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AtSongs represent emerging and established talent in Ireland. We search for songwriters and songs that have a distinct Irish nature as well as a sensibility that travels beyond frontiers. From contemporary to traditional, AtSongs can supply exceptional songs and music from Ireland for other artists to cover, as well as for use in a broad range of films, television series, documentaries and online outlets.



Ross is an up and coming singer songwriter from Cork, Ireland.


Ross uses music to make sense of difficult emotions and experiences faced in life. His debut EP Rebirth comes from a place of grief and disarray. The 4 track EP deals with heavy topics such as coping with a loved one suffering with dementia, the death of a family member, and the loss of a love interest to the modalities of modern society. Ross describes the EP as a coping mechanism for someone experiencing grief.

SometimesRoss O'Halloran
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Ruth Brosnan is a singer, songwriter and musician from Cork, Ireland. She studied at CIT Cork School of Music where she graduated with a First Class Honors BA in Popular Music in June 2018.


Following on from completion of her studies she moved to Los Angeles on a graduate visa to learn more about the music business. In LA she worked as Marketing Officer/Senior Assistant for Love Harmony Records. Ruth’s main responsibilities included Public Relations and Marketing, Media promotion and Spotify promotion.

Toodle-ooRuth Brosnan
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Niamh Ni Charra

 Niamh Ní Charra is an award-winning musician from Killarney in Co Kerry. Currently living in the Liberties in Dublin, she also spends a lot of time in Galway, where she works as an archivist. Her latest album, Donnelly’s Arm, was recorded during lockdown. Ní Charra toured as a soloist with Riverdance from 1998 to 2006. She performed in Tradfest earlier this year . For more information, visit

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