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Welcome I welcome you all to Sligo Live 2012. I hope that you have a wonderful stay in our hometown. Sligo Live is made possible by the enthusiasm and hard work of its board, producers and the numerous volunteers and business partners who contribute time, services and financial support. Sligo Borough Council and Sligo County Council both play their part through funding the festival programme. The festivals and events sector is increasingly recognized as a valuable driver of business and brings thousands of visitors to Sligo which is always a welcome boost to the local economy. The partnership between Sligo Live and Glasgow’s Celtic Connections festival highlights the strong historical links between our two cities and countries. The developing links between the festival and North America are another positive aspect, particularly as 2013 hosts “The Gathering” in Ireland bringing Irish people and friends of Ireland here for a year long celebration of our country. The Festival is all about people discovering the strength and depth of music and culture in Sligo, its beauty, heritage and the great quality of life the city and county has to offer. Have a great weekend. The Mayor of Sligo, Councilor David Cawley, Patron of Sligo Live MAJOR FUNDERS

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Sligo live is produced by Rory O’Connor and Shane Mitchell, Full Moon Productions. Festival board: Damian Devaney (Chairman), Sean Dwyer, Michael Fleming, Philip Flynn, Sile Garrett Haran, Deirdre Healy McGowan, Hubert Keaney, John McCormack, Daniel McGarrigle, Jim McGarry, Marc MacSharry, Mark Mullaney, Marie O’Byrne, Enda Scanlon, John Waters Festival Operations Team: Deirdre Melvin, Charles Kelly, Declan Courell, Mary Roche, Danny Young, Michelle Murphy Sligo Live Advisory Group: Adrian Eames, Tom Conefrey Design: daraghdesign@gmail.com Web Design: Carolin Collins – In Tandem Map: www.johnthemap.co.uk

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WEDNESDAY 24th

The Corrupt Arrivals is a Sligo Live programme strand which introduces emerging Artistes to a wider stage. It is funded by the Bars and Cafes of Sligo and the Arts Council

Sligo Live Fringe encompasses acts booked by the individual establishments and included under the Sligo Live umbrella courtesy of these partners. Sligo is a hotbed of live music with excellent music in its venues virtually every night all year round. Truly Sligo Live 365.

US RADIO BROADCAST WGBH Boston presents “A Celtic Sojourn with Brian O Donovan” One of the USA’s most popular Irish and Roots music radio shows “A Celtic Sojourn” on WGBH in Boston will broadcast a show from Sligo Live 2012. Lookout for the shows roving reporters throughout the festival weekend. Brian O Donovan is a native of Conakilty in Co Cork and is one of America’s most respected roots music radio presenters. As well as being a well know broadcaster, Brian O Donovan is a wellrespected festival producer in the USA, Celtic Sojourn at Sligo Live will be broadcast a number of times on WGBH over the coming months and festival highlights will be distributed throughout America on National Public Radio nationwide.

1.00pm

Institute of Technology, Sligo FREE

Ash Lane

The Corrupt are a Rock band from the west coast of Ireland. They are Michael Gormley - Vocals and Guitar, Sean McCarthy - Lead Guitar, Charlie Long - Bass, Eddie Delaney - Drums. Their music has been described as adrenaline fueled rhythm led by raw infectious guitar riffs; think Foo Fighters meets White Stripes. The Corrupt are currently in Pre-production for their up-coming debut album Dance to your Own Beat with a tour to follow.

The White Gorillas 9.30pm

Fiddlers Creek

Rockwood Parade

FREE

The White Gorillas were formed by members of two cover bands, Whitewater and Gorilla Radio. Their set list contains music from artistes such as Bob Dylan, Paulo Nutini, and Nina Simone right through to Kings of Leon and Led Zeppelin and even the odd nineties dance classic!

Famous Wednesday Session 10.00pm

Shoot the Crows

Market Cross

FREE

A regular weekly informal session of Irish, Gypsy, and European folk music with members of popular local bands, who merge music from their classical, jazz, rock, Catalan and Irish traditional backgrounds into a unique blend of eclectic music.


