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Dave Curley, Ashley Davis & Colin Farrell
- Friday, January 17, 2020
- $20 Advance // $23 Door
- Tickets on Sale Now
- Seated Lounge Show - Limited Tables Available with a Dinner Reservation :: All Other Seating is First Come First Serve General Admission :: Please Call Venue for Dinner Reservations
An evening with vocalists and songwriters Dave Curley and Ashley Davis and accompanied by returning multi-instrumentalist Colin Farrell, (Lúnasa) presenting newly composed Celtic and Roots Music.
Dave Curley is one of Ireland's leading multi-instrumentalists, vocalists and a champion step dancer. Hailing from Co. Galway on the west coast of Ireland, Curley has brought his wealth of talents to the largest of stages in North America and Western Europe. He has performed at the prestigious Ryman auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee, and toured with Grammy award winner Moya Brennan of Clannad. For 10 years, Curley has worked with the award winning traditional super group, SLIDE and also spent 5 successful years with award winning American Roots band RUNA. Dave currently tours with Andrew Finn Magill, One for the Foxes and the Crannua Collective.
Born in Manchester, England, into a very musical family to parents from Co. Galway and Co. Cavan, Colin Farrell started playing the fiddle and tin-whistle from an early age and won numerous titles at the Fleadh Cheoil. Colin has been touring Europe and the US, with such groups as Flook, Grada, Karen Casey, John Doyle, Tim O’Brien, The Elders, Julie Fowlis, The Michael McGoldrick Band and is currently playing with the band Lúnasa and Crannua. Colin’s 2010 solo debut album ‘On The Move’ was named one of the years 10 best albums by The Irish Echo and his second album ‘Make A Note’ was awarded Instrumental Album of the year by liveIreland.
The musical passport of recording artist and songwriter Ashley Davis offers a rich display of colorful stamps from Ireland and Scotland, but also heavily draws from the influences of her birthplace, the Kansas plains, and the country music traditions borne of the Appalachian Mountains. Ashley has collaborated with such musical luminaries as the Chieftains' Paddy Moloney, fiddle player Eileen Ivers, harpist Cormac De Barra, singer-songwriters John Doyle and John Spillane, and the Moya Brennan. Throughout her career, she has, to quote NBC's "Today Show" co-host Meredith Vieira, thrilled audiences with "new music springing from ancient roots."