Téada is a traditional Irish music group from Ireland. The band comprises five members. The members are Oisín Mac Diarmada who plays the fiddle, Paul Finn on button accordion, Damien Stenson on the flutes and various whistles, Seán Mc Elwain on the bouzouki and the guitar and Tristan Rosenstock who plays the bodhrán. Téada first came to attention through an appearance on the Irish television series, Flosc, in 2001. When Téada released their eponymous debut album Téada the The Irish Times lauded the band for "keeping the traditional flag flying at full mast," and Scotland's Edinburgh Evening News wrote, "If there is a better new band on the Emerald Isle, they must be very, very good."
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