Mino Lanzieri is one of the most important and prolific guitarist of the modern italian jazz scene, with many albums as both a leader and a sideman, european tours and collaborations with some of the most important jazz names such as Jerry Bergonzi, Reuben Rogers, Gene Jackson, Ulysses Owens, Willie Jones, Jonathan Kreisberg, Antonio Faraò and many others. His last album “Endless” was among the first places in the jazz charts in several countries of the world such as France, England, Australia, Chile and awarded as one of the best record productions of 2017 in Italy on “JazzIt magazine”.Hugh Buckley – Guitar Mino Lanzieri – Guitar Dave Redmond – Bass Dominic Mullen – Drums Doors 4 music 4.30-6.30
‘Aja’ is a tribute band playing the music of Steely Dan. Their repertoire includes the entire classic album Aja, hence the name. Gerard Farrelly : Keyboards. Colm Lindsay : Guitar. Tommy Moore : Bass/Vocals. Alan Cunningham : Drums. Johnny Graham : Vocals. Sinead Stone : Vocals. Mark Wilde & Serge Stavila : Saxes. Doors 8.30 Music 9 Entry 12euro
Aleka Potinga returns to Arthur’s to release her debut album with a star-studded lineup featuring one of Europe’s greatest jazz drummers, Eric Ineke. ‘Person I Knew’ is Aleka’s follow up release to her critically acclaimed self-titled EP, Aleka. While the Aleka EP focused on mostly original material, Person I Knew is a collection of some of her favorite tunes from the great American songbook as well as compositions by jazz visionaries such as Wayne Shorter and Bill Evans.
Aleka – Voice / Eric Ineke – Drums / Chris Guilfoyle – Guitar / Ronan Guilfoyle – Bass
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Blue/Soul/Country/Funk Mik Pyro Guitar/Vocals Ger Kiely Guitar Aongus Ralston Bass Eoin Redmond Drums doors 9.30 music 10-12 entry 10e
BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Radio 2 play-listed and BBC Radio 2 Blues Show live session artist Dom Martin (28) is from Belfast. Primarily a solo singer songwriter heavily influenced by the Blues genre, he occasionally joins forces with his two Belfast friends to form The Furious Thirst (Phil Smyth on bass and Matt Hewer on drums). Heavily influenced by Rory Gallagher in particular, Dom and the band punch out an array of Gallagher, Hendrix and a few Dom Martin originals to delight any crowd they play to. Dom has played solo the last few years in the square in Ballyshannon at the International Rory Fest and always draws a huge appreciative crowd. On March 1st and going into Rory’s Birthday on the 2nd at Arthur’s Dublin, when you see him, hear the voice and the intricate guitar work you’ll think Rory is in the room. He may well be looking down in delight as the Celtic Blues tradition is carried on in style. Doors 9.30 Music 10 Entry 10e