The Whileaways play Kinvara!
The Whileaways see three distinct voices combining to weave a beguiling tapestry of harmonies and beautifully crafted original songs. They play their first Kinvara concert on Saturday 12th November in The Gig Room at Kinvara Community Centre, promoted by Kinvara Area Music. The Gig Room has the feel of a performing arts facility, but with a warm, inviting ambience that works well for intimate listening concerts.
Doors: 8 p.m. Admission: €12/€10 (conc.). Tickets are available at the door.
For a taste of the Whileaways see: www.thewhileawaysmusic.com
For further info: Contact KAM co-producers:
Eilish O’Connor (087-6992882) or Josephine Boland (087-2314813)
Details of other KAM events: www.kinvaramusic.com
If you are interested in a Singing Workshop, please contact Helen Murphy at 086 1693115.
KAM are hosting another Blackboard gig on the 22nd October 2016. This session is open to anyone (experienced or not) who enjoys sharing their own songs, or performing cover versions of songs or tunes, done through any medium of music, on any type of instrument. Participants usually perform 2-3 songs / tunes to an appreciative, supportive, like minded audience. The gig is on in the side room of Tullys, starting at 8pm. Give it a go….you know you want to! If you need more info give Karen Weekes a shout on 087-6680705.
KAM announces its AGM/P (P is for Party), Tuesday, Sept 20th at 8pm, Sexton’s Back Room. Join us for a glass of wine, nibbles, a sociable meeting, a couple of short reports, and some music!
First Concert of the Autumn Season will be Jimmy Crowley (Cork Songster), Sat, Oct 1st, 8.30pm at The GiG Room in the Kinvara Community Centre.
KAM is presenting a benefit for Road to Hope, a Kinvara-based organisation involved in sending volunteers to Greece to assist with the refugee crisis. The benefit will be a music concert in The GiG Room on May 28th, with Sharon Murphy, The Sheds, The Quay Singers, and more. For more information see www.kinvaramusic.com
KAM has two concerts in April: Andy Irvine, Sat. April 9th, 8.30pm, The GiG Room, Kinvara Community Centre, Tickets €15/€13, available at Healing harvest & Green’s Pub & online at www.kinvaramusic.com
Hats Off To Clare, with Gerry Howard, Sat. April 30th, 8.30pm, The GiG Room, Kinvara Community Centre
There’s a new band in town – Kinvara’s very own “Caroline Bradley Band”. The “Caroline Bradley Band” are four local Kinvara musicians creating an eclectic mix of styles and sounds. Formed over the last year the band has recently begun doing local gigs. Using their different musical influences and backgrounds they create a sound that is unique. The band features four like minded musicians led by vocalist Caroline Bradley who also plays guitar and harmonica. The band’s music ranges from high-energy blues numbers to jazz classics along with European accordion numbers and classic songs old and new. Caroline is joined by Maeve Cairney on vocals, Paul Gunning on accordion and Alan Wallace on guitar. For bookings and further information contact Caroline on 087-7824374 also see facebook – Caroline Bradley Band