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Music at Marrowbone Books: Branwen

Until recently, Dublin-born, Clare-raised Branwen Kavanagh was best know as half of Twin Headed Wolf – the other head being her twin sister Julie.

These days, she is simply Branwen. She is soon to release a new record, which also features violinist Nicholas Cooper and clarinetist Deirdre O’Leary.

In this podcast, she talks to Martin Cook about mixing art forms, striking out with this new project, and how she came to be playing a petrol can – and she plays some songs at Marrowbone Books in The Coombe.

You can listen on the player below, or by following the Dublin Inquirer Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes.

Martin Cook portrait
Martin Cook

Martin's substantive career was in civil engineering, specialising in the field of traffic and transportation. Currently, he is attached to Dublin City FM, and works as a freelance broadcast journalist. He is continuously striving to ignore alien orders.



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