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Full On, 2011






The latest and greatest!  Full on traditional folk music… tunes and songs from “an Americeltic artist to remember.”- Swift Reviews

Lucky Sevens, 2009




Lucky Sevens, lucky you…
“an energetic string based sound that suits Donovan’s Dylanesque lyrics perfectly…Lucky Sevens is a very good album. Donovan plays a swirl of strings that enchant and delight. His songwriting is literate, observational and very entertaining. He has created a unique sound on Lucky Sevens that he calls AmeriCelt. I call it pretty darn good.”-The Muse’s Muse
Twelve new songs served with a nice textural layering of strings, an explosion of folk energy…

The Laughing Silver String, 2008


A fine program of delightful Irish music on hammered dulcimer with other traditional instruments. The CD sparkles with energy, with many strong contributions from players including Nashville harpist Cindy Wyatt and West Clare fiddle player Sonya O’Brien. Enjoy trad Irish music with “a skillfull master of a unique and beautiful instrument.” -Cormac MacConnell, Clare FM Radio Ireland

The Kilmoon Road, 2004






A strong Irish debut, TKR garnered regular airplay on Clare FM, and has sold over 1,000 copies worldwide. “A rollercoaster ride…haunting and visceral, a powerful new voice in Irish folk.”
-Irish Music Magazine