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FOR THE first time in 23 years, Mick Hanly, one of Ireland's greatest songwriters, plays An Spideál, with a show at the new upstairs venue os Tígh Giblin's on Thursday August 20 at 9pm.
MARY BLACK describes Galway as “a particular favourite place of mine”, but it is no idle platitude. It was here, and more specifically during her tenure with De Dannan, where she came of age as both singer and performer, setting her on the path to her now unassailable position as Ireland’s leading contemporary folk artist.
Hot on the heels of the successes of Sean Keane, Mick Hanly, and Paddy Casey during the summer, this newly formed folk club is continuing to attract the best of Ireland’s singer/ songwriters to The Pillar House, Society Street, Ballinasloe. An intimate venue which holds just 80 patrons seated and 120 standing, this is surely the best opportunity to be had to experience this calibre of artist in an ‘up close and personal’ setting.
A festival celebrating the finest in folk in the Royal Theatre next Thursday night (October 23) is to be MC’d by hugely respected songwriter, performer, and broadcaster, Charlie McGettigan.
Renowned Irish folk artist Mick Hanly will play Gibbons’ Pillar House in Ballinasloe tonight, August 15.
TWO OF the giants of Irish folk - Mick Hanly and Arty McGlynn - along with Nollaig Casey, play The Forge in Moycullen this Saturday at 9pm.
Against all the odds, the Hole in the Wall has been re-opened to the public as a wine bar and a stunningly intimate venue for musicians and theatrical escapades. The old house which was initially the inner section of an L-shaped mansion originally build by Martin Archer in 1582, has been lovingly restored to its former glory and today still looks as it might have looked in the 16th century.
JOHN SPILLANE, Eleanor Shanley, Frankie Lane, Mick Hanly, and Paul Kelly are coming together for a major night of folk’n’trad entitled Folk The Recession.
Mick Hanly makes a rare solo appearance, at the Hole In The Wall in Kilkenny on Sat Feb 19.
FREDDIE WHITE has been to the forefront of Irish folk for more than 40 years. He began playing gigs in his teens around Cork city before perfecting his unique style busking in London.