All about the Music
Music is an open-ended box. For me, it's what you put into it — so what you get out of it is your own personal brew. Traditional folk music should be played from the heart and not from a piece of paper.
We have a kind of eclectic style. We love traditional — and traditions. But there is more to music than just a note or a word. It's a chance to get into someone's heart — to touch them — and make them laugh or bring a tear to their eye.
So for style? We got a new name for our style: "Ez'in'Dill." That's Gaelic for what we do! Not really, it's just Ezra and Dilly together. But our real range of music goes from Gospel to Celtic to American Folk with a lot of parodies in between. And although we love the humorous, light-hearted music, our favorites are the ballads and story songs — the songs that make you think. — Mike
Castle Trim. This castle was filmed for Braveheart and it's not even Scotland!
This Old Man – EznDil
A Bern, built by the pre-Celt civilization — the indigenous Irish
Wild Mountain Thyme – EznDil
Wild Mountain Thyme Posted by Jennifer Wilson on Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Stairwell in Blarney Castle.