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Sparky and Rhonda share stories and songs from the rich heritage of their southern Appalachian roots, including the African American component of this culture. Their storytelling repertoire ranges from Jack tales and ghost stories to preacher tales and Br'er Rabbit stories. In addition to traditional Appalachian songs and gospel sing-alongs, their repertoire includes newer songs and stories from labor and coal mining struggles in the mountains.
Boston-based Matt and Shannon Heaton play updated and traditional Irish music on flute, accordion, guitar, bouzouki, and voices. They have a warm connection with their audiences and are world-class American performers with Irish roots and universal appeal.
The Center for Irish Music and emcee Máirtín de Cógáin invite you to dress up in your finest, cozy up with a hot drink, and join us online for Éigse CIM, a Virtual Gaela Event.
Danny Diamond (fiddle) and Brian Miller (guitar and bouzouki) celebrate the release of their new duo album Let Fly.
Bring the Kickin' It Irish dancers and band into your home for a newly filmed production of the 2021 show to celebrate St. Paddy's Day!
Anamchairde means kindred spirits and is an online event bringing together speakers, musicians, singers, and other performers to commemorate and celebrate the linguistic and cultural friendship between Ireland and peoples of the First Nations of America/Canada.
Pushed back till April 2021 due to unforeseen circumstances. The Vox Hunters are seekers of old songs, cultivators of local music, bearers of the living tradition. Traditional mus from Rhode Island, New England, North America, the British Isles, Ireland, and the Philippines.