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Subject: Re: The Bonny Men i mBeal Feirste
From: Marion Gunn <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:GAELIC Language Bulletin Board <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 17 Apr 2012 11:18:05 +0100
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Agus <[log in to unmask]>, ar ndóigh!
:-)
mg



Scríobh 17/04/2012 11:16, Marion Gunn:
> Only good news from Cooke Street, as usual.
>
> Sharing this with the following e-groups:
> Irish Traditional Music List <[log in to unmask]>
> List for Scholars and Students of Gaelic Folk Traditions 
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> Foinse: <[log in to unmask]>.
> mg
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> Scríobh 17/04/2012 10:28, An Droichead:
>>
>>
>> [GAEILGE THÍOS FAOI SEO]
>> The Bonny Men to perform their first Belfast concert
>> @An Droichead, Saturday 28th April 2012
>>
>> Having just played sell out shows at The Button Factory and Dublin’s 
>> Liberty Hall following the release of their debut album, THE BONNY 
>> MEN are set to perform their first-ever Belfast concert at An 
>> Droichead on Saturday 28th April. Since forming in January 2011, The 
>> Bonny Men have emerged as the most talked about, and exciting young 
>> bands to emerge from the trad/folk scene in Ireland in recent years.
>>
>> Their debut album, self-titled The Bonny Men, was recorded at the 
>> internationally renowned Windmill Lane Recording Studios. The raw 
>> energy and life which has rapidly gained them an ever-growing loyal 
>> following is captured in this recording and as Seán Laffey of Irish 
>> Music Magazine put it: "this is a stunning debut album, filled with 
>> energy and references to the best Irish ensemble work from the 
>> heydays of the 1970's' "
>>
>>
>>  Support for The Bonny Men will come from Aoife Scott, an up and 
>> coming new folk/trad vocalist also from Dublin.  The daughter of 
>> legendary Singer Frances Black and Niece of Mary Black, Aoife is now 
>> making her own impressive impact on the music industry.
>>
>> Tickets on sale now £12.50 available from 
>> www.androichead.com/box-office or 028 90 288818
>>
>>
>>
>> *Lacáiste 20% do bhaill - 20% off for An Droichead members*
>> Tabhair buidéal leat! This event is BYO!
>>
>>
>> Céad Cheolchoirm do The Bonny Men i mBéal Feirste
>> 28 Aibreán @An Droichead.
>>
>> Beidh an chéad ghig i mBéal Feirste ag The Bonny Men in An Droichead 
>> ar an Satharn 28 Aibreán.  I ndiaidh dóibh a gcéad album a sheoladh, 
>> bhí gigeanna ag an bhanna óg seo ag The Button Factory agus Liberty 
>> Hall i mBaile Átha Cliath, agus achan dáta díolta amach. Cuireadh an 
>> bhanna cheoil le chéile i mí Eanáir 2011 agus ó shin tá The Bonny Men 
>> go mór i mbéal an phobail mar cheann de na bannaí ceoil is suntasaigh 
>> i gceol traidisiúnta le blianta beaga anuas.
>>
>> Taifeadadh an t-albam The Bonny Men i Windmill Lane Recording 
>> Studios, áit a bhfuil an-mheas air ar fud an domhain.  Tá beocht agus 
>> fuinneamh na banna soiléir sa taifeadadh seo agus léiríonn sé an 
>> chúis don leanúint dílis atá ag an bhuíonn seo cheana féin, leanúint 
>> atá ag méadú i rith an ama  "this is a stunning debut album, filled 
>> with energy and references to the best Irish ensemble work from the 
>> heydays of the 1970's'  arsa Sean Laffey ó Irish Music Magazine.
