The bilingual traveling exhibition “Éire: Athbheochan/Revival 1893-2018,” was loaned to us by the Consulate General of Ireland in Chicago. The Eoin McKiernan Library is proud to be host of this remarkable display. In this series this bilingual exhibition will be presented by Connemara native Lavinia Finnerty.

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Two Tap Trio

As part of the Celtic Junction Fall Outdoor Concert Weekend, Two Tap Trio will be performing their unique blend of traditional dance tunes.

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Daithi Sproule and Laura MacKenzie

Songs and Music of Ireland & Scotland, plus original instrumentals featuring master musician Dáithí Sproule on guitar and voice with multi-instrumentalist Laura MacKenzie on flutes, whistles, pipes, concertina, and voice.

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Adrienne O'Shea, Ian McKenna, and Joe De Georgio

Featuring Adrienne O’Shea (vocals, flute), Ian McKenna (accordion), and Joe De Georgeo (fiddle) with guitarist Brian Miller, this performance marks the launch of a 2020-21 pilot project from the Center for Irish Music called Taking Flight Collective.

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Wild Colonial Bhoys

Wild Colonial Bhoys will be putting on an outdoor show to be remembered – all as part of the Celtic Junction Outdoor Fall Concert Weekend!

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Gary Rue in Concert

Gary Rue’s Music honors the craft of songwriting, reminiscent of the Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison and Mose Alison. Influenced by nearly anything and everything musical, but most often by Frederic Chopin, Kurt Weill, The Beatles, Motown, and the poets of Tin Pan Alley and their Brill Building offspring.

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Dakota-Dave-Hull

Dakota Dave is a restlessly curious, adventurous traveler along the broad highway of America’s music. In his playing the masters speak, but in a vocabulary that is Dave’s alone: alternatively mirthful and moving, always melodic.

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Todd Menton promo photo by Susan Esbjornson

Todd’s calling card is his wry, edgy performing style, focusing on warm, vibrant vocals and sharp playing on guitar, bouzouki, bodhrán, and harmonica. Folks can expect all the drama and hilarity of the traditional songs and tunes, and the darkly humorous word-play of his original songs, delivered with wit and crackling energy.

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