Craic by the Creek headliner, Nathan Carter has teamed up with Sean Magee, also on the bill for this summer’s festival, for a one off chat and session at Charlie’s Bar in Enniskillen as part of a new music documentary series produced by Sean McQuaid and Roadie TV.
In the first episode of the series, the former All Ireland fiddle champion and multi instrumentalist, Sean Magee, who hails from Fermanagh, and Nathan Carter, who now resides in the same area, converse about their friendship and the country music industry.
The full episode of the ‘Into the Road’ series with Nathan Carter and Sean Magee can be watched below or on the Roadie TV YouTube channel. It’s great to hear a mention for fellow CBTC headliners The Tumbling Paddies on the episode, who, as revealed by Nathan, performed at his birthday party six years ago.
As part of the chat, Liverpool-born, Nathan Carter, expresses his excitement about the vast amount of musical talent in the county and the fact that the country music genre is attracting new generations of fans.
“I’ve definitely seen it go from country music being considered uncool, to a lot of younger generations getting into it and going out dancing and buying the music'
– Nathan Carter
As part of the episode Nathan and Sean perform a stripped back rendition of ‘It’s Really Nice To Meet Someone From Home’ shortly followed on by a top set of reels from Sean on the Fiddle. HUP!
If you get a few minutes spare, definitely give this one a watch! Don’t forget, you can catch both Nathan and Sean at Craic by the Creek this summer!