Wednesday, 28 November 2018

Niall Toner Band - Wrapping up BAG for Christmas! Monday, Dec 3rd

The Niall Toner Band - Dick Gladney; Richie Foley; Niall Toner; Paddy Kiernan; Johnny Gleeson
The Niall Toner Band play BAG at Mick Murphy's Bar, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare on Monday, Dec 3rd. This is the last BAG gig of 2018, and it'll be a special one! Doors open at 8:30pm. Admission is €15

The Niall Toner Band is perhaps the foremost band on the Irish Bluegrass scene, and Niall Toner has been performing American traditional music, old-time songs and bluegrass since the very early 1970s. With various bands and collaborations to his credit - Lee Valley String Band, Sackville String Band, Hank Halfhead and The Rambling Turkeys, he formed the Niall Toner Band in the early 2000s. A hard-working outfit, with several line-up changes over the years, the current five-piece outfit have recently signed to Pinecastle Records in the US, making Niall, in his own words: "An overnight sensation, after 40 plus years!"
Those of us familiar with his impact on the Roots/Country scene in Ireland, consider it his just reward for a lifetime dedicated to the truth and honesty of the music.

Full five piece band!
Niall Toner: Vocals/Guitar/Mandolin
Richie Foley: Mandolin
Dick Gladney: Upright Bass (Bull fiddle!)
Paddy Kiernan: Banjo
Johnny Gleeson: Dobro/Guitar/Vocals

Press quotes:

Toner writes Bluegrass and Country songs that ring true, and would not be out of place on any Bluegrass Master's Albums. This Irishman knows his stuff. 5 Star Review.
Maverick Magazine

I admire the way Niall's deep affinity for Bluegrass and American Country Music blends seamlessly with his Irish sensibilities. It makes him a uniquely appealing Artist, and Pinecastle Records are lucky to have him.
Pete Wernick - Doctor Banjo

Great original Bluegrass Songs and Instrumentals. We are delighted to play Niall Toner anytime.
Brian McNeal Prescription Bluegrass

Niall makes great open-hearted music and his tributes to Bill Monroe and Jimmie Rodgers are just superb. His 'Ocean of Teardrops', composed in-the-style-of The Blue Sky Boys and The Monroe Brothers, is a duet song that just kills me.
Paul Williams Songwriter & President of ASCAP

Thursday, 25 October 2018

BAG Gig Listing - November/December 2018

Top Roots/Folk/Indie Acts from home and abroad, presented on Monday nights in Mick Murphy's Bar, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare.

All gigs start at 9pm sharp; Doors open at 8:30pm. Admission price: Generally €12, unless otherwise indicated. All gigs are pay at the door.

For artist info, click on their names.

Nov 5th - Luan Parle, with Clive Barnes. €12

Nov 12th - Carsie Blanton (USA) €12

Nov 19th - Patrick Barrett(Hedge Schools)/Niall Thomas - Double bill. €15

Nov 26th - Ger Wolfe. €12

Dec 3rd - Niall Toner Band. €15

Friday Dec 7th - 8th Annual 'Vibe for Larry' - Free admission, with a voluntary collection for Dublin Simon Community.

Sunday, 19 August 2018

BAG Gig Listing - September/October 2018

Top Roots/Folk/Indie Acts from home and abroad, presented on Monday nights in Mick Murphy's Bar, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare.

All gigs start at 9pm sharp; Doors open at 8:30pm. Admission price: €12, unless otherwise indicated.

September 3 - The 4 Of Us - €15 -

September 10 - Melissa Greener (USA) -

September 17 - Donal Clancy -

September 24 - Ed Romanoff (USA) with Clive Barnes - 

October 1 - The Remedy Club -

October 8 - Shane Joyce/Tim V Smyth (Double bill) €15

October 15 - John Statz/Megan Burtt (USA) (Double bill) €15 -

October 22 - Kris Drever - €15 - 
plus Special guest: John Blek

Saturday, 18 August 2018

A New BAG Season - A call to arms!

Welcome back to the start of another season of BAG - the eighth year of top Acoustic Roots acts from home, and abroad, presented on Monday nights in the intimate surroundings of Mick Murphy's Bar, in Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare.

