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Home-grown Soul The Irish Times Life section recently took a look at some really inspirational Irish folks who have changed their career path after traveling abroad. Our very own Founder & CEO Chris Maher was featured in the latest publication and he talks about some of the inspiration behind his …

The Soul Train gathers steam Some more great exposure for the Musical Youth Foundation: the Dublin People picked up on Chris’ recent appearance in the Memphis Daily News. Read the full story over on their website.

Talking in Memphis Dublin soul reaches the music capital of the world Memphis Tennessee as Musical Youth Foundation CEO Chris Maher is interviewed by the paper of record the Memphis Daily News and described as “Memphis soul music’s greatest ambassador”. “Maher’s mission to promote and preserve soul music includes passing …

“deadly” craic at the Swan Youth Service Laughter and banter can be heard between teacher and pupils at the guitar lesson in Swan Youth Service on Dunne Street, Dublin 1. Playing instruments donated by Dublin City Soul Festival’s charity the Musical Youth Foundation, the group are not only enjoying a …

Coverage of our November 26th launch party was featured on Irish music website State.ie. The guys over at State mag gave some nice coverage to the gig, which took place in The Village and saw great bands including the River Valley Band and Mob Fandango rock the night away. For …

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