Here are just a few of the numerous broadcasts over the past few years...
This Friday, Project Literacy Kelowna is celebrating 25 years of work in Kelowna. The organization is recognizing the volunteers who help people with reading, math skills and more. The Words and Wine Gala features food, drink and music by Irish singer composer Julie Feeney. The internationally acclaimed musician is flying in from New York just to play the show because of a man who discovered Julie's music during a difficult time in his life. Listen hear to Daybreak with Chris Walker.
Julie traveled to Kelowna in Canada for a special fan. Listen to her interview here. Music played is Mr. Roving Eye Guy.
Two of Ireland's most talented stage performers, Jack L and Julie Feeney, have joined forces to present a ground-breaking new radio series, High Fidelity, a century of recorded song. The Athena Media production for RTÉ was initially broadcast on RTÉ Lyric FM and was broadcast again on RTÉ Radio 1 over 26 weeks. It explores a sound-map of recorded song from Thomas Edison to the iPod, from Tin Pan Alley to X-Factor.
After speaking at Rethink Music (Berklee College of Music/Harvard Business School/Berkman Center/Midem), Julie Feeney recorded an interview on WBUR's ‘Here and Now', an NPR show that syndicates to over 60 stations across America. Details of broadcast posted soon…
Julie Feeney self-orchestrates and performs on BBC Radio Ulster with the Ulster Orchestra
Julie Feeney performed her self-orchestrated song-cycle of her debut album '13 songs' solo with the 65 piece Ulster Orchestra. It was broadcast live on BBC Radio Ulster on the 3rd May 2007 at 8pm from the Waterfront Hall in Belfast in front of an audience of 2,000. The concert was the opening concert of the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival.
Julie performed solo and was interviewed live by Martha Kearney on ‘Woman's Hour', the BBC Radio 4 flagship programme. It was broadcast live on the16th February 2007 at 10am in London.
Julie co-presents 26 week national radio series - RTÉ LyricFM
Two of Ireland's most talented stage performers, Jack L and Julie Feeney, have joined forces to present a ground-breaking new radio series, High Fidelity, a century of recorded song, which starts May 16th on RTÉ lyric fm.
The series, produced by former RTÉ head of radio, Helen Shaw, who now heads her own independent production company, Athena Media, runs for 26 weeks and promises a sound-map of recorded song from Thomas Edison to the iPod, from Tin Pan Alley to X-Factor.
Ireland’s Innovative, Genre-Spanning Pop Star Julie Feeney Will Make Her Los Angeles Debut With Two Shows In The Coming Weeks, Including A Special KCRW Presents School Night Performance With Chris Douridas.
Julie Feeney, the “eccentric pop genius” who recently blew away packed crowds at New York City’s Joe’s Pub and Mercury Lounge, has been chosen by Chris Douridas to make her LA debut at a special KCRW Presents School Night performance at Bardot in Hollywood on March 28. Feeney, who “towers over her contemporaries” (The Guardian), will then bring her dramatic mini-orchestra of piano, trumpets, strings, singers and sticks to Hotel Café on April 2.
Julie's first album '13 songs' receives regular airplay on Eclectic 24 on KCRW 89.9FM in the U.S. and has been played on the station since 2006. The tracks ‘Autopilot', ‘Alien' and ‘Lui' are getting played a lot.
Julie was interviewed on the Adrian Flannelly Show in New York on St. Patrick's Day with co-host John Dearie. She performed ‘Impossibly Beautiful' and her own rendition of ‘Hi Ho'.
Julie orchestrates and performs with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra
Composer/performer Julie Feeney with the RTE Concert Orchestra and conductor David Brophy performing on The John Kelly Ensemble on RTE Lyric FM as part of RTE Big Music Week 2010
Julie's music on Irish Radio
Julie's music receives widespread airplay on national and local Irish radio right across the spectrum from the classical station RTE Lyric FM to daytime on RTE Radio One to 2FM. With ‘pages' and '13 songs' Julie has been interviewed and performed live extensively with her own ensemble, with orchestra or solo on shows with: John Kelly, Pat Kenny, John Murray, Tom Dunne, Paul McLoone, Ryan Tubridy, Dave Fanning, Fionn Davenport, Dan Hegarty, Dave Heffernan, Myles Dungan, Brendan Tier, Jon Richards, Dave Heffernan, Marie-Louise Muir, Sinead Ni Mhordha, Denis Dinan, Liam Byrne, Kieran Hurley, Gerry Murphy and Marc Roberts…
Julie Feeney airplay on BBC Radio 2
‘Impossibly Beautiful' received airplay on BBC Radio 2 in the U.K. and was featured on Sunday Spotlight on ‘Good Morning Sunday' in 2009…
Julie was invited to present a five week radio series which she named ‘Kaleidoscope' on RTE Radio One under the Music Collection series presented by Aidan Butler. See the full playlist and all information here.
Julie debuted her second album ‘pages' on John Kelly's JK Ensemble. The concert on April 2nd 2009 was broadcast on RTE Lyric FM from The Village in Dublin.
Julie was a featured interviewed artist on the year-round-up special edition of ‘The Arts Show‘ on RTE Radio One. The other featured guests were critically acclaimed award-winners Anne Enright, Lenny Abrahamson and Mark O'Halloran. The show was broadcast on the 27th December 2007.
13th July 2007 at 2pm- Julie was featured in interview and in performance with her ensemble on The JK Ensemble on Lyric FM with John Kelly. It was broadcast live from Kinsale Arts Festival, Co. Cork.
On the 16th January 2007, 19:00 Julie performed a solo session live on Tom Robinson's show on BBC Radio 6, London.
Julie performed at the Eurosonic Festival in Gronigen at The Grand Theatre. The show was broadcast live on 2FM and all over Europe. To warm up Julie also performed a live session on 2FM in January.
Julie performs the whole of '13 songs' live on RTÉ Lyric FM
On the16th of November 2006 on ‘Blue of the Night' with Paul Herriot, RTE Lyric FM broadcast a full concert of Julie's album '13 songs' with her ensemble. It was broadcast live from the Sugar Club in Dublin in front of a live audience.