Read an Interview with Nick Abrams of Broadway Baby about Jody’s Brighton Fringe appearance

Listen to an interview with Jody on Radio Reverb’s What’s the Craic?

Involuntary Noises

A wonderful collection of new songs from acclaimed Irish singer / songwriter Jody Trehy

Two years in the making

worth the wait…

Among friends

In a beautifully crafted album, Jody is joined by a band of world class musicians…

Now available on iTunes

Brighton Fringe Festival 2016

From May 31 – Jun 5, 2016, Jody and his band performed his Involuntary Noises album at the Brighton Fringe Festival.

At the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (2015) Jody was shortlisted (final 6) for the Brighton Fringe Award For Excellence.

Read an Interview with Nick Abrams of Broadway Baby

Involuntary Noises

The Album Tour

In 2015, to launch the Involuntary Noises album, Jody embarked on a tour of Ireland, playing in Belfast, Dublin’s National Concert Hall and Waterford. This video documents the adventure…


Dubliner Jody Trehy has been writing and performing his inimitable folk-rock songs in Ireland and the UK for the last few years…

Involuntary Noises

The Jody Trehy “cognoscenti” will recognize Involuntary Noises as a bringing together of the songs that Jody has crafted…

Breaking Tunes

Listen to some earlier tracks on the Breaking Tunes web site


Check out Jody on MySpace (Songs and Photos)
“A seriously talented performer.”
Gerry Colgan

Irish Times

‘The songs are superb, lyrically and musically…’
Paul Rivers

The Mumble

‘Great songs… lovely Celtic, biting satire…’
Greg Hemphill

Janice Forsyth Show

“poetic songs you leave humming”


‘Unforgettable tunes…’
Rachel Male

Black Diamond FM

‘Truly eclectic’
Fiona Orr

Musical Theatre Review

‘Jody Trehy is an Irish soul poet in the tradition that produced Van Morrison and Paul Brady but with an added flavour of European theatre that hints at Bertolt Brecht and Jacques Brel … a talent who has much more to offer…
Rob Adams

Herald, Scotland

“… he writes and performs mature songs, delivers them with conviction and knows how to dress them in tasty arrangements.”
Jackie Hayden

Hot Press

“Cracking good songs in the style of Brecht, Bowie, Bernelle and Brel”
Tony Clayton Lea

Irish Times