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Cormac O Caoimh is singer songwriter from Ireland. He has released 4 singer-songwriter albums and the fifth ("The Moon loses its memory") is out June 20th. (or has been released already if this page does not get updated after it has been released).

Visit the new the "Moons memory" page for info and updates on the the a new cd

Visit the new "A New Season" page for info and updates on the the a new season for love cd

For more info you can read the bio or read some quotes from reviews or better still just watch some videos or listen to some tunes. You can also purchase cds or download cds. You can connect with him on various sites and through various formats by visiting the connect page. Please feel free to "like" the site if you like the site using the like buttons on the top of the page. Or feel free to share the songwriter videos on the videos page if you like them.

"Acoustic Gems from the Cork singer-songwriter. Each song superglues to the memory " **** Mojo Magazine

"This is one album you should not ignore" - Folkwords

"O Caoimh has achieved something here that most songwriters aspire to" - Instrumentali

"will accompany me on my travels in the future, given it's uplifitng and strong pop-folk vibe" - Remy's Music & Film Guide

"An effortlessly charming album" - Songwriter Magazine

"a tour de force" - Americana UK

“a refreshingly broad album.. an amalgamation of art and music.. the result is intriguingly beautiful..I’m definitely a fan.”- Inserttitle.ie

"Leeside singer/songwriter Cormac O Caoimh explores darker subject matter on his third album and flirts with indie pop, folk and jazz among other genres" - The Daily Star

"Cormac's songs are like little sculptures... considered, shaped and honed into things of beauty that find their way to your soul."
- Fiachna Ó Braonáin (Hothouse Flowers)

"if there’s any justice in this mad musical world, those who have not heard of this man will be in the minority very soon" - Golden Plec

"it really got its claws into me...I can’t stop playing it" - Musician.ie

"this album is a tour de force" - AmericanaUK

"Cormac O Caoimh's Cork-accented folk shines..with his gentle lilt showing the strength of these songs" - The Ticket/Irish Times

"a versatile masterpiece" - Celebrity Cafe

"rooted in the ethos of Elvis Costello and Paddy McAloon" - The Sunday Times

"this a brew that's stronger than you think, you take in its smooth taste and captivating aromas, before discovering there is more strength/caffeine beneath the surface than you were expecting and it's a bit edgier than you were lead to believe." - Fatea Magazine

"This weaving, concept album is simply amazing" - GiggingNI.com

"it exudes quality lyrics and exceptional musicality"- Ralph's Life

"wonderful collection of songs by this excellent independent singer/songwriter" - Geoffrey Bennett/Musicians Together

"“Cormac O’ Caoimh’s songwriting is akin to that of the ‘80s school of wordsmiths such as Lloyd Cole, Paddy McAloon and even Elvis Costello....a songwriter to be reckoned with" - Hot Press

"placing himself at an interesting arms-length remove from the (singer-songwriter) genre..an impressive album of folk-pop songs" - we are noise

"a real tour de force...a warm folksy masterpiece..an excellent piece of work..9/10 stars" - whisperinandhollerin

"excellent songs, fine guitar work and tasteful arrangements" - Martin Bridgeman KCLR

"Subtle, thoughtful lyrics, and that smooth, honeyed delivery, make his material a joy to the listening ear" - Roy Thompson, Ballymore Acoustic Gigs

"Beautiful new album. Highly Recommended" - The 4 Of Us

"Cormac's songs are simultaneously exciting and innovative, as well as warm and accessible" - The Bard Sessions

"What is conceived here is a mark of triumph" - U&I Magazine

" his warm, intimate vocals and intricate yet free-flowing guitar playing are the real joys here, ensuring O’Caoimh’s star still shines bright" - Leonard's Lair

"an artist hitting his creative stride and one of the finest I’ve heard this year" - Niallofcork

"His warm and delicate guitar combines to make an enthralling and striking third solo album" - Fatea Magazine

Cormac O Caoimh uses

Godin Guitars, Schertler amps & Logjam Stompers