Enda McCabe was born in Dublin, but spent a large portion of his life (24 years) in England. A fine singer, accompanied or unaccompanied, Enda has performed in folk clubs, arts centres, libraries and at festivals in the Ireland, the UK Europe and the United States. He has a particular fondness for Dublin songs, but his repertoire is wide ranging and incorporates, among others, many Irish language songs and self-composed ballads. To date Enda has released two albums: Dreams of Carrickfergus in 1990, which was inspired by the singing of the late Frank Harte, and Ceol sa Chistin (Music in the Kitchen) 2010, which John Brophy in the Irish Music Magazine described as being “essentially an album about emigration”. Enda also plays guitar and mandola. He has just completed an MA in Irish Traditional Music Performance at University of Limerick.