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Steel Clover / Press

“For fans of Loreena McKennitt, Connie Dover and Karen Matheson, this is a welcomed release. Celtic songs are beautiful, evocative and heart-hurting. It is always important that they are given the proper revival they need. So start listening to this album and sing along. Sing your heart’s content. Sing your pain, joy and love with the brevity of spirit through the celebration of the human voice: the greatest musical instrument! Sue plays many instruments including guitar, fiddle, mandolin, bouzouki, Irish whistle, bodhran and accordion. Buy the album here: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/steelclover Artist contact: steelclovermusic@gmail.com ”

“Hey yinz! Looks like I spoke a bit too soon about the end of winter. It's cold out there! If you're looking for some inspiration to carry you through the week, MP3 Monday has got your back. This week's artist is Sue Borowski, aka Steel Clover, who has remained positive and determined to continue making her touching Celtic music during her battle with breast cancer. She's been donating a portion of her CD sales to local cancer charities, and performed in this year's St. Patrick's day parade. It's a story that is deeply inspirational and makes you count your blessings. Oh, and her music's pretty good too! You can stream or download her song "Pride of Ireland" below.”

“Borowski immersed herself in music, recording for five months into the wee hours in her home studio. “At the end of every night, I went to sleep with a smile on my face. I was so happy that I was able to accomplish something so beautiful,” she says. After completing the solo debut, she forged ahead on a Christmas album. “The songs she wrote, the music she played and producing two CDs that are really, really good, shows me her focus, energy, enthusiasm and talent,” says Diane Byrnes of Etna, host of “Echoes of Erin” on WEDO 810 AM. “I was amazed at the talent she possesses. Ah, it was hidden a bit (before she went solo), but no more!” Read more: http://triblive.com/aande/music/3493573-74/borowski-cancer-says#ixzz2NIDNfjws Follow us: @triblive on Twitter | triblive on Facebook”

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“Borowski sees Penn’s Colony as the “perfect” setting for a historical celebration. “We enjoy the beauty of the property. The vendors are fun, and the folks who stop by to see our show always makes us smile,” she says. “We are there to make their experience more memorable, and, in return, they make it memorable for us by enjoying our music.” “(Festivals) are a celebration of something special, and Penn’s Colony is definitely something special,” says Borowski, who may include some songs from her new debut CD, “In the Celtic Spirit,” (www.steelclovermusic.com) inspired by music’s role in helping her through breast-cancer treatments. It is part of her solo project under the name of Steel Clover. ”

““(Festivals) are a celebration of something special, and Penn’s Colony is definitely something special,” says Borowski, who may include some songs from her new debut CD, “In the Celtic Spirit,” (www.steelclovermusic.com) inspired by music’s role in helping her through breast-cancer treatments. It is part of her solo project under the name of Steel Clover. ”

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