Between early September and the end of May 2019, we will be treated to some of the best acts on the Roots/Folk/Indie scene, some at the top of their game; others emerging - many dates are already booked and confirmed, with more in the pipeline.

In order for this concert series to continue to work, I need you - Dear reader/listener - to keep coming out, and supporting Live music. I could also do with some help spreading the word, and there is no substitute for a personal recommendation. Social media has it's place, but let's face it: many of us began coming to the gig because a trusted friend told us about it, and opened us up to amazing nights of music. All those wonderful memories, just because someone said: "We have to go to this!"

So this is your chance to make memories for a new batch of BAG followers. Please spread the word, share this post via your social media, email it to selected contacts, but above all - talk to your friends about the gigs, and encourage them to come along. Now, more than ever, Live music needs support. Musicians need places to play - this is their life's work - without venues, there are no gigs, and nowhere for artists to perform; without fans of live music coming out to support gigs, there is no reason for venues to bother putting on gigs. It's all connected.

So you are vital to the future of Live music. Your support over the years has been terrific, and is the reason why I can continue doing this. Please keep it up, and bring a friend as often as you can. This year promises to be the best yet, and I'm looking forward to sharing many more wonderful nights of music with you all.

See ye in Mick's!


Saturday, 28 April 2018


Buddy Mondlock and Mike Lindauer are almost as much 'favoured sons' of Ballymore Eustace as the locals themselves, as they have been coming and playing music in the village for 20 years. So it is always a personal pleasure to welcome them back for their (pretty much) annual visit ever since.

They return to play BAG at Mick Murphy's Bar, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare on Monday May 21st. Doors open at 8:30pm. Admission is €12.

Buddy Mondlock is one of the finest songwriters of our generation, and if you've never seen or heard him before, I can tell you that he has written songs that you almost certainly do know, for his songs have been recorded by the likes of Janis Ian, Art Garfunkel, Guy Clark, Nanci Griffith, Garth Brooks, and others...
I can also tell you that once you've seen a Buddy and Mike show once, you'll want to keep coming back! Mike Lindauer is, without doubt, one of the finest Fretless Bass guitarists, and harmony vocalist you'll get to see live. He regularly tours with Al Stewart.

So come along; I can promise you a wonderful night of songs and music - but most of you already know that!

Video: 'Coming Down In The Rain' -

WINTER WILSON - Live @ BAG - Monday, May 14th

Winter Wilson (a pretty cool name for a folk outfit, if you ask me) is/are wife and husband duo, Kip Winter and Dave Wilson.

They return to play BAG at Mick Murphy's Bar, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare on Monday, May 14th. Doors open at 8:30pm; show 9pm. Admission is €12.

Kip (vocals, accordion, guitar, flute) is one of the finest singers on the circuit, expressing power and emotion in equal measure “from melting to belting”, while Dave (vocals, guitar and banjo) is amongst the top tier of British song writers, with his songs covered by some of folk’s “greats”.

In October 2016, while still busy touring their latest album at the time - “Ashes and Dust”, the follow up to “Cutting Free” which made the Daily Telegraph’s ten recommended folk albums for Summer 2014 - the duo were offered the supporting slot on Fairport Covention's Winter 2018 tour.
That call quickly led to the duo writing and recording a new album, 'Far Off On The Horizon', to take on the tour. The new album has been critically acclaimed as perhaps their best yet.
The tour was a massive success for the duo, and you can read about it here:

It's no great surprise that the tour was a success for the duo, for it's in live performance that Winter Wilson really excel, bringing a sense of intimacy to every stage, welcoming audiences into their world, mixing songs with stories of life on the road. “This isn’t a performance – it’s a domestic!”

Tight harmonies, killer songs and a lot of fun – that’s Winter Wilson.

Video: Live at Union Chapel - 'Ghost', and 'Life In The Old Dog Yet' with Fairport Convention.

Wednesday, 28 March 2018

SARAH McQUAID - Live @ BAG - Monday, April 30

Photo by Phil Nicholls (
Sarah McQuaid returns to Mick Murphy's - Stage Inn Bar - in Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare for the fourth time on Monday, April 30th. Doors open at 8:30pm for a 9pm show. Admission is €12 at the door. Patrons are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Visit for other tour dates and more information about Sarah.

