TG Lurgan branches out into original content
TG Lurgan’s music is produced in a voluntary capacity and is freely shared on various platforms
After amassing millions of views on YouTube with covers of famous songs, musical project TG Lurgan is looking to create original music.
The initiative from the Irish language summer school Coláiste Lurgan in Connemara has featured among the top ten Irish-produced videos on YouTube every year since its first video, an Irish-language translation of Avicii’s Wake Me Up in 2013, attracted six million views.
Now TG Lurgan wants to source several original...
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