Roddie Cleere’s Irish Music Friday 4th September 2015

  • Between The Bars is a series of 4 monthly events taking place in St Patrick’s Gateway in Waterford between October and January that the likes of David Kitt, Rónán Ó Snodaigh (Kila), The Young Folk, In The Willows, Susan O Neill, The Casanova Wave, Band Of Clouds and Elm will perform.

 These shows are built around folk, trad and indie, with a different mood set for each night, both visually and aurally, with       the aim that everyone leaves smiling. I’m bringing on board Momo restaurant as my food partners to add extra appeal and offer the people of Waterford that something different. Wine will be served throughout.

  • The Blackstairs Blues Festival was born in 1995 when a small group of Blues enthusiastic folk got together and, well, the rest is history.
    The Blackstairs Blues Festival has grown from strength to strength and every year manages to preside itself  and this year is no exception. Now approaching its 21st Festival, The Blackstairs Blues Festival Enniscorthy Co. Wexford is providing the cream of Local and International Blues artists. Boasting  over 30 free gigs in 14 venues on both sides of the river slaney, Including Blues workshops, Jam Sessions & Bluez 4 skoolz , the Historic town has it all.!!

Canadian , USA, U.K. and homegrown artists are on the line up , and Enniscorthy can bestow all your needs, From fine dining to the simple pleasures.

Venues cater to the needs of the Blues artists and Blues fans alike, ranging  from the intimate  chillaxing gig to the floor lifting, roof hopping experience.. Gig times vary to suit all needs over the weekend, including 3 midnight gigs!

Check us out on http://www.blackstairsblues.com  Like us on Facebook  or Tweet @ BlackstairsBluz for Full Brochure and accommodation details or mail us at  info@blackstairsblues.com . Want to become a BBF Blues Buddie? mail us at bbbjmr@gmail.com and we will do the rest.

Blackstairs Blues Festival , 11th 12th &13th of September.  21 Festivals in 20 years only in Enniscorthy.

 

  • ‘Hot Scary Summer’ is taken from Villagers’ most recent album Darling Arithmetic – a breathtakingly beautiful, intimate piece of work entirely about love and relationships. Darling Arithmetic is the follow-up to Conor O’Brien’s debut, Becoming a Jackal, and its successor, Awayland – both hugely acclaimed and each nominated for The Mercury Music Prize, the latter winning Ireland’s Choice Music Prize.

 

  • ALL TVVINS’ first two singles ‘Thank You’ and ‘Too Young To Live’ prompted glowing comparisons with the likes of Haim, Bloc Party and Editors. The Irish duo have now released the new track ‘Darkest Ocean’ and have also confirmed numerous live shows throughout the coming months.

Produced by Matt Schwartz, ‘Darkest Ocean’ highlights ALL TVVINS’ strength in blending immediate pop hooks with driving, 80s-tinged percussion and alt-rock influences. ‘Darkest Ocean’ is available at iTunes and Spotify.

ALL TVVINS consists of two multi-instrumentalists in the shape of Conor Adams (primarily vocals and bass) and Lar Kaye (guitars), who first met on the Dublin underground scene and started working together in the summer of 2013.

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