“The precision and sophistication of the writing and playing blows me away. I am so glad to be involved,” writes guitar legend Michael Chapman in his introduction to Sarah McQuaid’s fifth solo album If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous – which he offered to produce after meeting Sarah at a festival where they were both on the bill.

Recently honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Ards International Guitar Festival in Northern Ireland, Sarah’s also drawn critical praise for her voice (which has been variously likened to malt whiskey and melted chocolate) and her engaging rapport with audiences: “I’ve attended hundreds of concerts of all kinds, and her subtle mastery onstage launches her straight into my fave shows ever,” wrote The Huffington Post.

With the release of her new album, the Madrid-born, Chicago-raised, Cornwall-based singer/songwriter has expanded her battery of instruments to include piano, electric guitar and drum, and it’s drawn critical raves internationally: Dutch music magazine Heaven hailed it as “an early contender for folk album of 2018,” the UK’s fRoots said it was “a collection to savour” and the USA’s PopMatters called it “a gateway into a true innovator’s soul.”

“Seeing a shared world in a new way, from a different angle, is the role of the songwriter. Sarah gets a gold star on that front. This is a fabulous album.” —The Afterword

“A darkly melodic, richly layered folk tapestry ... haunting and sparse, yet beautifully rendered ... a voice as thick and soft as fur.” —Elmore Magazine

“A work of formidable passion.” —FolkWords

PETER MULVEY - Live at BAG - Monday, April 23, 2018

Peter Mulvey returns to Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare - where he has been coming for 20 years - to play BAG at Mick Murphy's Bar on Monday, April 23rd. I've been onboard since pretty much the start, and it is my personal pleasure to welcome him 'home' again. Doors will open at 8:30pm, when I will gently relieve you of €12 to fund Peter's continuing troubadouring around the world! Patrons are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Its a difficult challenge to select just one video to give the uninitiated a flavour of what Peter Mulvey's music is all about. But I've chosen a pretty recent one, off the current album, 'Are You Listening'. In it, he takes the ordinary, and makes it extraordinary - as is his gift. Pound for pound, a true heavyweight among American songwriters of our generation.
'DIA' -

Now, what the website says:

Peter Mulvey is a veteran singer and songwriter from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He began his career on the streets of Dublin, as a busker, and from there moved on to performing in the subways and streets of Boston. This led to his first record deal and a leap to full-time national and international touring, beginning in the early Nineties.

Mulvey is an iconoclast within the singer/songwriter world. Restless and inventive, he has made seventeen records,spanning rock and roll, folk, Jazz, spoken word, and Americana.
A long-standing gig at the National Youth Science Camp led toa spoken word piece, “Vlad the Astrophysicist”, which became a TEDx talk, and then an illustrated book. In 2007 he began an
annual late summer tour by bicycle instead of by car andairplane- the 10th annual bicycle tour will happen this September. He has taught songwriting and guitar workshops at the Swannanoa Gathering and at various folk festivals across the U.S.

In 2015, “Take Down Your Flag”, his song about the victims of the shooting at the AME Emanuel Church in Charleston, reached 200,000 people when many songwriters, including Ani DiFranco, Anais Mitchell, Keb’ Mo, Paula Cole, & Jeff Daniels, re-wrote the middle verse and posted their own videos of the song. This movement led to an online benefit concert, and a deepening of the friendship between Mulvey and DiFranco.
Early in 2016 DiFranco produced “Are You Listening?”, Peter Mulvey’s 17th record, which was released on March 24th 2017 on Righteous Babe Records.

Mulvey continues to tour, playing over a hundred shows a year as he has for the past twenty five years. This is the core of what he does: music, in a room, performed for a live audience.

ARBORIST - Live at BAG - Monday, April 9th

Photo: Carrie Davenport, Getty Images.

