Anne Randolph from Ireland, now living and working in Wicklow is a singer of contemporary folk and Celtic songs which she has sourced throughout her life from old teachers, folklore and other musicians.
Anne selects and sings songs that touch the heart and have a strong story to tell as ultimately this is what all singer’s do– tell the stories. She has found a rich source of material in the works of early Irish and Celtic writers such as Thomas Moore, W B Yeats, and Robbie Burns partnering these with the strong folk and blues tunes of the 60’s and beyond, singing the songs of such artists as Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, and more current artists such as Mick Hanly, Keith Donald, Iris DeMent, Natalie Merchant among others.
Anne has two grown up sons both successful sportsmen, her son Darren Randolph is a professional footballer having been the Ireland soccer team Goalkeeper for many years, and now lives with his partner and child in London. Neil is an accountant, has represented Ireland in basketball, and plays with Templeogue Basketball Club and has a love of cliff jumping and anything outdoors. Her husband is Ed Randolph, well known basketball player and coach in south county Dublin for many years.