Conor Mulroy

Biography

Conor Mulroy is a composer and multi-instrumentalist whose style covers a wide range of musical influences. He owns his own record label, through which he has published and released 7 records in genres that include bluegrass, classical, metal, jazz, and singer/songwriter. He has a master’s degree in music composition, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in music composition at the University of Northern Colorado. Throughout his career he has worked with other labels and media companies to promote his music and has toured throughout the United States with other artists as well as a solo act. In addition to performing he has also spent a lot of time writing music that ranges from pieces for solo instruments to music arranged for symphony orchestras.

“A Postcard from Finnegan’s Lane” was recorded in Housitonic, MA at Pilot Recording Studios. It has 7 songs written by Conor Mulroy, chosen from a collection of around 50 songs sketched out over the last four years. It also has 3 instrumentals drawing influence from music written during the medieval era. The album was produced by Michael Feingold, who added dozens of instruments and new layers to the basic tracks, drawing from his background in orchestration. Damien Page Lewis engineered and mixed the record, and Patrick Warren added multiple keyboard instruments and wrote string arrangements. The four musicians spent a week in the studio, and the sound of the record came together nicely with all the musicians collaborating during the recording process. The result is a unique singer/songwriter record, check out the result!