A star-studded line up has been announced for Dungannon’s Ranfurly Arts Centre with musical acts including Kieran Goss and up and coming Bluegrass star Hubert Murray set to draw the crowds to the town’s Market Square.
Murray, a young and talented musician from Galway, will be performing in the Square Box on Thursday 2nd June at 8.00pm, with tickets costing £8.
Best known as the lead singer and guitarist of fusion Irish Bluegrass band, Lands End and London based old-time bluegrass band Hot Rock Pilgrims, Hubert captures the mood of folk and blues at its finest. This raw talent creates a new refreshing sound that is embodied in roots music.
Singer Kieran Goss, who has won fans across the globe for his live shows, will be performing at the Ranfurly on July 1 alongside special guest Annie Kinsella.
Kieran will perform the first half of the show solo and will be joined on stage in the second half by harmony singer, Kinsella.
As Time Out Magazine wrote of their performance together: “Individually, they are both gifted singers but when they sing together, magic happens… the harmonies, the chemistry… just sublime.”
Tickets to the event cost £17.50.
Cliff Richard tribute act Chris Fury will perform at the Ranfurly Arts Centre on August 13 with the fantastic Shadowmen. Together they will create the amazing sound of one of Britain’s most iconic stars.
Fury is a guitar virtuoso and Hank Marvin congratulated him on his great talent after appearing in the Waterfront Hall in the show, ‘Do you come here often ’ which featured the great days of the Irish Showbands.
This 21 year old young star has been captivating audiences everywhere he appears, with his great talent. Chris recently appeared on the top music TV show Music Express, on SKY TV.
Traditional music fans are set to flock to Buille’s performance at the Ranfurly on June 18, with tickets priced at £12.
Buille create some of the most exciting and innovative traditional music heard today and feature some of the finest traditional musicians around, led by Armagh born brothers, Niall and Caoimhín Vallely (Concertina / Piano), with Jim Higgins (Bodhrán), Ed Boyd (Guitar), along with a special guest musician for this concert.
Buille was formed in 2004 as a vehicle to perform a body of new music, composed by Niall, which has seen the release of three albums to critical acclaim. The music is based on traditional forms but freely borrows stylistic elements from various genres, including jazz, blues, and contemporary music. The group has toured extensively across Ireland, Europe and the US.