Will it 25°C on 25th May? Cruises Seisiún.
Join Jimmy Clancy, accordion and myself, Áine on flute/tinwhistle from 8:30pm in Cruises Bar Thurs 25th May for an open seisiún – could be a mighty session with the Fleadh Nua in town!!
Today we are spoiled, as the photos I have from last Thurs were taken by Pat Keating – accordion player who was not included but I found an older photo – a couple of musicians I didn’t have names for, my apologies. Check out Ronan Burrenn’s Facebook Group ‘Ireland’s Inner Beauty’ for some previous live videos taken. (People listen live from all around the world)
Lovely photo of Pat Keating (jnr) on fiddle, Áine on flute and Jimmy Clancy on accordion. Photo by Pat Keating.
Patsy on piano accordion and Paula on concertina. Photo by Pat Keating.
New resident in Ennis – Megan, from Canada. Lovely flute-playing! Photo taken by Pat Keating
Sean Bashford from Limerick on bazouki, guitar and vocals. Photo by Pat Keating.
Flute player Megan, from Canada and Sorcha Curtin on concertina. Photo by Pat Keating.
Michael on fiddle with Paula and one other…also Patsy on accordion. Photo by Pat Keating.
Patricia doing a fine sean-nós dance. Photo by Pat Keating.
Áine on flute and Jimmy Clancy on accordion. Photo by Pat Keating.
Paula on fiddle, Patricia doing a sean-nós dance and Mary Caldwell on accordion. Photo by Pat Keating.
Mick Coffey on flute. More great fluting! Photo by Pat Keating.
This entry was posted on May 24, 2017 by aineheslin. It was filed under 2017, Ennis Co Clare, Fleadh Nua, Tourism, Traditional Music and was tagged with CD, celtic, composer, concertina, fiddle, flute, folk, irish, jimmy clancy, music, new Irish music, pubs, seisiún, The Tunes Foundry Album, tinwhistle, traditional, tune.
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