Date: Friday September 15th, doors 8pm. Tickets €15
Two legendary figures from the Irish music scene join forces in a new venture.
Terry Woods is an Irish folk musician, noted for playing the mandolin and cittern, but also plays acoustic and electric guitar, mandola, five-string banjo and concertina. He is also a singer and songwriter.
In 1986 Terry was recruited by The Pogues and had a hugely successful international career with them, recording five albums together.
Pete Cummins is a singer/songwriter who started out in beat groups playing rock music. In 1971 Pete teamed with folk singer Donovan, later on he played with Freddie White in The Fake, in 1985 he formed the Fleadh Cowboys with Johnny Moynihan and Frankie Lane. They produced two albums High Ace to Heaven and Time of your Life,
The band toured with The Pogues, and supported Bob Dylan, U2, and Emmylou Harris. Pete has played with The Chieftains, Nanci Griffith, and recorded with Townes Van Zandt.