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The value of a clean sound in a decent studio comes through...." says Jackie Hayden about David Dwane Recording Studio, writing in Hot Press Magazine
Tel/Text:  086-068-4021      email:  daviddwane@gmail.com
David Dwane has been the weekly Entertainment Columnist with the Western People newspaper - one of Ireland's best known regional newspapers, and the largest in the North West - for over thirty years.

He is a strong supporter of the live music industry, and a committed crusader towards providing new bands and artists with a platform for their talents.
Stephen Dwane drums and plays guitar with local bands. He also teaches drums and guitar, and has studied Sound Engineering.

Session Musicians can be arranged at adequate notice, including drummer, guitarist, bassist, keyboardist, and a range of other instrumentalists.

David will also be delighted to offer clients the benefit of his experience in the music business at national and local level.

Car parking is free. There is a shop, restaurant, and bars within easy walking distance.

'Mayo's favourite fictional renegades, stars of cinema and TV, the Hardy Bucks, pay a visit to the studio.'

Hardy Bucks
 Recording Studio is a well equipped musician-friendly studio in intimate surroundings. The Studio is operated by David Dwane and his son Stephen.

David Dwane has been involved in the music business at a semi-professional level for many years, and is a registered IMRO songwriter. He has played on the music scene with bands, and as a solo artist.
4 Track EP Gentle Songs Cover
In 1990 David released an EP of his own songs called Gentle Songs featuring Gentle Moy, Ballina Beat, To Mary Robinson, The Old Schoolhouse and Feeling Lonely.

David also co-wrote two songs with Meath lyricist Eddie Maguire that featured on the 1996 album 'Songs for Meath', released to celebrate the achievements of Meath's Gaelic football team. One song from that album - 'The Lovely Hill of Tara' was performed live by Sean O'Farrell on the RTE 1 television show 'Up for the Match'. The second song on the 'Song for Meath' album was 'Shannon River'.

He runs the very successful Dwane School of Music in Ballina, Co. Mayo, where he teaches classical piano to senior certificate level.

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