We Banjo 3 3/09 At Club Cafe

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We Banjo 3 3/09 At Club Cafe says
We Banjo 3
Direct Ticket Link: http://tktwb.tw/1lth4NL

Tickets on sale now!
Tix: $20.00 adv/dos
or in person at Dave's Music Mine (Southside), and at Club Cafe during any event
Ages: 21+


Mix the skills and strengths of the Flecktones with a bit of Punch Brothers and add a dash of Gaelic Storm and you get one of the best live acts to come out of Ireland in recent years, the multi-awarded winning We Banjo 3. With a 7 time all Ireland fiddle champ and another member who is an all Ireland champ on both fiddle and Bodhran, and with a passionate lead vocalist like a young Springsteen adopted by the Chieftans, the result is truly unforgettable. On both sides of the Atlantic the word is out about this group.

We Banjo 3... The new gold-standard of traditional Irish and American roots music. 9 straight weeks of American Celtic Fest appearances in summer 2015!

Their Album, "Roots of the Banjo Tree" was named Traditional Album of the Year by The Irish Times. Their most recent album, "Gather the Good" garnered 4 Album of the Year awards; (LiveIreland.com, Celtic Connections Radio, RTE Radio 1 and Irish American News

Enda & Fergal Scahill and Martin & David Howley are among the most celebrated and distinguished young musicians in Ireland today. Their competitive success is unrivaled, Martin holding 7 All Ireland titles, Enda with 4, while Fergal and David hold All Ireland titles on Banjo, Fiddle, Bodhran and Guitar.

"Roots of the Banjo Tree"..(is) one of the most impressive debut recordings in several years. These Ultra-Talented Irish performers deliver hallowed musical traditions from Ireland and America with a freshness and finesse bordering on magical" - The Wall Street Journal

"Roots of the Banjo Tree" - Irish Times Traditional Album of the Year

"Count yourself among the fortunate. You are about to hear something new, something fresh, something daring, something that befits the bright, flamboyant spirit of the Banjo itself." - Paul F. Wells, Director Emeritus, Mid Tennessee State Univ.
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