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Currently in the middle of a national tour, covering venues the length and breadth of the country, Frankie Gavin and De Dannan will perform for one night only at Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday April 13 at 8pm. Tickets for this event are priced €20/€18 and are selling fast with a limited number of seats remaining.
Frankie Gavin and De Dannan are currently in the middle of a nationwide tour which will see the band perform in a variety of venues and locations the length and breadth of the island. In a move which Frankie Gavin states is largely motivated by the band’s wish to “lift the hearts of the Irish people during this extraordinary economic climate in Ireland”, the band will for the most part bring its music to local communities throughout Ireland and are looking forward to their performance in Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday April 13 at 8pm.
FRANKIE GAVIN “is a true fiddle-playing genius, one who continues to inspire and dumbfound in equal measure,” so said The Scotsman about the Galwayman.
FRANKIE GAVIN & De Dannan will play Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover, Headford as part of their Up Close & Personal Tour across Ireland this month.
Frankie Gavin & De Dannan, featuring an all-new line-up for the legendary band, will release its new album Jigs, Reels & Rock‘n’Roll next week.
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.
Barack Obama will be enjoying the sounds of Irish traditional music in Capitol Building, Washington DC, on St Patrick’s Day, when Frankie Gavin and De Dannan perform live for the US president.
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”.
FRANKIE GAVIN will lead The New De Dannan in what is sure to prove a wonderful night of superb Irish trad, in the Town Hall Theatre Galway on Monday October 5.