IMC’s Signal Series MARCH: Jermyn-Carpio Duo | Tom Caraher Band

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IMC’s Signal Series: New Directions in Irish Jazz Jermyn-Carpio Duo | Tom Caraher Band Thursday 5th March 2020 | Doors 9pm/Music 9:15pm Tickets: €10 online/€12 at the door. Jermyn-Carpio Irish bassist, guitarist and composer Simon Jermyn, a staple Brooklyn NY creative music scene for the past 7 years, is in town to record a new duo record with one of Ireland’s most respected drummers, Sean Carpio. At this Signal Series set, you’ll get to hear the fruits of their labour firsthand. Featuring original music that weaves contemporary composition with extended improvisations across a panoply of instrumentation (guitar, bass, drums, electronics, and vocals) from this dexterous duo. Tom Caraher Band Born in Bangkok and raised across continents from the Far East to North Carolina, Kerry-based saxophonist Tom Caraher has seen his fair share of the world. Discovering his love of saxophone in the land of Bluegrass and studying in the prestigious Berklee College of music he finally relocated back to Ireland and quickly established himself in bands including the Dublin City Jazz Orchestra, the Hot House Big Band, ZASKA, The Connor McKeon Band, Aja, Phisqa and The Booka Brass Band. Here he leads his own quartet made up of some of Cork’s finest players for a contemporary jazz set steeped in groove and inflected with this saxophonist’s many travels. The Signal Series is a live monthly double-header concert series from IMC presenting the best emerging and established jazz acts from across Ireland, taking place on the first Thursday of each month in Arthur’s Blues & Jazz Club. Please Note: There is generous but not complete seating available in this venue. Seating will be allocated on a first-come, first served basis. If you have particular requirements, please notify us and we will do our best to assist you.

The Donal Kirk Band

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Classic Blues, Rock & Country by Donal Kirk – Vocals/Acoustic Guitar Anto Drennan – Electric Guitar Jason Duffy – Drums Keith Duffy – Bass Paul Finley – Keyboards Doors 9 Music 9.30 Entry €10

Nigel Mooney & The Jim Doherty Trio

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Nigel Mooney – Guitar/Vocals Jim Doherty – Piano Barry Donohue – Bass Dominic Mullen – Drums

Doors 8.30 Music 9 Entry €10 Nigel Mooney is widely regarded as Ireland’s leading jazz singer and guitarist. A charismatic figure on the Dublin jazz and blues scenes since the early 1980’s, his Gripewater Blues Band spearheaded the blues movement in Ireland and drew many fans of both jazz and the blues. A self-taught musician, Mooney was influenced by the blues from an early age and his hard-bop style of guitar playing is expressive and melodic with a bluesy groove. He possesses a warm and rich tenor voice and has an almost flawless sense of pitch. Jim Doherty has been leading trios, quartets, small groups & big bands for over 50 years. There is very little in the music scene that Jim has not tackled with his usual flair, attention to detail and humour from writing for stage, radio, TV, Movies, jingles to backing some of the most famous luminaries of the music scene worldwide. His long-term association with the great guitarist, Louis Stewart was severed last year with the untimely death of Louis.

The Henry Girls & Band perform the music of The Boswell Sisters

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The Henry Girls are three sisters from Donegal with a penchant for harmonising and in this show, they and their band will perform a set of Boswell Sisters music. Having performed this show at the Galway Arts Festival, Cork Jazz Festival, Derry Jazz Festival, and Earagail Arts Festival this ten-piece ensemble includes a brass and reed section, drums, double bass, guitar, piano and of course close three-part harmonies. Expect to hear popular songs from the 1920’s & 1930’s (Heebie Jeebies, St. Louis Blues, Mood Indigo) as well as some rarities. The Boswell Sisters were a vocal jazz trio who broke boundaries with their intricate harmonies and rhythmic experimentation. They got the nickname ‘syncopating harmonists from New Orleans’ and made music that was steeped in jazz, blues, dixieland, ragtime and gospel. They moved to New York in 1931 and made recordings for Brunswick Records with the top jazz musicians around at the time including Jimmy & Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Eddie Lang (guitar), Bunny Berrigan, Manny Klein (trumpet), Stan King (drums). The Band Karen McLaughlin – vocals Lorna McLaughlin – vocals Joleen McLaughlin – vocals Pater Vail – guitar Rohan Armstrong – double bass James Anderson – drums Robert Goodman – trumpet Matt Jennings – tenor sax Donal McGuinness – trombone Kevin Murphy – clarinet

Doors 4 Music 4.30 Entry 20euro Tickets

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Brian Dunning Quartet

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An electric mix of originals, standards, world music with msome special guests Brian Dunning on concert alto and bass flutes, whistles, electric pipes and bodhran Johnny Taylor on piano Paul Moore on bass Dominic Mullen on drums Doors 8 Music 8.30 Entry €10

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