I just clicked on 'Listen now' and Hayley came on singing "Laudate Dominum", so I'll carry on listening for a while. I've also copied your post complete with the link on our Facebook page, giving you the credit.
I tuned in just in time for Hayley's "Mists of Islay". Right before that I see they played Hayley's "Songbird". And a few songs before THAT I see they played Hayley's Celtic Woman version of "Lascia Ch'io Painga". What a station!! All that's left is for me to get one of those devices that play internet radio, like iPod touch, and I'll be a regular listener!
I was away from the computer for a couple hours. When I came back, there seemed to be a long time without any Hayley songs, and finally they just played Le Note del Silenzio, except they left out "Le" and spelled it "notte", like the album cover says (incorrectly, so that's not their fault).
Thanks SOO much Joe! Just had a wonderful treat from this station: 4 Hayley songs is a row !! Walking In The Air, Mists of Islay from Odyssey (funny thing: they spelled it “islEy" ), Shiro Iro Wa Koibito No Iro, and as I type, Laudate Dominum!! Wow, these people really know their Hayley! A gem of a station.
They are finding some pretty obscure stuff. They just played "All I Ask of You", but didn't mention who her duet partner was. I think it must have been a fairly old recording though, judging by Hayley's voice.
They seen to have a habit of mentioning onmy one singer when they play duets. I heard them play "The Flower Duet" by Katherine Jenkins. But in this case I knew the other singer was Kiri Te Kanawa.
If this station is US based, it will do the CC genre no harm at all!
Yeah, “All I Ask of You” was from her 1st album, back in 2001, which was quite a while ago. It's nice to see they get into the older stuff and more obscure stuff. BTW, Hayley’s duet partner for the song was Shaun Dixon.