ARBORIST (Mark McCambridge) makes his debut BAG appearance at Mick Murphy's Bar, Ballymore Eustace, Co Kildare, on Monday, April 9th. Doors open at 8:30pm. Admission is €12 at the door. Patrons are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

I saw Arborist for the first time last December, opening for Malojian in Kilkenny's Set Theatre. I was hugely impressed with the material, and the charasmatic, yet understated stage presence. I knew immediately that I had to bring him to Ballymore, and I'm delighted to be able to do so. R.T.

ARBORIST released their debut album, 'Home Burial', in November 2016 to critical acclaim. UNCUT 8/10 “A staggering debut of depth and substance", ★★★★ The Guardian "A Man of My Age feels like an instant classic" and ★★★★ Mojo "A deliciously self-assured collection."
Listen to 'A Man Of My Age', here:

Mark McCambridge played his first show as ARBORIST in 2014 supporting James Yorkston. A solo tour of Ireland followed before impressive performances led to notable support slots alongside Low, Cat Power, Echo and The Bunnymen and Guy Garvey.

Since the release of their debut single "Twisted Arrow" in 2015, Arborist have become somewhat cult properties, thanks in no small part to KIM DEAL (Pixies, The Breeders) contributing delicate harmonies to the song. A nonchalant and thoughtful piece of Americana, conceived in Belfast, it premiered on Stereogum and The Line of Best Fit with extensive play on BBC 6 Music. It was also featured in The Guardian Guide’s tracks of the week.

They are set to record their sophomore LP in 2018.

Tuesday, 20 March 2018

GREENSHINE - Live at BAG - Monday, March 26th

GREENSHINE return to BAG on Monday, March 26th for their second appearance. 
Doors will open at 8:30pm, and admission is €12, at the door. Patrons are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment. 

Video: 'The Girl In The Lavender Dress' -

A family trio comprising Noel Shine, Mary Greene and their daughter Ellie, their material straddles the boundaries of contemporary, folk and roots and includes many self-penned songs. Their fast picking and close harmonies are a treat to the ear.

Noel is a multi-instrumentalist, turning his hand to guitar, bass, mandolin, bouzouki and traditional whistle and this musical dexterity had seen him much in demand as a session and band player by artists as diverse as The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem and funk and soul legends The Republic of Loose amongst many others.

Mary brings rhythm guitar to the mix and her voice is a wonderfully versatile instrument. She is much in demand for her recording session work and has added her talents to the albums of Christy Moore, John Spillane, Mick Hanly and Frances Black as well as cult psychedelic outfit Dr. Strangely Strange. As a duo, Noel and Mary have released 3 critically acclaimed albums to date ~ The Land You Love the Best (placed no. 3 in The Irish Times Folk albums of the year of its release), Unspoken Lines (described as ‘The heart and soul of folk music, coming from a deeper well…,’ by John Spillane) while Mary’s solo, Sea of Hearts, earned an impressive 8 out of 10 in Hot Press.

Ellie Shine has grown up surrounded by music and has been performing in concerts and festivals since the age of 13 including an appearance with GREENSHINE for President Michael D. Higgins and his wife Sabina at The Abbey Theatre. Despite her tender years, Ellie has featured on 4 recordings to date. She has a huge interest in the songs of the Muskerry Gaeltacht and reached the All-Ireland final of Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann’s under 15 Sean-Nós Singing competition in her debut try-out. She enjoys singing songs of all genres and has a special place in her heart reserved for classic Beatles and country as well as good contemporary songwriting. She accompanies herself on the ukulele.

The music of Greenshine has been covered by several Irish music artists and has been used commercially by Follain Preserves in their ad campaigns, Carrie Crowley in her film Waterway and as signature tunes by several national radio station programmes.

Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Pat Coldrick - Live at BAG, Monday, March 12

'Antarctica' - (Original piece by Pat Coldrick)

It is my privilege and pleasure to welcome Pat Coldrick back to BAG, where he has come to play for us, year after year, to the delight of BAG regulars and new listeners, alike. 
Once you see Pat Coldrick in concert one time, you'll want to see him again, and again. Now with a new Management team, and about to embark on a nationwide tour of larger concert venues, Pat never forgets his fans, and is delighted to be returning to the intimate surroundings of Mick Murphy's to entertain us with his unique approach to classical guitar performance. Joining Pat on the night, will be guitarist and Producer, Peter Eades.
Here's a video of the two men in action recently:

More info below.

