Graham Henderson - Keyboards
The beautiful & amazing keyboard work on the "Shoebox Full Of Secrets" album, was performed by Graham Henderson, who has been a prolific guest musician on several recent albums, collaborating with Celtic artists such as Donal Lunny, Sharon Shannon, Frances Black, Fairground Attraction/Eddie Reader, and also artists such as Martin Stephenson & The Cowboy Junkies.
A very much in-demand keyboard wizard on piano, keyboards, accordion & Hammond Organ.
Below is a list of his recent work :-
Journey-Best Of Donal Lunny
Spellbound-Best Of Sharon Shannon
Each Little Thing
Beyond The Leap Beyond The Law
Yogi In My House
Talk To Me
Ay Fond Kiss (Ger)
Discography (All Music)
Graham Henderson - collaboration with Donal Lunny / Coolfin
The Belfast born uilleann piper John McSherry made his mark at the age of 15 by
winning several All-Ireland Championship titles; aged 18, he was the youngest ever
winner of the much coveted senior oireachtas piping competition and as a result, that
same year, he headlined the prestigious inter-celtic festival in Laurent. He went on to
form 'Tamalin' with his brothers and sisters; their original blend of traditional and
popular music set them apart and led to numerous performances at major festivals
worldwide. In 1996 John and 'Tamalin' collaborated with the late Dave Early to
record a very successful debut album Rhythm And Rhyme. In 1997 John joined
longtime friends and collaborators to record the critically acclaimed Lunasa Live.
In mid 1996 he joined the newly formed 'Coolfin' with Donal Lunny and musicians
such as Nollaig Casey, Sharon Shannon, Ray Fean and Graham Henderson. They
played host to a wide range of artists including Sinead O'Connor, Emmylou Harris,
Elvis Costello, Steve Earle and Eddie Reader. In 1998 'Coolfin' released their debut
album to much critical acclaim. John continues to tour with the band, who are set to
record their follow-up-album. John is currently working on his first solo venture and
albums with Mike McGoldrick and Graham Henderson respectively.