>>
>>
>> Beidh tacaíocht ó Aoife Scott, Amhránaí óg ó Bhaile Átha Cliath a 
>> bhfuil an-rath ar a cuid cheoil.  Iníon leis an amhránaí iomráiteach 
>> Frances Black agus neacht le Mary Black, tá Aoife, anois, ag fágáil 
>> loirg nach beag ar thionscal an cheoil.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> 20 Cooke Street | Belfast, Antrim | BT7 2EP
>>
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>> [GAEILGE THÍOS FAOI SEO]
>> The Bonny Men to perform their first Belfast concert
>> @An Droichead, Saturday 28th April 2012
>>
>> Having just played sell out shows at The Button Factory and Dublin’s 
>> Liberty Hall following the release of their debut album, THE BONNY 
>> MEN are set to perform their first-ever Belfast concert at An 
>> Droichead on Saturday 28th April. Since forming in January 2011, The 
>> Bonny Men have emerged as the most talked about, and exciting young 
>> bands to emerge from the trad/folk scene in Ireland in recent years.
>>
>> Their debut album, self-titled The Bonny Men, was recorded at the 
>> internationally renowned Windmill Lane Recording Studios. The raw 
>> energy and life which has rapidly gained them an ever-growing loyal 
>> following is captured in this recording and as Seán Laffey of Irish 
>> Music Magazine put it: "this is a stunning debut album, filled with 
>> energy and references to the best Irish ensemble work from the 
>> heydays of the 1970's' "
>>
>>
>>  Support for The Bonny Men will come from Aoife Scott, an up and 
>> coming new folk/trad vocalist also from Dublin.  The daughter of 
>> legendary Singer Frances Black and Niece of Mary Black, Aoife is now 
>> making her own impressive impact on the music industry.
>>
>> Tickets on sale now £12.50 available from 
>> www.androichead.com/box-office or 028 90 288818
>>
>>
>>
>> *Lacáiste 20% do bhaill - 20% off for An Droichead members*
>> Tabhair buidéal leat! This event is BYO!
>>
>>
>> Céad Cheolchoirm do The Bonny Men i mBéal Feirste
>> 28 Aibreán @An Droichead.
>>
>> Beidh an chéad ghig i mBéal Feirste ag The Bonny Men in An Droichead 
>> ar an Satharn 28 Aibreán.  I ndiaidh dóibh a gcéad album a sheoladh, 
>> bhí gigeanna ag an bhanna óg seo ag The Button Factory agus Liberty 
>> Hall i mBaile Átha Cliath, agus achan dáta díolta amach. Cuireadh an 
>> bhanna cheoil le chéile i mí Eanáir 2011 agus ó shin tá The Bonny Men 
>> go mór i mbéal an phobail mar cheann de na bannaí ceoil is suntasaigh 
>> i gceol traidisiúnta le blianta beaga anuas.
>>
>> Taifeadadh an t-albam The Bonny Men i Windmill Lane Recording 
>> Studios, áit a bhfuil an-mheas air ar fud an domhain.  Tá beocht agus 
>> fuinneamh na banna soiléir sa taifeadadh seo agus léiríonn sé an 
>> chúis don leanúint dílis atá ag an bhuíonn seo cheana féin, leanúint 
>> atá ag méadú i rith an ama  "this is a stunning debut album, filled 
>> with energy and references to the best Irish ensemble work from the 
>> heydays of the 1970's'  arsa Sean Laffey ó Irish Music Magazine.
>>
>>
>> Beidh tacaíocht ó Aoife Scott, Amhránaí óg ó Bhaile Átha Cliath a 
>> bhfuil an-rath ar a cuid cheoil.  Iníon leis an amhránaí iomráiteach 
>> Frances Black agus neacht le Mary Black, tá Aoife, anois, ag fágáil 
>> loirg nach beag ar thionscal an cheoil.
>>
>>
>> 20 Cooke Street | Belfast, Antrim | BT7 2EP
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> -- 
> Marion Gunn * eGteo (Estab.1991)
> 27 Páirc an Fhéithlinn, Baile an
> Bhóthair, An Charraig Dhubh,
> Co. Átha Cliath, Éire/Ireland.
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-- 
Marion Gunn * eGteo (Estab.1991)
27 Páirc an Fhéithlinn, Baile an
Bhóthair, An Charraig Dhubh,
Co. Átha Cliath, Éire/Ireland.
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