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Review: Festival at the highest pub in Ireland

freespiritceol1 25 Jul 11 - 04:08 PM
Effsee 25 Jul 11 - 10:19 PM
freespiritceol1 26 Jul 11 - 01:35 PM
The Sandman 27 Jul 11 - 01:11 PM
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Subject: Review: Festival at the highest pub in Ireland
From: freespiritceol1
Date: 25 Jul 11 - 04:08 PM

Friday 14th Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th October 2011

Friday 14th October 2011
7.30-8.30 free
9.00-10.30 Fesitval Launch with Leon Brock feat. Guus Westdorp
Leon Brock's music is strongly rooted in American country rock and Americana, but bears the characteristics of the singer / songwriter tradition. Brock is strongly influenced by songwriters like Townes van Zandt, Steve Earle, Joe Ely and Hank Williams. He was the founder of the Dutch alt. country band The Red Sea Sharks, Together with bass player Martin Vermeer they recorded the CD Ordinary People live on March 15th 2009 (11 songs on a Sunday afternoon). This CD was recently released. Ordinary People is defined by the space between the notes, filled with images and reflective observations about travelling through the USA. .. .
10.30-11.30 free
Followed by Open Session
Saturday 15th October 2011
Impromptu sessions through the day in the bar
6.00-730 Seanos Session songs in Irish and English from some of the best local and visiting Seanos Singers.
A real Treat!
8.00-9.30 Henk Vosse & Band "That's Nice"
Expect anything and everything an eclectic mix of Blues, Folk, Dutch , European and Irish music. Great Fun and Craic!
Henk Joins us this year with his band "Thats Nice". As always with Henk and friends expect the unexpected!
Henk opened the festival last year and really rocked the place, here he is back with his band and we are really looking forward to hearing them play.
9.30-1030 free
Sunday 16th October 2011
Sessions throughout the day in the bar
3.00-5.00 Local and Visiting Young Talent Concert
The Very best in emerging talent. Not to be missed! A Real Treat!
5.30-7.30 Stories around the fireside Including "Tales From The Top" with a very special guest!
With Steve Roche and friends
730-8.00 Belly dancing exhibition from Niza (the international woman of mystery and music)
A great favourite from last year come along and take part if you are brave enough
8.00-9.00 "THE SURVIVORS"
The Survivors are a 5 piece group from Glengarriff playing an eclectic assortment of music. Accordion led jigs and reels and guitar led country and western, blues, and early rock.
9.00-10.30 free
10.30-LATE Sore fingers time Survivors Session
High in the Kerry mountains on the Cork/Kerry Border
A warm welcome from Eileen & Tim Your hosts.
And in our opinion the best Guinness you will taste anywhere!
A fun filled weekend of Sessions, Concerts and Storytelling.
With Fabulous Local Musicians and Singers, Special Guest Appearances .Irish Dancing and young Local Musicians. Storytelling, seanos singing and general fun and frivolity!
Contact John & Marie at
Tel 00353 (0)646689578
This is a free event, with no Paid Artists, all who take part do so for fun, love of
Music and Craic
(So no paid gigs but great fun guaranteed)
if you would like to come along and take part please contact us for more details.
(Local Accommodation etc)
The Ceol and Craic is Brilliant!
Warm up sessions organised Locally Throughout the area leading up to the weekend, Why not come early and make a week of it!
All Singers, Musicians, Storytellers and Audience Welcome.
It's also a great area to Tour, Ring of Kerry and Bearra ,Lakes of Killarney,
Kenmare etc all within easy reach
All Styles of Music and song welcomed and appreciated.
If you have already been to this weekend festival, you know how good the atmosphere is, If not , come and find out for yourself!
Check out the top of coom facebook page at
Pics from last year at
All the best
John & Marie
Warm Up Sessions. Wednesday 12th October 2011 Bernard Harringtons bar Glengarriff Thursday 13th October 2011 Jack Rogers Bar Kilgarvan

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Subject: RE: Review: Festival at the highest pub in Ireland
From: Effsee
Date: 25 Jul 11 - 10:19 PM

Mmmmm....a review of a Festival that hasn't taken place yet!...Curious to say the least.

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Subject: RE: Review: Festival at the highest pub in Ireland
From: freespiritceol1
Date: 26 Jul 11 - 01:35 PM

I'm sorry if I'm a novice to all this new technology. It's just to let people know about the weekend

If you really want a review, why don't you just come along and write one,? you would be most welcome.

all the best John

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Subject: RE: Review: Festival at the highest pub in Ireland
From: The Sandman
Date: 27 Jul 11 - 01:11 PM


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