Besides contributing articles and reviews to The Wall Street Journal, Earle Hitchner is a weekly music columnist for the Irish Echo newspaper. He has also written on music for Billboard, MTVs Sonicnet, Details, New Choices, and The Oxford American, and been a seven-time nominating judge for annual awards given by the Association for Independent Music (AFIM).
Earle has provided liner notes for more than 50 recordings, including the Grammy-nominated "The Celtic Album" by the Boston Pops Orchestra in 1998. In 1999, he wrote six essays for the widely praised reference book "The Companion to Irish Traditional Music," co-published by Cork University Press and New York University Press. He has also consulted on four film documentaries of Irish traditional music broadcast on public television, and lectured on the subject at Boston College, New York University, Milwaukee Irish Fest, and the Bardavon 1869 Opera House in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
The Celtic Cafe is honored to feature Earle Hitchner's many articles that have appeared within our site!
- Top Traditional Albums of 2000
- Hibernian Humor Finds Expression In Song
- Clogless and Fancy Free - Jean Butler and Colin Dunne
- Seamus Egan:
Breakout Year for Talented Multi-Instrumentalist
- Solas: America's Own Irish-Music Band
- Kevin Burke
- Paul Brady
- Kate Rusby
- Ten Celtic CDs You Shouldn't Be Without
- Le Carrefour Mondial de l'Accordéon
- Remembering Tony Cuffe