A Few of our Finest Singers and Players A to G
The Byrne Brothers were originally from Great Paradise. Their family moved to St. John's when they were quite young. Joe and Pat, along with Baxter Wareham, began playing traditional and original Newfoundland songs and music at festivals and the like. This resulted in the production of the album Towards the Sunset. Read More
Byrne Brothers' Songs

From Towards the Sunset. Pigeon Inlet Productions, 1983.

High Degree. Pat Byrne sings Al Pittman song of a scoundrel seducing the merchant's daughter.
The Silver Dove. Joe Byrne sings about the lovely girl from South East Bight that he'll be keeping. Written by Pat Byrne and Al Pittman.
Towards the Sunset. Pat Byrne wrote and sings about sailing up Placentia Bay in search of yesterday.
The Rocks of Merasheen. Joe Byrne sings of an aging whaler who pines for home and the girl he left behind. Written by Al Pittman, Pat and Joe Byrne.