Links ideas

Here are some ideas for links.  Feel free to suggest any links which you may feel relevant to this website. Surf at your own risk - but don't forget to come back!!!

The Official Horslips site. Download mp3s, chat with other fans, purchase merchandise etc...

The Miami Showband Official Site for the Miami: gigs info etc. 
Sean Travers Art The Art Of Sean Travers 
Regent St Media

Site of Company making Film "Love Is" about Steve Travers. 

BMC Band

The BMC Band - Celtic-Blues music at its very original and very best

Interview BMC

A Johnny Fean Interview. Biography © Barry McCabe (BMC) (2000).


Celtus – Information, history on Celtus / Mama’s Boys including gig information on Pat McManus and his band the Painkillers.

Paul Bowen

Paul Bowen - ArtSoldier

Fean&Travers myspace

myspace for the lads set up by Frank Hayes


No direct relationship to this site, but these are two good databases for vinyl-hunters.

Charles O' Connor

Horslips Multi-Musician - Charles - continues to dish out a few musical treats.

Irish Blues

Visit - speaks for itself really.

Vic Singh


Vic Singh, Rock and art photographer – Beautiful site. Well worth a visit. Johnny Fean photos included in portfolio.


A glue of all things Horslips.
Designed and maintained by Lee Templeton in San Francisco


A resource with links to the Showband era.

Radio Kerry

News and music from the kingdom of Kerry . You can listen live!


The Radiators Official site.
Stories of Pete Holidai, Philip Chevron, Steve Rapid, Cait O'Riordan, Johnnie Bonnie, Jimmy Crashe and Mark Megaray.

The Deans 

Athenry Rock Band - on the up and well worth hearing!

Pat Mc Manus &
Hi Voltage

Pat McManus: Biog, Discography
Live Gigs Dates!
Hi Voltage features:
PatMcManus:Guitars, Fiddle & Vocals
Paul McCann:  Bass & Vocals
Sean O’Reilley: Drums &Vocals

Irish Showbands

The most comprehensive collection of photos, information and memorabilia on the Irish showbands and Irish beat scene from 1957 to 1975

Brendan O'Loughlin Brendan, originally from Limerick, is a musician now living on the west coast USA.   You can listen to sample tracks.  Is the guitar line from "Cry for Unity" something that Johnny might have done way way back?