This toe-tapping trad trio from Ireland play up-beat jigs and reels on fiddle, flute and guitar combined with songs that are by turn funny and poignant.
The venue can seat 40 in comfy chairs and we are more than half sold out as of June 10.
July 1 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm $20 in advance
Richmond, ON BYOB and a snack to share if you like
TLC Bed and Breakfast in Richmond ON
To reserve a seat contact: [masked]
Fánaid are coming to us direct from County Down in Northern Ireland. They’re regulars on Belfast’s traditional music scene, one of the most vibrant in the world. Their unique and energetic repertoire champions the music of their native Ulster, with plenty of jigs, reels, barn dances, polkas and marches, but also looks further afield, incorporating tunes from Brittany, Galicia and Cape Breton. Kevin McCullagh, who draws inspiration from the Donegal style of fiddling, is a composer, sound artist and DJ too, whose work has featured at many of Ireland’s top festivals. Fióna Ní Mhearain sings in both Irish and English and plays flute and whistle. Her songs of love, loss and emigration are delivered with a refreshingly honest approach. Guitarist Paddy Morgan has developed a distinctive style of accompaniment that seeks to remain faithful to tradition while exploring new techniques for the guitar drawn from flamenco and jazz.
Band Website: https://traditionalmusicbelfast.wordpress.com