Eilis was first published in 1987 for her contribution to “ Radical Reforms”. She has also written for a new Women's Ezine called Scarlet. A member of the Airfield Writers Group in Dublin, she won first prize at Listowel Writers Week (Short Poem Originals) 2010.
Quarantine Hill has been evolving over several years. Starting out as Radiowaves in 2003, the band produced their debut album "Keep My Silence". The album received a good reaction, which exceeded their expectations. But changes within the group gave the band a fresh new look and sound, and it needed a fresh new name. So Quarantine Hill was born.
Their latest album, Quicksand was launched in Wicklow Town in 2011. More recently, the band recorded a track for the album 'Bands for Boats', a fundraiser for the RNLA Wicklow.
Mickey Lacey: Acoustic Guitar and Vocals.
Rob Rowden: Drums and Backing Vocals.
Luke Lacey: Lead Guitar and Backing Vocals.
Ian Tolan: Bass Guitar.
Derek Treacy: Lead Guitar