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FOLKWORLD REVIEW

This Irish singer stands out for her beautiful crystal clear warm vocals. Stylistically she successfully bridges Irish trad, contemporary singer songwriter and Pop. The album offers a great selection of self penned and other songs. Her own songs are very…

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THE LIVING TRADITION REVIEW

REVIEW FROM www.livingtradition.co.uk 

AOIFE SCOTT - Carry The Day 
Wendypops Records WENR001 

Twelve contemporary folk songs make up this assured and engaging debut album from Aoife Scott. With a voice that is everything to be expected of the…

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IRISH MUSIC MAGAZINE REVIEW

Carry the Day  
WENR001  
12 Tracks, 52 Minutes  
www.aoifescott.com  

Aoife Scott comes with a 24 carat pedigree, daughter of Frances Black, niece to Mary Black, cousin of Danny O’Reilly of the Coronas. You can hear that musical DNA on…

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THE IRISH ECHO

The daughter of Frances Black, Scott has very recently followed in her mother’s footsteps in beginning a solo music career.  Her debut album, “Carry the Day” hit music stores six months ago.  She accompanied the release with a show on…

FOLKWORDS REVIEW by Tim Carroll

(May 31, 2016) 

‘Carry The Day’ from Aoife Scott - once you listen the rapture is complete 

Folk singer-songwriter Aoife Scott has an indefinable quality to her luscious voice that simply compels you to listen ... and once…

TRADCONNECT REVIEW by Tony Lawless


March 21 2015

This debut release by Dublin folk singer Aoife Scottdelivers a very satisfying mix of new material alongside some equally admirable covers. The pressure of being part of the Black family with mother, Frances, and aunt, Mary…

THE IRISH TIMES REVIEW by Siobhan Long

Thursday March 24th 2016 

-  'Carry the Day: a richly layered, impressive debut album - 

Lengthy percolation is writ large on this solo debut from Aoife Scott. As co-writer (with Enda Reilly) of half of the 12 songs here, Scott…