We had a show last night and it was great! Thanks to everyone who made it out to the show and who promised to return in the following month. And you really need to come to April’s show because it will feature Ottawa’s Mad Teller: Ron Langton!
Because a few people asked about it, here are the details about the St. Patrick’s Day Concert I’m hosting this coming Sunday (March 16th, 2014):
Driving out the Snakes II: A St Patrick’s Day Celebration
1378 rue Notre-Dame Ouest,
Montreal, Quebec H3C
Doors open at 3:00pm
Show begins at 4:00pm
$10 admission for adults
$5 admission for children
Contact Aine Doan at firstname.lastname@example.org
For the second year in a row, we are inviting you all to join us in driving out the snakes. The event will be MC’d by acclaimed local seanchaí John David Hickey. With live music by two wonderful Celtic folk bands, The Mudlarks and The Bombadils, and a performance of Irish dance by Richard Chalut, this is a celebration that is not to be missed!
—- About the Mudlarks:
The Mudlarks are a brood of misfits spawned in the ooze of the River Thames. They concoct a delicious musical stew drawing ingredients from traditional British Isles sources and a corpus of original work.
Ben’s original compositions draw their inspiriation from local history, including: the adventures of Quebec-bound immigrants who braved the perilous sea-crossings, the bitter memories of survivors of World War II’s Dieppe, and a moving interpretation of the Stan Rogers classic Barrett’s Privateers.
—- About the Bombadils:
The Bombadils are a “charismatic and kind-hearted bunch of rascals.” Their music features a bluegrass and Celtic-inspired voice that combines soaring melodic lines, tight rhythmic energy, and a decidedly contemporary sound.
Since the release of their first album, “Fill Your Boots!,” this band of four musicians have wandered cross-continent, performing in canoes on the Tobique River, skiing in the mountains of Sierra Nevada, and riding the VIA rails. They look forward to performing these songs, as well as a number of Irish classics, for this year’s mighty St. Paddy’s day celebration in Montreal.