Colm Egan – ”Wandering Irish heart” at The Märchenzelt, Augsburg.

I had to the opportunity in July to take part in a day of video making in Augsburg, Germany with Attila and Friends and Dirk Wonhöfer. We recorded a number of original songs in the Maerchenzelt on blistering hot summer’s day including a previously unreleased song called ”Wandering Irish Heart.”

You can watch ”Wandering Irish Heat” at The Maerchenzelt on YouTube at

I’d like to thank all the musicians, and Attila and Dirk for their work. Thanks also to Matthias Fischer of the Maerchenzelt for letting us record there.

Sommerlounge an der Wertach

33248891_188668828453689_7020969999250489344_oI’m looking forward to playing at Sommerlounge an der Wertach on Friday, June 22. Things will kick off at 4pm and I’ll be hitting the stage from 9-10pm but be sure to get there early to check out the other great musicians and artists.


22 June 2019 – Drentwettstraße, 86154 Augsburg, Deutschland.


Sommerfest Uni Augsburg

Delighted to be opening for the brilliant musician and songwriter Lyn Conary at Sommerfest Uni Augsburg on June 20 from 15:30 at Universitätsstraße 6, 86159 Augsburg.  Lyn featured on both ‘Remember’ and ‘Fall’ from my album ‘Songs of Healing’ and you can find more from her on her website. Looking forward!

‘Songs of Healing’ Available Now

‘Songs of Healing’ is available now

Album Description (taken from CD Baby):

Cover + Titulos

The Irish musician’s latest offering exhibits carefully crafted, heartfelt and emotionally stirring songwriting, which incorporates his folk, alternative/indie rock and traditional influences.

Born into the coal mining community of Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, song and story were woven into the fabric of daily life and were subsequently absorbed by the musician in his younger years. The voices and stories of everyday folk permeate throughout Colm’s body of work. His first song ‘The Deerpark Mines’ describes the return of an ex-miner to the ruins of his former workplace where he sits in solitude, sadness and memory, contemplating a way of life which has long since passed.

Stories are central to ‘Songs of Healing.’ The album sets an honest, reflective, yet optimistic tone as it deals with the tenderness and fragility of life, friendship and hope. Featuring many of the musicians he has worked with since moving to Germany in 2014, it’s fair to say that ‘Songs of Healing’ sees Colm move in new and exciting musical direction for 2018.

‘Songs of Healing’ liner notes in PDF format here