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Blog Archive for May, 2011

Bewley's Gig On the 16th June

Posted on 23 May 2011

I’ll be playing a gig in Bewley’s Café Theatre on the 16th June and I’m looking forward to playing some of my new songs in Irish and in English for you as well as some of the more usual ones I do. Doors are at 8pm. Tickets will be available at the door and will be 8Euro for anyone who receives Enda Reilly’s Updates and 10Euro for those not on the list. Others can join the list here at endareilly.com
I’m very happy to have Eimear Lynch playing fiddle with me on the night and also Mossy Nolan who’ll be starting the night off with a set of his own Folk music and songs. Doors are at 8pm and as the last 2 gigs I did there sold out I advise getting there early!
Here is the Facebook event page if you’re into that sort of thing!
Here’s some info about Mossy Nolan
Mossy Nolan
Mossy Nolan is a singer and musician from Galway City but is based in Dublin. Playing mainly folk and traditional music, Mossy arranges
traditional songs and tunes and also composes tunes as well as writing songs on Bouzouki and Mandolin. His chief influences include Planxty,
Sean Tyrrell, Andy Irvine, Dick Gaughan and Anne Briggs. He will be joined on stage by guitarist Colm McGowan.




Nighthawks

Posted on 1 May 2011

Had a great evening last night at the Nighthawks where I played, Yesterday How I Cried, An Fáinleog is an ciarsúr (a New One) The Lake Isle of Innisfree(with Stephen James Smith), Samurai Sword and Ag Ól Ag Ól Ag an Garbhóg (with Pearse McGloughlin). Pearse played a great set and it was nice to hear Gemma Hayes and Anne Scott song too.