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A truly magical evening of Celtic music - trad. tunes, shining original compositions, and a great deal of fun and cameraderie.
A button accordion and concertina player of enormous integrity and innate empathy with the music, John Williams (founding member of Solas) received his music from his father Brendan and grandfather Johnny who lit up countless house dances in Doolin, County Clare with reels, jigs, and hornpipes on concertina and button box. His is a fluent style, full of maturity, vitality, and tunefulness.
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Ever wondered who was behind the haunting flute solos in the Lord of the Rings movies? While flautist Alan Doherty reached by far his biggest audiences through that role, he also makes beautiful music with Gráda, one of the best of the next generation of groups mining the rich traditions of Irish music. They distinguish themselves from the flock by combining those influences with a hint of jazz, and even more diverse world music influences, yet without ever losing the Irish essence. Read more »
If it is rare to find a quartet where each player is indisputably a virtuoso, it is even rarer to find TWO such bands on the same bill! Such is the case for this inspired double bill, featuring the hottest young alternative bluegrass-folk group out of the East Coast, Crooked Still, and the brilliant instrumental Irish-rooted ensemble Flook. Read more »