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Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill at Blackstone River Theater, Cumberland, Ri

Reservations highly recommended - please see information at
This event is expected to sell out early and their sell-out number is set in stone due to fire code.

Saturday, May 10, 8 PM, $20.00 advance / $24.00 day of show
MARTIN HAYES and DENNIS CAHILL Irish fiddle virtuoso Martin Hayes and American guitarist Dennis Cahill possess a rare musical kinship, ranking them among the most memorable partnerships of our era. Together they have garnered international renown for taking traditional music to the very edge of the genre, holding listeners spellbound with their slow-building, fiery performances. Hayes has been an All-Ireland fiddle champion six times over and has taken home a National Entertainment Award, the Irish equivalent to the "Grammy." Possessing the slow, lyrical style of his native East County Clare, Martin grew up playing traditional music with his father, P.J. Hayes, leader of the famed Tulla Ceili Band. Dennis Cahill is a master guitarist, as well versed in classical, blues and rock as he is in traditional music. A Chicago native, Cahill's innovative accompaniment is acknowledged as being a major breakthrough for guitar in the Irish tradition. The musical rapport between Hayes and Cahill is so strong that it is often said they appear to be playing one instrument; while Martin pursues a melody, Dennis explores the harmony and rhythms within the tune. Their live performances can weave tunes that stretch up to thirty minutes long, in what Hayes describes as "a three-way conversation between the two of us and the music."

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Excellent traditional Celtic fiddle music by one of the best.

    May 11, 2014

  • kathy j.

    Got my confirmatory phone call yesterday afternoon - never been to this venue before

    May 9, 2014

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