I released a track Crimson Gown three years ago, so thought it would be nice to post it again. The track is also now available from my Bandcamp site. [social_warfare buttons=”Facebook, Twitter”] [contact-form-7 id=”1920″ title=”Sign Up Here”]
Crimson Gown I am delighted launch my new single ‘Crimson Gown’. The other track on the CD is called Insieme, a piano instrumental. I composed and arranged the music and Fiach Moriarty wrote the lyrics and melody for Crimson Gown. Miriam Ingram added beautiful harmonies and it’s accompanied on guitar[…]
Simon Quigley Ensemble Simon Quigley Ensemble are proud to announce an exciting evening of new music at Arthurs Pub on Thomas Street in Dublin. This includes songs, instrumentals and electronica. Simon Quigley on piano with singers Martin McCann, Clare Kavanagh, Fiach Moriarty, Peter Meighan on guitar, Katherine Atkinson on keyboard,[…]
Competition Just answer this question: What was my first solo EP called ? The first 5 people to answer correctly get a copy of the EP for free at my gig in Arthur’s Pub on April 27th. A) The Human Tide B) Life on Mars C) Yellow Submarine Click on[…]
I’ve uploaded a radio edit of “Human Frailty” to Soundcloud, do go have a listen.
This is a demo of a song called “A Lovers Lullaby by Brian Brody” who is a singer songwriter from Dublin. I arranged the strings on this track so this is just a sample hope you enjoy.
A Night By The Ocean is the launch of new music by composer and pianist Simon Quigley who was a member of the successful Dublin indie group Sack that first performed in the mid 1990’s. In his new solo career and with collaborative special guests from some of Ireland’s most creative musicians; singer-songwriter Martin[…]
RTE Radio one Arena “A Night By The Ocean” by Simon Quigley Musician/composer Simon Quigley explains his debut solo project at the National Concert Hall next week, a concert called “A Night by the Ocean” where the ocean is the theme that links all the songs. The music comes from[…]
Our Human Frailty tackles the first migrant crises of the 21st century. This will of course continue because of several factors that have coalesced at this time, those been climate change, middle eastern economic and religious wars and the continuing financial crises and the imbalance in wealth and opportunity around[…]