Jamie O. E-News. Feast of St. Brigid Salon

Join Us! Celebrate The Feast of St. Brigid with Roots Salon at the Heikes home in Glen Ellyn, Il. This Salon features Belinda Bremner, Judi Heikes and Jamie with John Erickson on piano, performing poetry and songs around the Brigid-spring theme. Afternoon tea and beer, will be served. Space is limited. Reservations required.

Reservations on the event page: https://www.jamieoreilly.com/events/st-brigids-day-salon-jamie-oreilly-co/

SongNotes Archive
Jamie O’Reilly

Queen of the Four Fires, single

“And now we gather here once more,
chant a timeless tune,
With words that come down to us
from some forgotten rune.
And all four fires, bright as the sun,
the flames only go higher.
And the song we sing is like caroling to the Queen of the Four Fires.”

from Queen of the Four Fires, Swimming Deeper
Listen here.

Queen of the Four Fires
Jamie O’Reilly, vocals
Michael Peter Smith, guitar, bass
From the album Swimming Deeper

St. Brigid painting

About the Feast of St. Brigid, Patron saint of poets, blacksmiths, scholars, sailors, midwives, beer and more. In the U.S. we celebrate Groundhog day February 2. In Ireland, February 1 is St. Brigid’s Day, also known as Imbolc, which marks the beginning of spring, and the arrival of longer, warmer days and the early signs of spring.

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Promo postcard for new year.

ENewsletter Credits
Postcard image of Jamie: Nick Gourguechon
Queen of the Four Fires, Words & Music by Michael P Smith
Iwona Biedermann photo
J. O’Reilly Productions, 2000

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