Music at McCarthy’s Bar Millstreet this Bank Holiday Weekend

Bank Holiday Weekend Music at McCarthy’s Bar in Millstreet with the O’Brien’s on Tonight Saturday  26th October from 10pm to close.
Sunday Night 27th October Joe Guerin from 10pm to close. All very Welcome.

“Singalongers Supreme” Hold First Very Successful Get Together

At Millstreet Day Care Centre the very first get together of “Singalongers Supreme” was held on Wednesday, 23rd Oct. 2019 at 7:30pm organised by Helen, Patricia, Angela and Danny assisted also by Petra and Marie.   All agreed that it was a wonderful success.   All were delighted to be joined by outstanding singers Joe and Ciara Guerin and by musician Miriam O’Sullivan.   We were even joined by Andrias Guerin through facetime live from the UK rendering a great rendition of “James Connolly”.   Here we share some eleven images from the most enjoyable occasion where refreshments were also provided.  Tap on the pictures to enlarge.  (S.R.) [read more …] ““Singalongers Supreme” Hold First Very Successful Get Together”

A Magnificent Five-in-a-Row for “Crossfields” Céilí Band

Pictured below is the superbly talented U18 Crossfields Céilí Band after their splendid win in Drogheda at the All-Ireland Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann on Sunday, 18th August 2019…Hugely thrilled!  🙂  Local members of this Band are Marie O’Neill, Darragh Twomey, Anna Buckley & Leah Murphy.  Our picture also includes Alan Finn, Coach supreme. Nine members  of this Band are in their last year of U18 competition thus they  were so delighted to have been part of the magnificent Five-in-a-Row Winning Céilí Band.  We thank Bridget Buckley for the picture and caption information.  Click on the image to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Mushera Platform Dance, Venue changed to Marquee in Ballinagree Tommorrow Sunday August 4th

Mushera Platform Dance Tommorrow Sunday August 4th from 3.00pm to 5.30pm Music by The Singing Jarvey,Everyone Welcome.

NOTE

Due to the inclement weather forecast for Tomorrow,The Mushera Platform Committee have decided to have the dance undercover in the Marquee in Ballinagree village PX 12 PF 66. Music by the Singing Jarvey. 3 to 5.30 pm Enquiries to 086 0647381. 

Upcoming Events at McCarthy`s Bar Millstreet

The ever popular TR Dallas is appearing at McCarthy`s Bar in Millstreet on Tonight Thursday August 1st,a great Night of Music and Entertainment not to be missed,and on Sunday Evening August 4th from 6-9pm Barbeque for Customers with Music by The Rogues.

June Bank Holiday Weekend Entertainment at McCarthys Bar

Entertainment at McCarthys Bar for the June Bank Holiday Weekend

Bank Holiday Saturday Night June 1st : Music by The Rogues

Bank Holiday Sunday Night June 2nd : Music by Anthony Lehane

Everybody Welcome,Have a great Weekend.

Mushera Platform Fundraising Afternoon Tea Dance next Sunday April 28th

Mushera Platform Fundraising Afternoon Tea Dance at the Marquee in Ballinagree (at the Back of Laine Bar) 

Next Sunday April 28th 2019 from 3pm to 5.30pm,Spot Prizes on Door Tickets,Proceeds to Ballinagree Playground 

 

Preparing for Traditional Music Weekend 2019 in Millstreet

Maria Casey and son Conor preparing for the very busy Traditional Music Weekend taking place in Millstreet with Dancing Competitions and a Concert on Saturday while on Sunday at MCS there will be the annual Féile Cheoil. Below Donagh and Mary lend a helping hand.  Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

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Upcoming Musical Events 2019

Tadhg Murphy of Cork is the Presenter at The Music Room in Boherbue on this Thursday, 4th April 2019 at 8pm.   The next Millstreet Gramophone Circle takes place on Friday, 26th April at 8.15pm when we invite our audience to share one or two CDs of their favourite songs/music in “Listeners’ Choice”.   And our Bealtaine presentation takes place on Friday, 31st May at 8:15pm with Michael Drew of Boherbue sharing a wonderful programme of music and song.   Recently in Freemount a magnificent presentation was given by Mary Broderick and her sister, Clare Murphy.  We share images here of that very special event where a capacity audience was delighted with the splendid programme.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.) [read more …] “Upcoming Musical Events 2019”

