Bluegrass With an Irish Flair at Albert Hall March 24

Mar 09, 2018
Ballyhaunis Irish Band

Music historians have often cited that bluegrass has its origin in Irish, Scottish and English traditional music. That will likely be pointed out when the Albert Music Hall in Waretown holds an “Irish Night” on Saturday, March 24. Doors open at 6; live music begins at 7:30 and continues until 11:30.

Scheduled performers include the Ballyhaunis Irish Band, Church Street Revival Irish Band, the River Drivers Irish Band, and Martin Kavanaugh and the Hard Road Travelers. In addition, an Irish greeter will be on hand giving out good luck chocolate coins.

Admission is $5 for adults and $1 for children. Gifts and refreshments can be purchased.

“This is one of our most popular shows,” said Elaine Everett, publicity manager. “People will hear Irish, bluegrass and country.”

 For more information, call the hall at 609-971-1593. —E.E.

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