Date : Tuesday, 25th, September
Time : 9 – 11.30pm
Location : Botanic Bar
Style : Open acoustic session
Tuesday Fireside Sessions at Botanic House
This week we are delighted Luke and Paddy are back with Andreas for some bluegrass, a bit of trad and anything else you, the guests throw into the mix.
We hope we will welcome you!
A little taster below of a previous session with the lads…
it won’t always be the same mix of musicians every Tuesday, but a profile of those expected this coming Tuesday
Andreas hails from a strong musical family background, his main instrument is guitar but he also has been known to pick up the banjo bass.
The musical styles he covers are jazz, bluegrass, trad & a bit of classical.
His primary band that he plays with are The Stars of the Commitments, but he also joins an 18 piece jazz band on Monday nights in Graingers on the Malahide Road.
Andreas has taken his talents to stages all over the world with an upcoming tour of the US to look forward to. For now we are thrilled to have him lead the Tuesday sessions in Botanic House.
Paddy is a musical academic having studied at the University of Limerick under Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin the Irish Musician and composer.
Paddy plays a multitude of instruments including mandolin, tenor banjo, guitar and wooden flute, he will be sharing a few songs with us too.
Paddys main band is called Skippers Alley, they have played all over the US, Canada, India and even Zambia to name a few destinations.
We are delighted to have him join us at Botanic House this Tuesday.
Luke again is a multi instrument player equally comfortable with a guitar, fiddle or 5 string banjo in his hand. Expect some great vocals here too.
The sound he will be bringing to Botanic House could include a bit of bluegrass, trad, jazz, country or even swing.
Lukes main band Mules & Men have residency every Sunday evening at the Leeson Lounge but delighted to have him join us this Tuesday at Botanic House for our acoustic session.