TechWorks Festival at Green Glens Attracts Huge Young Audience

It’s rare to see double decker buses in Millstreet but on Sat. 16th March 2019 a number of them were part of the transport bringing huge numbers of enthusiastic young people to Green Glens for the annual TechWorks Festival.  Participants travelled from many parts of Ireland and some came from the UK also.  The event commences shortly after midday and ended at midnight.   The occasion was very well coordinated and security was most professional.   Such was the volume of the modern music that it echoed beyond Green Glens.   Clearly it was a happy and enjoyable occasion for the great number of participants.  We thank Thomas, Pat and Muireann and the TechWorks organisers for permitting us to share images from the very colourful event.  Click on the pictures (almost 40) to enlarge.  (S.R.) [read more …] “TechWorks Festival at Green Glens Attracts Huge Young Audience”

Millstreet CCÉ Play at St. Patrick’s Eve Mass

Maintaining a wonderful tradition at St. Patrick’s Church in Millstreet – Members of Millstreet CCÉ played a number of superb traditional airs at Mass on the Eve of St. Patrick’s Day 2019.   The blessed shamrock was placed near the altar.  Celebrant was Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P..   Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig oraibh go léir – The Blessings of St. Patrick to All.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.) [read more …] “Millstreet CCÉ Play at St. Patrick’s Eve Mass”

T.R. Dallas Interview on William’s CMS Show Tonight at 10pm

Seán Murphy of The Pub in Carriganima pictured with special guest the renowned T.R. Dallas who performed a magnificent presentation at The Pub on Friday, 20th Dec. 2013 before a capacity attendance.  T.R. Dallas will be returning to the Pub in Carriganima this Friday night (25th January 2019). Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
At 10pm tonight (Thurs. 24th Jan. 2019) William Fitzgerald will interview T.R. Dallas during his weekly Cork Music Station Show – in advance of the appearance of T.R. at the Pub in Carriganima on this Friday night.  To listen to the live interview please log into www.corkmusicstation.com

RTE’s “Ceilí House” from Rockchapel on Sat. 0ct. 20 and 27

The RTE radio one programme ‘Ceilí House’ will come from Bruach na Carraige, Rockchapel, on Saturday, 20th and Saturday, 27th October after the 9pm News.  It will feature the Rockchapel Comhaltas based group, Ceoltoirí Sliabh Luachra, performing some of Sliabh Luachra’s oldest music.  Much of this music comes from the manuscripts of Dave Dan Curtin of Stagmount, Rockchapel and the manuscripts of his father, Dan Curtin that go back to before 1850, and contain an older layer of Sliabh Luachra music that predates the polkas and slides that characterise the area now, and also from the manuscripts of Dave Leahy of Mountcollins who died in 1907.

We thank Jack Roche for this important notice.  (S.R.)

“Music from The Manuscripts” in Bruach Na Carraige Rockchapel

The Rockchapel based group Ceoltóirí Sliabh Luachra will present their new show “Music from The Manuscripts” in Bruach Na Carraige Rockchapel on Friday the 16th of March at 8.30pm.
This show is a celebration of the music of local musicians Dave Dan Curtin of Stagmount Rockchapel, and his father Dan Curtin, and their neighbour Dave Leahy Secondgloss Mountcollins who died in 1907
The manuscripts from all three were recently discovered, Dan Curtin’s from the National Traditional Music Archive in Dublin. They date back to before 1850. They give us an important glimpse of an older layer of Sliabh Luachra Music that predates that what prevails today, with many tunes that have not been heard or heard of for over one hundred years. Dave Dan`s and Dave Leahy`s manuscripts were donated to the Bruach Na Carraige Archive, by the late Margaret O’Brien a daughter of Dave Dans of Elsberry Missouri in the US. They also contain tunes not heard anymore. These manuscripts illustrate the high quality of our traditional musicians around Rockchapel over one hundred and fifty years ago and their ability to produce such quality manuscripts at that time is amazing.

We thank Jack Roche for this Notice of the Upcoming Musical Event.  (S.R.)