The Clare costal village of Dubhlinn, or Doolin, is the home of Irish traditional music. It is where local uilleann piper and “veritable one-man pipe band” Blackie O’Connell; illustrious bouzouki accompanist and prominent Irish folk singer to “enthral and enthuse” Cyril O’Donoghue; as well as Cork fiddle experimenter, “a pinnacle of acoustic music”, Eoghan Neff first came together to form a high octane music trio characterised by wild improvisation. This is "Dubhlinn".