In addition to its own catalogue, Bardis Music administers many other Irish catalogues both in Ireland and worldwide.
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Original music by Stephen McKeon from the TV series of the same name.
Contains works recorded by Irish Superstar Joe Dolan including ‘Ciara’, ‘Angelover’ and ‘This is Joe’.
contains the music for childrens TV series such as ‘I’m an Animal’ and ‘Why’ and also ‘Give up Yer Aul Sins’, all composed by Darren Hendley and ‘Granny O’Grimm’ composed by Greg Magee.
Contains works recorded by traditional Irish music band The Furey Bros.
Singer/ Songwriter John Farry hails from the beautiful village of Garrison, Co Fermanagh, Ireland and is regarded as one of Ireland`s foremost Singer Songwriters on the Irish Music scene today.
owned by film and TV composer Stephen McKeon and includes his award winning scores to films ‘Korea’ and ’35-A-Side’.
compositions by Songwriter Columb Farrelly.
In 1997 Marc came to international prominence when he represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest and came a credible second with 'Mysterious Woman'. Marc’s first self-titled album was released shortly after he toured extensively throughout Europe. He appeared on all the top TV shows in the UK. Four more albums followed. 'Meet Me Half Way', 'Once in your Life', 'The Promise' & his current album 'Now & Then'. Marc releases his fifth studio album, 'Now & Then'. He has returned to his first love, American country music! The album includes covers from Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban, Restless Heart, Clint Black, Colin Raye & two brand new originals. One of the tracks from the album is the duet Marc has recorded with Mary Duff. 'Now & Then', has 11 brand new recordings & 7 earlier recordings, including 4 John Denver songs. Marc's versatility as a performer has taken him all over the world. Performing his own music in Europe, Australia & Tasmania (where he has built up a large fan base), the American festivals, Milwaukee and Chicago gives Marc an opportunity to showcase his Irish & contemporary side. He is currently performing a series of concerts, 'A tribute to the music of John Denver'. This show has sold out theatres all over Ireland including the National Concert Hall on two occasions. It was a great honour to perform this show in John Denver's home town in Colorado. Last year Marc was the recipient of the 'Sunday World All Ireland Country Music Awards' - 'Solo artist of the year'. This year they have awarded him 'Theatre show of the year' for his interpretation of Denver’s music. For the past nine years Marc has been a special guest on 'Trad On The Prom'. The show runs 3 nights a week from May to September each year. Established as the Number One Show in Ireland, it's a celebration of Irish Culture. Songwriting has always been a huge part of Marc's career. All of his albums to date have included his own materiel. He has co-written with many top songwriters.... Brian Kennedy, Charlie McGettigan, Jimmy MacCarthy, Darren Holden, Ben Mills, Derek Ryan, Grammy Nominee Billy Yates & Daniel O'Donnell. With Daniel, Marc has co written 15 songs and has had a top 20 hit in the UK singles charts. He was awarded 3 platinum discs. Marc presents a new TV series 'Opry an Íuir'. Last Autumn Big Mountain Productions and TG4 showcased the biggest acts in country music in the intimate setting of the Old Town Hall in Newry. This year Marc recorded Series Two of Opry an Íuir. He mentors the special guests, helps to picks their songs and produces the final product. Marc is a radio presenter with 'Galway Bay FM'. His shows 'The Feel Good Factor', are exactly as it says, feel good music! He's on air every Saturday 12-3pm and Sundays 11:30-1:30pm.
Joe McShane has penned many songs with Nathan Carter, Jordan Mogey, Margo and Daniel O'Donnell and his brother Nicky James. He is a renowned balladeer and a wonderful songwriter
compositions by songwriter Dave Clarke, member of The HotHouse Flowers.
contains new compositions by Dave Browne from the successful Irish band PictureHouse.
Original compositions by Ireland’s most famous guitar player, Philip Donnelly.
E with a P music is the publishing company of award winning composer Eanan Patterson.
Contains the score to Irish dance shows ‘To Dance On The Moon’, ‘Dance of The Universe’ and ‘Spirit Of Ireland’.
Ferndale Films Ltd
The Songs of the new exciting Irish band The Fortyfoot Gentlemen.
contains the music for the hit TV shows ‘Killinaskully’ and ‘Sgt. Mattie’.
Darren Hendleys catagolgue
Is the publishing division of Owl Records and contains original and public domain arrangements by Reg Keating.
Contains original and public domain works released on Irish record lable Malgamú.
Contains the scores of a number of award winning TV series such as “Waterways”, “From The Horses Mouth”, and “My Riviera”. All are composed by Ronan Hardiman.
Octopus Music is the publishing company for The Hothouse Flowers and contains songs newly composed for their album “Into Your Heart” released in 2004 on Rubyworks Records.
This catalogue is owned by Shay Healy who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1981 with ‘Whats Another Year’ and contains recordings by recording artists Daniel O’Donnell and Ronan Tynan (from the Irish Tenors).
The music score to award winning BBC TV drama “Amongst Women” composed by Niall Byrne.
Compositions arranged and written by leading folk singer Paddy Reilly.
Original compositions by Bill Bonner.
Seo Linn are an energetic and fun young band that are bursting onto the Irish music scene with their powerful originals and unique take on contemporary songs with a particular passion for Gaeilge. Not only have they had continuous success with their involvement in Coláiste Lurgan’s famous YouTube videos, with which they have now garnered upwards of 18 million views, but they have also brought their music all over Ireland and across the seas to places including Boston, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London and even to Uganda with Gorta Self-Help Africa. They appeared on the Late Late Show with their version of Avicii’s Wake Me Up as Gaeilge and have a wide-ranging set list including Gaeilge versions of chart-topping hits and their own original songs. They are the official ambassadors of Seachtain na Gaeilge 2016, during which they proudly translated the massive global hit, Thinking Out Loud for none other than Ed Sheeran to record. On top of this, their new 12-part series, Cleas Act can be seen on TG4 where they travel the country spreading the joys of music and Gaeilge.
Music composed by Irish composer Mark Armstrong.
Shandon Music is sub-published outside of Ireland by Universal Music.
owned by Screentime Shinawil the independent film company and makers of The Apprentice and Dragon’s Den in Ireland.
The music of Irelands No. 1 folk group The Wolfe Tones. They have sold over 2 million albums worldwide.
Original compositions by Jim Doherty and comedian David O’Doherty.
Original compositions by Ronan Hardiman.
original music by Greg Ffrench.
Publishing arm of Magma Films.
The score to the award winning film “Hear My Song” by John Altman.