Coastline Radio

Bringing you the best in Irish and Country Music

About Us

A Home for some of the best Country and Irish music .
Coastline Radio is a not for profit organisation whose sole purpose is to bring to you the listener the best in Country and Irish music, Our system is set up so that if you like a track you can purchase it from the supplier thereby supporting the artist. If you are an up and coming singer and want to be heard on radio then please send us an MP3 of your music and we will put it on our Auto DJ it will also be played by our live DJ’s, plus we point to iTunes where the listener can purchase the track or Album we also list and Amazon.

So if you are and artist performer or singer playing at a venue send us your details and we will advertise them here, or if you are putting on a night of good Country and Irish music in your Bar/Hotel, parish Hall, or Barn Dance please send us the details early and we will post them here on Coastlineradio We need more DJ’s so if you think you could present a show for an hour or more please email details to me Brendan Gavin, or Call/Text me at 087 9941850

Our auto DJ runs 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
About Us

Have You Made Any Self-Recordings ? ? ?

Why not get heard on the airwaves ........       We are here to help. It would be our pleasure to launch the next great country star.

If you are part of a band, group or a solo-artist and would like to have your recordings featured on Coastline Radio then just email your mp3 tracks to or to any of the presenters and we will be only delighted to give them an airing on Ireland's finest radio station, Coastline Radio. We love introducing new artists to the country music world.


Brendan Gavin

Owner, Producer and Managing Director

As well as being the owner, producer and station manager, Brendan presents two shows weakly. The BG Country show goes out on air on Monday and Thursday each week from 8.30 pm to 11.00pm.

Joe Kearney


Joe presents Joe's Country Show every Wednesday night from 10.30pm until late.

Gerry Costello


Gerry joined the team in January 2020 and presents the Homestead Country & Irish Show every Tuesday night from 8.30pm to 11.00pm. This is a mix of the best of country both modern and traditional with music being featured from new and local artists with a few memories from the great show band days also.

It Could Be You


This could be you! if you think you could present an hour of country music and chat live on air then email me, with your contact details

It Could Be You


This could be you! if you think you could present an hour of country music and chat live on air then email me, with your contact details

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Coastline Radio Interviews

Tommy Fleming

Tommy will be doing a live interview with Brendan on the BG Country Show at 8.30 pm on Thursday March 26th. Tune in and do not miss another Coastline Radio event

T R Dallas

Tonight, Monday, March 30th. 2020 Brendan will have TR Dallas as a special guest on his show. TR hails all the way from Mount Temple near Moat, Co Westmeath and has travelled the roads of Ireland for many, many years fronting numerous bands including The Mainliners.

Eamonn McCann

Tonight, Monday, March 1th. 2020 Brendan will have Eamonn McCann as a special guest on his show. Eamonn is from Creggin, Co Tyrone and is one of Irelands premier country artists for many years entertaining audiences all over the country and abroad.

John Hogan

John's Story: "I was born and reared in Kilbeggan, Co. Westmeath, Ireland but I now live in Croghan, Co. Offaly. I have enjoyed great success and songwriting is a passion of mine. I have toured the length and breath of Ireland and throughout Europe. It has been an amazing journey and I look forward to entertaining in the years ahead and making many new friends and fans on my musical journey."

Robert Mizzell

Robert has made his home in Ireland for over a decade . He served his apprenticeship in Country Music since he first arrived here and is now one of the top Country artists in Ireland, his popularity spreading with extensive airplay in Europe and such distant territories as Australia. "Say You Love Me" is a song synonymous with Robert and its immense popularity dictates that it’s requested at all his shows.

P J Murihy

P J Murrihy is an Irish singer-songwriter from Mullagh, County Clare, Ireland. When not working on his own farm in Clare he tours Ireland with his own band. As a youngster, P J learned songs from singers in his family, including his mother and two of his uncles. He started playing music professionally with Michael Sexton (the céilí-band leader from Mullagh) and for a time with the Kilfenora Céilí Band. He then teamed up with accordionist Seamus Shannon for twelve years. He then formed his own band he played in a band called The Bannermen.



How It All Began

How It All Began

Somewhere in our distant past one of our Celtic ancestors banged two bones or sticks together and was happy with the noise they made, much later Greek authors noted that the Celts had their own type of music using bone or wooden flutes and from animal skins stretched across a wooden frame, contemporary Celtic music is still identified with the bodhran made from goat skin and the flute or tin whistle.
But one thing is for sure we've had music in us for a few millennia we cannot live without it and even the non musical amongst us if left long enough and quiet enough will tap out a rhythm.
Much of the evolution of our music is lost to the ages because it was handed down from generation to generation and was not recorded, it's the way I learned to play and appreciate music by listening to my mother play the fiddle and melodeon, our house outside Bonniconlon North Mayo was a rambling house where neighbours and friends would drop in unannounced, the kettle would be put on; strong tay made with soda bread and homemade butter and then the music would start, with Tin Whistle. Flute, Accordion and Fiddle, my mother could play the accordion and the fiddle and at a sprightly 94 can still knock a tune out of the accordion, we had a wireless and record player and every Saturday night was held sacred we listened to Ceili House on Radio Eireann and when it was over and at other times I was the DJ playing records of The Clancy brothers, The Dubliners, Bridie Gallagher, Joe Dolan, Larry Cunningham, Doc Carroll, Butch Moore, Tom Dunphy, Big Tom and so many more I cannot remember, they were wonderful times and the world of music was changing , it was the era of the big showbands and almost every village in Ireland had a dance hall, sadly those days long gone but here as DJ on Coast Line Radio I still want to play the best in country and Irish music for you, so just send in your requests and check the live DJ the schedule.