Music and song celebrate Kilmurry Church heritage

first_imgNewsCommunityMusic and song celebrate Kilmurry Church heritageBy Rose Rushe – August 25, 2014 708 Previous articleRDS National Craft and Student Award shows bookend LimerickNext articleLimerick FC hammered at home Rose Rushehttp://www.limerickpost.ieCommercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Post Linkedin WhatsApp Twitter Printcenter_img Baritone with an international platform, Owen GilhoolyTO celebrate National Heritage Week, an ‘evening of music and song’ will take place at Killmurry Church in Castletroy on Friday August 29 at 8pm. The concert will feature baritone Owen Gilhooly and pianist Stuart O’Sullivan with new and emerging young singers and musicians.The occasion marks the completion of phase one of repairs to the tower and steeple of this historic church, located behind The Hurler’s Bar. Another element to the fundraiser will be a raffle for a painting by visual artist and writer, Anne Fitzgerald. Facebook Advertisement Emaillast_img read more

SunSquabi Announces Denver Hometown Throwdown With Russ Liquid Test, Escort, And More

first_imgColorado’s SunSquabi has been blowing up in recent years, with the trio solidly placed at the center of the live electro-funk scene. The band—composed of Chris Anderson (drums), Josh Fairman (bass/synth), and Kevin Donohue (guitar/keys/production)—has had a huge year already, releasing a brand new EP, Deluxe, in April and gaining fans nationwide at festivals like Summer Camp, Electric Forest, and Camp Bisco. However, at its heart, the group is a Colorado staple, and today, the band announced that they would be showing their home state some major love.SunSquabi Shares Video Of Jason Hann Sit-In From Texas PerformanceOn November 11th, SunSquabi will take over the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver for a hometown throwdown of giant proportions, which will also double as the group’s largest headlining performance to date. The show presented by GRiZ’s All Good Records will also tap New Orleans’ The Russ Liquid Test, Brooklyn’s Escort (live band), and Canada’s Defunk, in addition to tweener sets presented by Flamingosis, ensuring a non-stop dance party that runs late into the night.Papadosio And Sunsquabi Take Over Red Rocks For Re:Creation [Photos/Pro-Shot Video]As TUNES Ambassadors for the Oskar Blues CAN’d Aid Foundation, SunSquabi works with the Colorado brewery by supporting local public school music programs through musical workshops and instrument donations. As an added bonus, the trio will donate $1 from all tickets sold for this show to this worthy cause. Check out more about SunSquabi here, and don’t forget to snag tickets for this must-see show here, with tickets going on-sale today at 12 pm (MST).[Photo: Silky Shots]last_img read more