THURSDAY 25th

THURSDAY 25th

Marianne Green Band 1.00pm The Factory Performance Space Lr Quay Street

Paul Simon Songbook 8.30pm

€7

As a teenager, Marianne Green rediscovered her father’s old vinyl Irish traditional music albums and began a musical journey with appearances all over the world. Her debut album Dear Irish Boy is co-produced by the iconic Andy Irvine. Marianne selected the songs from old books and field recordings and discovered some remarkable material, rarely recorded by contemporary singers. Marianne is especially attracted to the musical gems of Belfast and County Down. She is joined by her band, Magnus Wiik - Guitar & Dobro, Martin O’Hare - Bodhran & bones and Sonnich Lydom - Accordion & harmonica for this lunchtime concert in the atmospheric setting of The Factory.

Source Wine Bar

FREE

John Street

Kieran Quinn’s theme nights have become the stuff of local legend. Kieran and his The Odd Couple sidekicks Eddie Lee and Ken ‘Tonto’ McDonald are the house band backing the cream of Sligo musicians. This latest episode features artistes such as Cathy Jordan, Dave Flynn, Sinead Conway, Aminah Hughes, Seamie McGowan and Joe Hunt interpreting Paul Simon’s rich catalogue. Over the past 40 years, Simon has created a cornucopia of classics and remains one of the most enduringly popular singer/songwriters in musical history.

The Radioactive Grandma 9.00pm

The Swagman

Wine Street

FREE

The Radioactive Grandma are an original alternative 3-piece acoustic driven band from Cavan. Comprising Johno Leader - Acoustic guitar, Peter Donohue - Eelectric guitar and Ben McCarthy - Cajon. They combine energetic alternate rock with a melodic and harmonic indie pop style sound.

Sligo Music Industry Day

Common Tongues

2.00 - 6.30pm The Model

9.30pm

Connaughton Road

€15

(incl. Dinner)

Fureys

Bridge Street

FREE

TOURING - HOW TO GET THE SHOW ON THE ROAD Sligo Music, in association with Sligo Live and The Model, is delighted to present another jam packed Industry event for all levels and backgrounds in the Music Business. Hear from Festival Reps, Agents and Artistes about how best to approach touring in Ireland and abroad. The day will feature workshops and lightening talks to help you plan your next musical venture. Expand your network of music professionals over dinner in the beautiful atrium gallery. The perfect opportunity to hatch travel plans with friends old and new. This is a subsidised event so tickets are just €15 which includes dinner. Tickets may also be bought in person from The Model, or over the phone on 071-914 1405.

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Common Tongues are a rapidly rising 5piece indie band from Brighton. They combine tender and emotive song writing with a passion for experimentation. They mix memorable yet complex melodies with the percussive explosions of Efterklang and Local Natives. They cite Yann Tiersen, Villagers, Radiohead and Brian Wilson as inspiration.

Rocketmen 9.30pm

Fiddlers Creek

Rockwood Parade

FREE

Regular weekly session featuring the ever popular Rocketmen in this bar and restaurant situated on the riverside in the heart of Sligo. A warm welcome, good food and an excellent covers band featuring popular local musicians await all who visit.


THURSDAY 25th

FRIDAY 26th

10.00pm

5.00pm

Traditional Session Trickys McGarrigles FREE

O’Connell Street

This regular weekly session in one of Sligo’s iconic music venues features Cat Melodian led by Alan Pipes and visiting musicians for some cracking tunes.

Ruby Ridge 10.00pm Hargadons O’Connell St

FREE

Sharon Conway’s fusion of catchy songs and melodic voice are marking her out as one of Ireland’s most progressive country rock songwriters. Sharon is not afraid to have fun by adding a touch of rock to the mix and the band’s highly entertaining set includes both originals and classy covers.