Mick Murphy's Bar, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare, Monday, March 12th. Doors open at 8:30pm, and Admission is €12 at the door.

Pat Coldrick is an Irish Classical Guitarist and Composer, who has been working for the last six years in Ireland but has also performed Recitals in Europe, the USA and Russia. Pat has been described as ‘pushing the boundaries of classical guitar’ with his musical interpretations and compositions and has made Classical Guitar exciting, interesting and more accessible to music lovers in general. Through his interpretation of music and by exploring and embracing new technologies he strives to enhance the dynamics of the classical guitar and bring his music to a wider audience both at home and abroad.

His music defies genre and appeals to a wide cross section of music lovers. While Pat plays his own arrangements of great classical pieces, it is his own compositions that sets him apart – pieces such as Lament, CityJam and Antarctica to name but a few. Pat’s skillful and atmospheric connection with his audience is an art form in itself and is in total contrast to other more formal classical performances. He has a very easy going, laid back and unassuming approach and his interaction with the audience and philosophy of ‘entertaining’ rather than ‘educating’ his listeners is a breath of fresh air.
Once Pat begins to play people are immediately captivated by his dedication, passion and skill. His interpretation and delivery of each piece combined with his superb artistry as a performer results in his unique ability to make his audience laugh and equally move them to tears.

To date Pat has produced 2 albums – Cayendo in 2010 and CityJam was release in November 2014. Since CityJam was launched his music has been played on all the major radio stations in Ireland and was voted ‘Album of the Week’ on RTE Lyric FM. It’s fair to say that Pat’s music is currently attracting a lot of attention in classical quarters and beyond. Pat is now widely acknowledged as a very accomplished musician and composer who is succeeding in bringing classical guitar music ‘Centre Stage’ where he so passionately believes it belongs.

Friday, 23 February 2018

I Draw Slow - Live @ BAG - Monday, March 5th

Video: 'Same Old Dress Will Do' -

After releasing their critically acclaimed fourth album 'Turn Your Face To The Sun' last year, the five good folks of I Draw Slow have continued to tour the planet, bringing their unique Irish take on an Old-Time/Folk/Bluegrass String band sound to it's four corners.
It's a pleasure to welcome the band back to BAG, where, just like the last time, we'll set them up around a couple of good condenser microphones, and let you hear them just as nature intended.

So come along to Mick Murphy's Bar, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare on Monday, March 5th. Doors will open at 8:30pm. Admission is €15

Patrons are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

***As of this morning (Friday) the gig is 100% on! The cold snap is expected to have passed by Monday, so see you in Mick's!***

Friday, 16 February 2018

Blackbird & Crow/Richie Healy & Friends - Double Bill. Monday, Feb 26th.

On Monday, February 26th, I'm delighted to present two BAG Debutantes for the price of one - literally!

From Donegal come duo, Blackbird and Crow (Maighread Grace and Stephen Doohan). 

Ever wondered what a 21st century Rory Gallagher and Janis Joplin pairing would sound like? Well, wonder no more.

Whether performing their high energy electric slide guitar driven foot-stompin' Blues, or their more paired-back acoustic guitar led material, this is one hot act, Live. Delighted to have them in the BAG.

From the Marble City of Kilkenny, comes Richie Healy

With detectable influences as broad as Springsteen, Waits, and old Delta Bluesmen, Richie is a songwriter of tremendous depth, and striking lyrical ability. 

He is beautifully backed on his brand new album, 'The Perilous Tree', by Ger Moloney on accordion, and Elise Ramsbottom on backing vocals, and both also accompany him Live. 

Richie Healy presents himself humbly, and with self-deprecation, but the songs speak volumes, in their truth, and honesty.

Doors open at 8:30pm. Admission is €12 at the door. Patrons are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Mark Geary - LIVE @ BAG - Monday, Feb 19th

(Photo Credit above: Celine O'Donnell Photography)

Mark Geary has become a favourite artiste at BAG, and each year his return is much anticipated.

