Feet of a Dancer benefiting United Action for Youth now available for download

All proceeds from downloads benefit United Action for Youth.

The song is also available on Spotify, Google Play and all the usual streaming services so please consider a direct donation to United Action for Youth if you choose to stream.

A collaboration spanning decades and continents unites Iowa’s beloved Irish trad band Coppers & Brass, Irish step dancer Tréa Champagne, TCRG, Champagne Academy of Irish Dance and McGovern Music Studio for a song to benefit United Action for Youth.

All proceeds benefit United Action for Youth in celebration of 50 years of serving youth and families in Eastern Iowa.

“Feet of a Dancer” is by Charlie McGettigan (Drumshanbo, County Leitrim, Ireland).

This arrangement also features the original hornpipe “Champagne Dancers” by Keith Reins and the reel “Castle Island” by Timothy M. Dillon.

Coppers & Brass
Frank Claudy, flute and whistle
Joseph Dutcher, bodhrán and vocals
Tara McGovern, fiddle and vocals
Keith Reins, guitar

Tréa Champagne, TCRG, Irish step dance and vocals

Additional vocals by dancers/musicians of Champagne Academy of Irish Dance, McGovern Music Studio and our marvelous youth singers Anna, Eviva, Honora, Lauren, Lilia, Lorali, Nina, Nolan, and Rose.

Recorded at United Action for Youth in Iowa City by Kylie Buddin and Nick Mendoza. Mixing and sound editing by Kylie Buddin.

Cover art by Elyse Chapman in cooperation with Coralville Center for the Performing Arts.

We’re very grateful to Elyse and CCPA for allowing us to use this logo which originated with the first collaborative performance of this song at I LIFT MY LAMP: songs & stories of Irish immigration on November 16, 2019 at Coralville Center for the Performing Arts in Coralville, Iowa.

1 thought on “Feet of a Dancer benefiting United Action for Youth now available for download”

  1. […] of Irish Dance, McGovern Music Studio and United Action for Youth to record Charlie McGettigan’s Feet of a Dancer. We’re so proud of the result and we’d love it if you would share widely. All proceeds benefit […]

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