FRIDAY 26th

Louise Killeen Koko Latte

It's difficult to nail down this magic voice. Suffice to say, if folk music and pop music got together and produced a love child, it would sound like Louise. "Louise Killeen is a unique Irish woman with a story to tell. On her first album ‘Brilliant Tease’ she tells her story with great honesty, great songs and a sweet production. It is more brilliant than tease, because it delivers." - Luka Bloom

Traditional Session

6.00pm

Hargadons

O’Connell Street

Moxie

12:30pm Cafe Victor

6.00pm

FREE

FREE

Niamh Dunne, Sean Óg Graham and Dave Sheridan Sparkling traditional session featuring three of the brightest lights on the scene. Niamh Dunne - Fiddle/vocals and Sean Óg Graham - Guitar/Accordian tour the world as members of Antrim-based band, Beoga. Dave Sheridan is a fluid and rhythmic flute player, whose albums Drivin’ Leitrim Timber. and Sheridan’s Guesthouse have recieved rave reviews.

The Outoftowners JFK Parade

Fureys

Bridge Street

FREE

The Outoftowners are a songwriter-based band showcasing original songs by Australian born, Sligo based singer and guitarist Ollie Alcorn. Many of Ollie’s songs are drawn from travelling and growth. Their sound is rhythmic and easy on the ear. Ollie’s backed up by two brilliant musicians Jamie Carswell - Bass and Robert Naczas - Harmonica.

Common Tongues 2:30pm

Chapters Coffee House FREE Bridge Street

Common Tongues were formed in 2010 by childhood friends Tom Anderson and Oli Hinkins who shared a passion for songwriting. Andy's gypsy influenced fiddle playing and the dynamic rhythm section of Dan and James, communicates energy and vitality whereever they play. With a sound that lies somewhere between Crosby, Stills and Nash and Arcade Fire. Common Tongues also cite Bon Iver, Local Natives, The Band and Eels as influences.

FREE

Quayside Shopping Centre

Formed during Sligo Live 2011, Moxie are a Sligo and Limerick based band that grew together through years of musical friendships from playing sessions at festivals around Ireland. The band fuses Irish music with jazz and new age bluegrass and other genres.

Live Mic 6.00pm

Trickys McGarrigles

O’Connell Street

FREE

This regular slot gives emerging Sligo musicians who come through McGarrigles’ Tuesday Open Mic sessions the opportunity to play a full gig in this famous music venue. Your chance to catch top new talent on the way up.


FRIDAY 26th

FRIDAY 26th

Triple Bill 8.00pm

Hawk’s Well Theatre

Temple Street

A Hawks Well and Sligo Live co-production

€18

Fidil

Donegal innovators, Fidil, double up with I Draw Slow from Dublin, who have been making waves with their unique, mainly self-written bluegrass/Americana songs. This trio of fiddlers have brought the magical Donegal style into the 21st century. They have forged a reputation for exhilarating and challenging music that draws on the rich heritage of Co. Donegal and its famous unique fiddle style. Fidil are pioneering a truly original, fresh and exciting sound in world music while still managing to maintain and respect the fiery exuberance of Donegal traditional fiddle music.

I Draw Slow I Draw Slow’s brand of indie bluegrass in the Gillian Welch/David Rawlings mode, also bears a stamp all their own. Their finely crafted songs are down to siblings, Dave and Louise Holden. They play with a real sense of joy, never letting their virtuosity get in the way of delivering delicious performances. Their rich blend of Irish/ Americana/Roots with Colin Derham’s haunting claw hammer banjo and Adrian Hart’s forceful fiddle forming a fine backdrop for Louise Holden’s heart-melting vocals. Double bassist, Konrad Liddy and Dave Holden - Guitar add spine tingling harmonies. They offer a unique angle of storytelling without sounding like they tumbled off the Nashville/Appalachian conveyor belt.

John Doyle John Doyle is one of the most influential and important musicians in Irish music today. He was a founding member of Irish American supergroup Solas in the 1990s and recently served as band leader for the Joan Baez band. As a guitarist, he is unparalleled for his harmonic and rhythmic genius. His instrumental prowess contributed to his 2010 GRAMMY nomination for Best Traditional World Music album for his collaboration with fiddler Liz Carroll on Double Play.

