Emilie Conway Brazilian Jazz

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The evocative melodies and grooves from some of Brazil’s leading composers Jobim, Nascimento, Bosco, Powell, Joyce & more Featuring “Yemanjä” an original art-music collaboration between Emilie Conway and artist, Mairead DeBlaca Emilie Conway – voice Johnny Taylor – piano Paddy Groenland – guitar Dave Mooney – bass Andre Antunes – drums

Doors 9 music 9.30-11

Entry 10e

Ronnie Greer’s Blues Trio

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Ronnie Greer has been at the centre of the Irish blues scene for over 40 years now. His distinctive guitar playing, melding visceral Chicago blues style licks with be bop jazz inspired lines and chord progressions, has been critically acclaimed as world class. Ronnie has shared the stage with some of the leading figures in the blues genre, including Dr. John, Memphis Slim, Lowell Fulson, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, and Carey Bell, to name but a few. His powerhouse trio on this gig features two of Ireland’s finest and most in demand musicians, John McCullough on Hammond organ and piano, and Peter McKinney on drums. “This is a magnificent band, of world class” Blues in Britain Magazine “Proper Blues from a proper Bluesman” Ralph McLean, BBC Radio Ulster doors 9.30 music 10-12 entry 10euro

Andreas Varady Trio

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Andreas Varady is “one of the most talented people on this planet, who takes the music back to where it belongs,” says legendary music icon, Quincy Jones Andreas started his ascent to mastering jazz guitar at a very young age. Born of Hungarian Gypsy descent, Andreas was raised in a small town in Slovakia and first began to play the guitar at four years old, tutored by his father, Bandi. Andreas was taught to learn songs by ear; his first tune the “Blue Bossa” jazz standard, and from then on he has continued to pursue the world of jazz music. Andreas has idolized his guitar hero George Benson, and from his early years has often been compared to the guitar legend. Andreas began to explore sharing his talent when his family moved to Ireland in 2007. At just 9 years old, Andreas would perform for the passerby’s of Limerick and Cork Ireland, busking on the streets. People were drawn to young Varady for his talent at such a young age and his lovable performing persona. As an outgoing and determined youth, Andreas reached out to Irish drummer and producer David Lyttle who agreed to meet with him. After the introduction, Lyttle loved him and began featuring Andreas in his band. Lyttle also produced Andreas’ first album Questions in 2010. At this time, Andreas began touring and playing shows at various Jazz festivals throughout Europe. In 2011, at 13 years old, he became the youngest headlining artist at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London. Andreas became featured in shows with Martin Taylor, Tommy Emmanuel, and Louis Stewart. He appeared on the front cover of Guitar Player magazine. In the summer of 2012, Andreas had the opportunity to play at the world famous International Montreux Jazz Festival where he performed in front of festival founder Claude Nobs and record producer and music legend Quincy Jones. A few months after the festival, Quincy signed Andreas to his management company. In October 2013, Andreas Varady signed a record deal with Verve Records under David Foster. He recorded his debut album in January 2014 with producer David Paich. To date, Andreas Varady has performed with a collection of world class musicians including: Frank Vignola, Andreas Oberg, Casey Benjamin, Terell Stafford, Lee Ritenour, Stochelo Rosemberg, Alfredo Rodriguez, Nikki Yanofsky, Henry Cole, Reiner Elizarde, Louis Stewart, Soweto Kinch, and many more. Andreas is a Benedetto artist and plays his own signature variation of the Bambino model guitar. D’Addario strings and Planet Waves cables also endorse Andreas. Most recently, Andreas caught the interest of Bob Zievers, George Benson’s agent, who has signed on to work with the young guitarist. Doors 9 Music 9.30 Entry 10E

Hugh Buckley/Mino Lanzieri Quartet

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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 10euro

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