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FRANKIE GAVIN & De Dannan will play The Co-op in Moycullen on tomorrow as part of their current Up Close & Personal Tour.
After wowing fans since reforming, Frankie Gavin and De Dannan are coming to Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover, for what promises to be a super show on Tuesday December 28. For many years traditional super group De Dannan were the forerunners in the Irish traditional music world, but after 33 years, 14 albums, and a number of changes in the line up, the group disbanded in 2003. In 2009 original founding member and world famous fiddle player Frankie Gavin unleashed a new De Dannan which features local man Eric Cunningham on percussion, flutes, and whistles. Tickets for the show cost €18 and doors are at 9.30pm in one of the most storied venues in the west.
Frankie Gavin, one of Ireland’s greatest fiddle players and traditional musicians, is about to begin a series of fiddle masterclasses.
In ancient folklore three is a magic number, and you can expect the combined talents of Jackie Daly, Matt Cranitch, and John Faulkner to let loose the Sliabh Luachra genie from the bottle. Though Jackie and Matt are both steeped in the rich musical traditions of the Sliabh Luachra, this collaboration with singer John Faulkner is very much a celebration of the here and now, the living stream of Irish music.
After wowing fans during their last performance in Castlebar, Frankie Gavin and The New De Dannan return to Castlebar this evening Friday July 30 for what promises to be a super show.
After wowing fans last Christmas, Frankie Gavin and the New De Dannan return to Castlebar on Friday July 30, as part of the Friday nights summer cabaret shows.
MUSICIANS FROM across Ireland will be heading to the Co Galway island of Inishbofin for The Inishbofin Concerts season.
HAVE YOU heard the one about the Yorkshireman who moved to Galway in the 1970s and changed the course of Irish traditional music forever? Well this is, in essence, the story of Oranmore-based musician Alec Finn and his journey with De Dannan.
For many years traditional super group De Dannan were the forerunners in the Irish traditional music world but after 33 years, 14 albums and a number of changes in the line up, the group disbanded in 2003. This July, original founding member and world famous fiddle player Frankie Gavin will unleash a new De Dannan which in his own words "will reflect a De Dannan of the 21st century”.
From Wednesday August 5 to Tuesday August 11, the Feakle Traditional Music Festival will celebrate its 22nd year with a vibrant programme of traditional music, song, and dance.