The Corrupt 9.00pm

Sligo Tennis Club

Old Bundoran Road

(Alcohol free gig) Tickets €7

(limited availability)

The Corrupt’s music has been described as adrenaline fueled rhythm led by raw infectious guitar riffs. Think Foo Fighters meets White Stripes. They are currently in Pre-production for their up coming debut album Dance to your Own Beat with a tour to follow. Limited availability: avoid disappointment by getting your tickets in advance from Sligo Tennis Club. Under 18s

Sharon Shannon 10.00pm The Garavogue Hyde Bridge

€12

Sharon Shannon has music at her fingertips....literally! The Clare born and now ‘Galway Girl’ has achieved legendary status throughout the world and has made the accordion cool in her home country. Renowned for her collaborations, not just in Irish traditional music, but through all musical genres, Hip-Hop, Cajun, Country, Classical and Rap. Sharon has recorded and toured with a who’s who of the Irish and Global Music Industry, including Bono, Adam Clayton, Sinead O Connor, Jackson Brown, John Prine, Steve Earle, Mark Knopfler, The RTE Orchestra, The Chieftains, The Waterboys, Willie Nelson, Nigel Kennedy, Alison Krauss and Shane MacGowan – a list that is testament to Sharon’s versatility as well as talent. For this, her first Sligo Live appearance, Sharon is joined by her longtime ace guitarist, Jim Murray and Jack Meagher on Electric Guitar, mandolin and backing vocals. Note: This concert is a Garavogue Bar production and is not included in the Sligo Live Weekend Tickets


FRIDAY 26th

FRIDAY 26th

The Blowins in the Wind

Anything Goes

10:00pm Harp Tavern Quay Street

FREE

The Blowins in the Wind comprise genuine vintage Dylan heads - Dr Bob, Bad Bob, Dude Bob, Hair Bob & Wilbury Bob. So, don't think twice: please crawl out your window, knock on heaven's door and we'll open the door homer. You know you ain't going nowhere else we'll make you feel our love... Come meet and groove The Band from the North County

Shakedown

10:00pm

Hargadons

O’Connell Street

FREE

With a hugely varied repertoire ranging from pop and rap covers to jazz standards, from waltzes to Riverdance, Tina Turner, Queen and many rock classics. You name it – they have got it all in their locker. Anything Goes are Sinead Conway, Dave Flynn, Eddie Lee, Ken McDonald and Kieran Quinn, all consummate musicians Anything Goes specialises in original arrangements of classic songs, thrilling innovative medleys and quite simply, world class music you would not expect to hear from a party band. And boy can they party!

10,00pm Fiddlers Creek FREE Rockwood Parade

Le Galaxie

Shakedown are an excellent covers band based in Enniskillen, who play Oasis and other Britpop music on their frequent visits to this lively and sociable bar/restaurant. Followed by DJ Des

10.00pm

DJ Set 10.00pm

McHughs

Grattan Street

FREE

Chart, dance and r’n’b set with DJ BT in this friendly bar noted for its lively fun atmosphere

John L 10.00pm

Foleys

Castle Street

FREE

Foley’s regular Friday nights features John Lenehan’s mix of country and folk accumulated over his musical life with Southern Comfort and numerous other bands

Trickys McGarrigles

O’Connell Street

€8

“…Le Galaxie has come to be – a party starting late-night live dance music band – one of the only of its kind in Ireland…the band have laid waste to festival slots such as Electric Picnic and [their] Forbidden Fruit slot felt like the band cementing their reputation locally as the go-to live dance act.…Now, Le Galaxie have a neon-dripping EP that more closely reflects their sweaty give-all live show.” Nialler9 Note: This concert is a Trickys McGarrigles production and is not included in the Sligo Live Weekend Tickets

Dean Mahon 10.30pm

Kennedys

Rockwood Parade

FREE

Dean Mahon is a dynamic singer/guitarist based in Sligo performing classic hits from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and noughties in his own unique style. Dean is a singer whose versatility and superior vocal ability means he is comfortable singing anything from rock to folk.


