More From Sean McCabe

Lyrics n Ballads By Sean McCabe
Paperback: $8.00
Ships in 3-5 business days
Book of poems exploring the expatriate Life of an Irish balladeer who has spent time in such places as New York, Guatemala, Sweden, and the Irish Midlands. These poems are distinguished and lonely
Breakfast in Woodside Vol 2 By Sean McCabe
Paperback: List Price: $19.96 $11.98 | You Save: 40%
Ships in 3-5 business days
Jimmy Devine continues his quest to 'make it' as a singer in New York. Harry Foley Junior continues to plan on rescuing his daughter Lucy who has been kidnapped by a fanatical cult leader. Freddie... More > Fee continues to hope for the return of his girlfriend Mimi who left him because he won't stop drinking. Judy Murtagh continues to look for love in the wrong places. Frederick Lancaster continues to be anguished over the two loves of his life, his live in girlfriend Brenda and Winnie, his extra girl. Gideon continues his efforts to become the greatest Irish fiddler of them all. All of these characters have one thing in common: they are part of the heartbeat of New York, and cannot think of themselves as being anywhere else... 'McCabe's gentle recollections spring eternal'- Cahir O Doherty, The Irish Voice, New York< Less
Breakfast In Woodside Vol 1 By Sean McCabe
Paperback: $17.88
Ships in 3-5 business days
Jimmy Devine has arrived in New York with the intention of starting an Irish band. He recruits Frederick Lancaster, accordionist, actor, raconteur, waiter, general man about town, and Gideon, the... More > shy and sometimes wilful fiddler who plays Irish music in the subway stations of Brooklyn, to his cause, and together 'The Blazing Sons', as they call themselves, set about conquering New York! Jimmy lands some gigs in Irish pubs in Woodside and the Bronx. He discovers, however, that the path to the big time on the Irish scene in New York is strewn with many obsctacles, not to mention casualties. Dickensian in scope, 'Breakfast in Woodside' is a tale of the contemporary Irish experience in New York, and is told through the viewpoint of several characters, both Irish born and American born. For some, the grass has proved to indeed be 'greener on the other side'; for others it has not. "McCabe's gentle recollections spring eternal" - Cahir O Doherty, The Irish Voice, New York.< Less
Jimmy's Way By Sean McCabe
Paperback: $4.97
Ships in 3-5 business days
Jimmy's adventures on the Irish pub scene in New York as he tries to get his band together...