Archive for October, 2018

Cormac Kenevey – Album Launch

Written by conall. Posted in Past 'Events', Music

Ahead of the official on-line release of the singer’s new album “Turning Skies” at Cork Jazz Festival, the Cormac Kenevey quartet will appear at Arthur’s to showcase the music from the new album. The critically acclaimed Dublin singer, in the tradition of Jon Hendricks and Mark Murphy, will be performing music from Brad Mehldau, James Taylor, Paul Simon, Kristina Train and more. Expect an evening of breezy grooves, sparkling lyrics and entertaining solos from this tight working quartet. Secret pre-release CD copies of “Turning Skies” will be available on the night! Cormac Kenevey Vocal Johnny Taylor Piano Damian Evans Bass Dominic Mullan Drums Doors 9pm Music 9.30 Entry 10e

Bossa Pra Gilberto

Written by conall. Posted in Past 'Events', Music

Aleka – voice Chris Guilfoyle – guitar, voice Ronan Guilfoyle – bass Brendan Doherty – drums

For over 50 years the music of bossa nova has captured the imagination of the world. Bossa Pra Gilberto is a celebration of this rich musical heritage with a particular focus on the repertoire of the great Brazilian singers Astrud Gilberto and Joao Gilberto. Join us for a night of atmospheric bossa novas, energetic sambas and everything in between. Admission: €10/8

doors 9 music 9.30

The Whistling Girl

Written by conall. Posted in Past 'Events', Music

Honor Heffernan is ‘The Whistling Girl’ in a daring production that uses music, song and elements of theatre to celebrate the life of the legendary wit and writer, Dorothy Parker. Music composed by Trevor Knight (Auto da Fé)

In addition to Trevor on keyboards the night will also include bassist Garvan Gallagher, Tom Jamieson on drums, Ed Deane on electric guitar, and Bill Blackmore on horns.

doors 9 music 9.30 entry 12euro

Kaz Hawkins

Written by conall. Posted in Past 'Events', Music

Award winning Belfast singer songwriter Kaz Hawkins, has relaunched as a solo artist and is touring the UK & Ireland in 2018 with her new piano/vocal show with special guest Sam York (Tom Jones/Ed Sheeran) on piano. Kaz has been taking her new material on the road, in an intimate and personal show about her life in song addressing mental health issues in her ongoing campaign to reduce stigma. Her life story is one of ultimate survival and she now used her story to give hope. Kaz’s 2017 album Don’t You Know introduced audiences around the world to the powerful, emotive new direction of a woman who owes being alive to the music she now performs. An artist that truly connects with her audience on a personal level & Northern Ireland’s very own Blues Queen.

Doors 9.30 Music 10pm Tickets E11.40 from Eventbrite


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