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WE BANJO 3, the Galway roots/trad/bluegrass phenomenon have just released their new album Live In Galway and later this month they play a show at the Town Hall Theatre.
One of the most exciting bands on the Irish folk scene right now, We Banjo 3, have announced details of a nationwide tour this April, which includes a Mayo date.
WE BANJO Three, a quartet made of two pairs of brothers, have become something of a phenomenon in the folk/trad world, especially these last six months, which has seen them nominated for an award and play Latin America.
THE FIRST six months of 2014 have been pretty good for Galway roots, trad, and bluegrass band We Banjo Three, and they are set to cap it all with the release of their new album.
SPARKS WILL fly when We Banjo 3, featuring Galway virtuosos Enda and Fergal Scahill, team up with Dublin roots band I Draw Slow for a concert at An Taibhdhearc.
Mullingar Arts Centre invites you to sit back and watch the sparks fly, as We Banjo 3 - virtuosi Enda Scahill, Martin Howley, and David Howley - take you on a rollercoaster ride through banjo history, from ragtime to reels.
Prepare to experience banjo playing as you have never seen it before when the amazing We Banjo 3 perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, September 13, at 8pm as part of a music network tour.
By Roisin Peddle
We Banjo 3 are an Irish banjo and vocal band from Galway, Ireland. Featuring three tenor banjos, vocals, mandolins, tenor guitars and guitar, We Banjo 3 intertwine Irish music with old-time American and bluegrass to produce an exciting, fun, invigorating sound guaranteed to thrill audiences.
Prepare to experience banjo playing as you’ve never seen it before when the amazing We Banjo 3 performs at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, September 13 at 8pm as part of a Music Network tour.