants to get more Irish music played on the radio – and says that a proposed bill of his could save thousands of jobs in the process. So he gathered up a group of Irish musicians and brought them for a sing-song outside the gates of Leinster House this morning, while a host of Labour TDs looked on. Phil Coulter, Johnny Duhan, John Sheahan, Sibéal Ní Chasaide, and the Doyle sisters were among those who belted out a song as Labour’s Alan Kelly, Ged Nash and Joan Burton watched.Continue Reading

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Discounts for MUI members

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If you are using any of the retailers below, please be sure to show your MUI card for a discount.


Paul Ryan Music, 4 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

paulryanmusic.com – Tel: 01 679 8571

Everest Music, 2 Raven Hall, Dargle Road, Bray, Co. Wicklow

everestmusic.com – Tel: 01 286 1933

Goodwins Music, 134 Capel Street, Dublin 1

goodwinsmusic.ie – Tel: 01 873 0846

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The Musicians’ Union of Ireland (MUI), an affiliate of SIPTU,  represents musicians from every genre along with music teachers, singers and other music professionals.

The Union works hard to protect members, whether freelance or directly employed, from exploitation and has a successful track record of ensuring that members receive all contractual entitlements arising from their performances.Continue Reading