Set to be a brilliant gig with the band bringing rich music traditions from both sides the Atlantic, The Unwanted are three exceptional talents, Cathy Jordan, Rick Epping & Seamie O’Dowd, all with a lifetime dedication to their music.
Having met on Inis Oírr last year the Raines, Ruth Dillon on vocals and guitar, Yvonne Tiernan on vocals, guitar & ukulele and Juliana Erkkonen on fiddle, are fittingly returning to the island to share their folk songs, laced with sweet harmonies and intertwined with melodic fiddle.
The mighty Pat Quinn returns for what is sure to be another sell-out concert. Island resident Pat is a singer/songwriter of exceptional talent who pens often hilarious songs with themes ranging from potatoes to penguins to Angelina Jolie. Christy Moore has recorded a version of Pat’s Lingo Politico on his latest album. For this theatre gig, Pat will be joined by some very special guests for an evening of original songs and fun.
Rare and wonderful chance to hear THE TWO PATS, that is to say, brothers -in -law writer Pat McCabe and Inis Oírr singer/songwriter Pat Quinn who will perform their legendary spoken words ‘n music extravaganza, including all their hits
Be prepared to be entertained by Mouse McHugh, Tuam town musician who has played with The Timber Tramps , Too Much for the Whiteman , The Midnight Cowboys , Saw Doctors & The Lounge Lizards and plays a mix of styles in his own way. Mouse will be joined by Joe Waldron , cool hand guitar player, from Cloughanover, Heaford. Serious riffs, licks and picks! ️
Dominic will perform songs from POLCAPHONC, his lively new book of songs in Irish for children. The book has 20 newly composed children’s songs with everything from a greedy spider, a friendly ghost, children saving the world and an space alien that has a mad interest in fashion, especially clothes with polka dots.
Having met on Inis Oírr last year the Raines, Ruth Dillon on vocals & guitar, Yvonne Tiernan on vocals, guitar & ukulele and Juliana Erkkonen on fiddle, are fittingly returning to the island to share their folk songs, laced with sweet harmonies and intertwined with melodic fiddle.