Four of the finest performers of Irish traditional music are coming together for a preview performance of Andy’s Martyn’s forthcoming album ‘Will We Give it a Go?’
This powerful lineup of masters of their art brings together well over 100 years of collective acclaim in Irish Traditional music. This is one of only two gigs they are playing in the UK.
The virtuoso performers will be appearing at Brown Street, the new venue attached to the Chapel Nightclub at 8 pm on Thursday 21st of October.
Tickets cost £12.50 and £2.50 from each ticket will go to Salisbury Hospice Charity.
The lineup of performers is as follows:
Andy Martyn is a London Irish virtuoso of the button accordion whose distinctive style and mix of music is heavily influenced by his East Galway family and by the many musicians with whom he has gained renown through musical collaborations
John Carty is one of Ireland’s finest traditional musicians and, having developed his mastery of the fiddle, banjo, and flute, has been awarded TG4’s Traditional Musician of the Year and produced a number of albums that have been described as milestones in Irish traditional music, including The Wavy Bow Collection with James Carty released in 2020.
Gino Lupari is one of the most respected bodhran players and singers on the road today and has performed all over the world as a founding member of the internationally acclaimed band Four Men & A Dog
Matt Griffin is a highly talented multi-instrumentalist based on Kerry’s Dingle Peninsula. He learned much of his music within the vibrant Irish traditional music community in London and has since immersed himself in both the music of Sliabh Luachra and West Kerry and the guitar stylings of Arty McGlynn and Steve Cooney.
You can book your tickets here –https://www.wegottickets.com/event/524217/