Music in the Gothic with THE JOSEPHINE MARSH BAND
8pm, Saturday 27th October, Kylemore Abbey
The Josephine Marsh Band will joined on the night by a high energy, local young group – Seamus Flaherty harp, Caoimhe Flaherty flute and Rian Sheridan box.
Tickets €15. Booking essential
Josephine’s reputation as an accordion player and composer has carried her and her band to perform at gigs in Europe, Australia and the USA. Josephine has played for Bill Clinton and featured in a National Geographic film on The Famine. On the night she will be joined by Mick Kinsella – one of the finest harmonica players to come out of Ireland. The line-up will also feature Declan Corey a most exciting and innovative mandolin player. On vocals and guitar will be the legendary Tommy Carew from Limerick whose gravelly tones dig into the heart of the song. Josephine is a big fan of American singer/songwriter JJ Cale so his music features on Tommy’s hit list.
This is a rare chance to see one of Ireland’s finest Trad Bands.