Albert Niland is a native of Galway but has lived for several years in both London and San Francisco where he recorded two solo albums "The Climb" and "Centersphere".
After six years playing in the U.S., Albert Niland back to his native Ireland, where he commenced work with Sean Keane. In July 2000, he joined Riverdance, for the homecoming tour in the Point Depot for two months and went on to tour Europe, Japan, Australia and the Far East with the show.
Recently working with Freddie White Albert's s new album, dirty day, is an intimate collection of songs with strong traces of flamenco. The opening track features Almudena Hernandez, a professional flamenco dancer, based in Madrid, with the amazing rhythms of Ray Fean.