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Ignore the unfortunate remake of “My Heart Will Go On” and uilleann piper Davy Spillane’s U.S. debut, The Sea of Dreams, is a consistently haunting exercise that plays like the Chieftains with Top 40 fantasies. A 39-year-old Irishman who has guested with such pop notables as Bryan Adams, Steve Winwood, and Van Morrison—and plays host to Sinead O’Connor on the new album—Spillane mixes traditional pipe and low-whistle playing with a slick, foggy atmosphere not unlike that conjured by producer Daniel Lanois for Bob Dylan and U2. Be swept away to the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren when Spillane plays at 12:30 p.m. at Borders, 5871 Crossroads Center Way, Baileys Crossroads. Free. (703) 998-0404. (Sean Daly)