This year sees him return with a brand new album entitled 'The Fool'. From what I've heard so far, the new record continues to exhibit Mark's fine songwriting, and gift for memorable melody.

But, it is Live where Mark Geary truly excels. He is one of the most giving of performers that you'll see play. He has a charisma on stage that draws the listener in, and once they're in, he can hold them all night.

Truly, it is a pleasure to welcome him back to BAG.

Joining Mark on the night, will be Dave Hingerty on drums, and Colm Quearney on bass.

Doors open at 8:30pm. Patrons are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Admission is €12 at the door.

Thursday, 8 February 2018

John Spillane - LIVE @ BAG, Monday, Feb 12th

John Spillane returns to Mick Murphy's Bar, Ballymore Eustace, on Monday, Feb 12th, 2018. Doors open at 8:30pm, and patrons are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Admission is €15, at the door.

On November 4th 2017, John Spillane, arguably Cork’s finest living troubadour, released the first in a series of three very special albums of acoustic renditions of some of his famous songs.

We’ll let John tell the story, as only John can…

"Friends have been encouraging me for years to make an album of simple, acoustic versions of my songs, and here it is. These songs were written over a period of 35 years, from 1982 to 2017. With the exception of 'The Streets of Ballyphehane' they have all been previously released by myself and many of them have been covered by artists like Pauline Scanlon, Christy Moore, Karan Casey, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Seán Keane, Róisín El Safty, Máire Ní Chéilleachair, Sharon Shannon, Méav, Nell Ní Chróinín, Cathie Ryan, Caroline Fraher, George Murphy, and by bands such as Nomos, Solas, Danú, Greenshine, The Outside Track, Project West, Girsa, Shooglenifty and The Battlefield Band. Hurray!

Other singers who have performed live versions of these songs include Mick Flannery, Mary Black, Brian Kennedy and Declan O' Rourke.

Happy days in the Hit Factory. It's been a blast.

It is a great honour for me that my songs have been sung at many Irish funerals and at many a wedding as well, and by singers at sessions around the world. Thank you all.

The lyrics and the stories behind the songs are all in my book 'Will We Be Brilliant Or What? Songs and Stories by John Spillane ' - The Collins Press 2016.

Well done everyone!"  - 
John Spillane, Passage West, County Cork, October 2017.

Friday, 26 January 2018

Liam O'Maonlaí - Monday, February 5th, 2018

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BAG is delighted to announce that Liam O'Maonlaí will play in the intimate surroundings of Mick Murphy's Bar, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare on Monday, February 5th.

Best known as frontman with iconic Irish folk/rock outfit, Hothouse Flowers, Liam O'Maonlai is one of Ireland's best loved songwriters and performers across many styles - folk; Rock; tradtional Sean Nós singing.
In addition to fronting the 'Flowers, Liam has recorded two solo albums - 'Rian' and 'To Be Touched' - as well as countless collaborations with other artistes at home, and around the world. Most recently, the band Ré, which, along with Liam, comprises Peter O'Toole, Cormac Begley, Eithne Ni Cathain (Inni K), and Maitiú O Casaide played a seventeen consecutive date tour of churches around the country.

This will be a special night, and no mistake.

Doors will open at 8:30pm and patrons are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment. 
Admission is €15, on the door.

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

BAG Gigs - Spring season '18

Happy New Year to all!

The diary is filling up nicely for the coming Spring season. Plenty of favourites returning, and BAG debutantes, too, to choose from!

The full schedule will be released as soon as I plug a few holes in it, but for now, here's whats coming in February:

Monday Feb 5th - Liam O'Maonlaí -
Admission: €15

Monday Feb 12th - John Spillane -
New album 'Acoustic Series, Vol 1' - out now.
Admission: €15

Monday Feb 19th - Mark Geary -
New album 'The Fool' - out now.
Admission: €12

Monday Feb 26 - Blackbird and Crow/Richie Healy - Double Bill
B&C -
Debut album, 'Shock, Shatter, Convince' out now.
R.H. -
New album, 'The Perilous Tree', out now.
Admission: €12

All gigs are in Mick Murphy's Bar, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare, with doors opening at 8:30pm.

See ye in Mick's!