Moxie are an alternative folk band from the West of Ireland emerging from traditional Irish music roots.
Moxie’s music seamlessly blends Irish traditional music with different genres and their style represents a unique and colourful illustration of the multicultural society we live in today. Their career has so far seen unprecedented highlights such as performing at the Hanoi Opera House in Vietnam in 2016, composing and performing the soundtrack of Prodijig, the revolution and performing their original music in the National Concert Hall with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra.
They are now coming back with a new project with their new lead singer/songwriter Julia Spanu and are releasing their new album. This new record will display an innovative soundscape where world music has never been so well associated to Irish music.
It's a bumper year for Trad at St. Patrick's Festival 2021.
From emerging bands, to céilí groups and dancers, industry innovators and their established contemporaries, this year sees over 300 artists & filmmakers premier newly filmed performances, covering the breadth of Ireland and the scope of its talents.
A celebration of our most treasured performers, this programme commemorates the rich history of traditional music while looking forward to the future and recognising some of the industry's most innovative artists. SPF TV audiences are invited to join the party, from intimate sessions to foot stomping céilí bands, this is an opportunity to delve deep into Ireland's wealth of traditional music.
Artists: Moxie; Ted Kelly, Darren Roche, Cillian Doheny, Jos Kelly, Josh Sampson, Julia Spanu.
Film Maker: Peter Clyne
Commissioned by St. Patrick's Festival