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Interviews by the Author

Hayes, Martin (January 27, 2015) Flagmount, East Clare, Ireland: in Martin's kitchen.

Hayes, Martin (December 18, 2014) Agra, India: bus on route to the Taj Mahal

Hayes, Martin (December 16, 2014) Delhi, India: in Hotel

Cahill, Dennis (December 17, 2014) Delhi, India: in taxi

Cahill, Dennis (December 16, 2014) Delhi, India: in Hotel

Lal, Utsav (December 20, 2014) Mumbai, India: in Hotel

Tweedie, Alan (December 19, 2014) Mumbai, India: Liberty Hall (post-concert)

Nath, Paras (December 19, 2014) Mumbai, India: Liberty Hall (backstage)

Ó Suílebheánn, Micheál (April 15, 2013) Limerick, Ireland: Pavilion, University of Limerick

O' Ríada, Peadar (April, 2014) Cuíl Aodha, Co. Cork, Ireland: O' Ríada family home

Third Space Ensemble (April, 2013) Limerick, Ireland: Pavillion, University of Limerick

Hayes, Tommy (26 March, 2016) Co, Clare, Ireland: in my van on route to gig

Sanyal, Debojyoti (3 August, 2016) Faha, Co, Clare, Ireland: in my home studio