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ONE EVENING in 1951, in the Massachusetts town of Dedham, a young Irish-American teenager happened to tune in to the local radio station as a country band called The Confederate Mountaineers were playing.
GALWAY SINGER Sandra Coffey launches her debut album, Morning Zoo, on Thursday July 25 with a concert in the Townhouse Bar, as part of the Galway Fringe Festival.
HE GREW up in a counterculture atmosphere in New York’s Lower East Side, surrounded by music, comic books, and alternative ways of looking at the world. He is Jeffrey Lewis - singer, songwriter, lyricist, artist, storyteller, and comic book creator.
When describing Cherish the Ladies, the critics say it best; “It is simply impossible to imagine an audience that wouldn't enjoy what they do,” The Boston Globe; “An astonishing array of virtuosity,” The Washington Post; and for the past 25 years, Cherish the Ladies have proven themselves worthy to live up to these accolades and in doing so have become one of the most engaging ensembles in the history of Irish music.
TOM PAXTON, one of the enduring legends of American folk music, is coming to the Town Hall at the end of this month for what promises to be a real treat for concert-goers.
Memories of this year’s Rhythm and Roots Festival will be revived with a full programme of shows at Cleeres this weekend.
ACOUSTIC BLUES singer-songwriter Eric Bibb was born in New York in 1951 and grew up surrounded by the Greenwich Village folk music and literary scene which included Bob Dylan, Dave Von Ronk, Pete Seeger, Odetta, Judy Collins, and Joan Baez.
Arlo Guthrie was born with a guitar in one hand and a harmonica in the other in New York in 1947. He is the eldest son of America's most beloved singer/writer/philosopher Woody Guthrie and Marjorie Mazia Guthrie, a professional dancer.
Deeper Well, the Kerry-based band are lining up an intimate gig tonight (Friday) April 3 in the Springhill Court Hotel Kilkenny.
ARLO GUTHRIE was practically born with a guitar in one hand and a harmonica in the other. As the son of iconic Depression-era singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie and professional dancer Marjorie Greenblatt he was drawn to performing from almost his first step.