FRIDAY 26th

SATURDAY 27th

Wallis Bird

The Junior Fiddler of Dooney Fiddle competition for under 16s

and a host of Festival Artistes 12 Midnight

Doors 10.30pm

Three Stage Festival Club, The Model

Connaughton Road

Wallis Bird makes a welcome return to Sligo Live. The 5’ 2“ bundle of white heat throws herself around the stage with wilful abandon, urging the audience into a rousing sing-along. She can transition seamlessly from the defiant selfaffirming anthems to the most hushed and fragile ballads that captivate an audience into spellbound silence. The Irish artist has paid her dues, shredding her fingers and breaking string after string from the sheer force of playing and putting her entire soul into each performance with a level of energy that makes her an unassailable force of nature, while her band conjures up a lively brew. Anybody who saw Wallis’ 2009 Sligo Live gig will definitely be back and would wholeheartedly recommend this outstanding performer. Sligo Live returns to the Model this year to repeat the exciting and immensely popular new Festival Club filling the full ground floor with three amazing performance spaces. Each night The Black Box will rock to the Club headliners. The Acoustic Stage, will give a flavour of Sligo Live; hosting short sets from artistes who have played other festival venues, and The Session Room will welcome musicians and festival goers whose interests are more traditional. While moving from stage to stage sampling the variety of sounds on offer, clubbers can enjoy the craic at The pop-up Atrium Bar serving wine, cider & beer and Slice Café’s tasty hot food menu.

11.00am The Factory

Lower Quay Street

€5

€15

Sligo Town Branch Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann

Sligo Live is again joining with CCE Sligo Town Branch to host the Fiddler of Dooney. The first of two days of intense competition will see under-16 fiddlers compete for the Junior Fiddler of Dooney title. The competition was inaugurated in 1965 and is one of the oldest and most prestigious instrumental competitions in the tradition. For more than a century there have been strong links between traditional music in Sligo and the U.S.A. To recognise and strengthen this bond The Fiddler of Dooney brings an adjudicator over from America each year. Brian Conway, Liz Carroll, Tony De Marco, Kevin Burke and Maurice Lennon have all filled the role and this year we are privileged to have Boston’s Winnie Horan from supergroup, Solas, and former winner, Liz Kane, judge the competition.

Geraldine Gilmartin 2.00pm

Cafe Fleur

O’Connell Street

FREE

Geraldine Gilmartin is a London Irish singer/songwriter who playfully blends acoustic folk. soul, trad and blues into her original material. She is also a ‘Master of Performance’ having recently graduated from the University of Limerick.

Graham Miley

and The Sunshine Puppets 2:30pm

The Clarence

Wine Street

FREE

Visiting Sligo straight off the set of RTE’s new TV show The Hit, we can see why Miley is featured so heavily. His genre mixing melodies sound fresh, while his raconteur lyrics tell a story that the audience just cannot wait to hear. What is special about Miley is his voice, a truly soulful force with a complexity of tone that only the most accomplished of singers possess.


SATURDAY 27th

SATURDAY 27th

3.00pm

Liz & Yvonne Kane Marit & Rona

The Grizzly Dippers Lyons Cafe

Quay Street

FREE

A Newgrass/Americana foursome from Sligo. Equipped with two guitars, 4-part vocal harmonies, a room filling harmonica and stunning violin; the Dippers have been getting crowds going with some Dixie-fried homegrown music wherever they perform. Definitely a band to track, Jessie, Harry, Tom and Mark know their music.

The Young Folk 3:30pm The Swagman FREE Wine Street

The Young Folk, make a return to Sligo Live by popular demand following an extensive Swedish tour. The name might sound generic, but the band are anything but, fusing traditional instruments and modern musicality and heart stopping harmonies. Ireland’s who’s who are queuing up to endorse their sound. RTE’s Pat Kenny, Cathal Murray and John Creedon, 2FM'S Jenny Houston, Paddy McKenna and Ruth Scott and TV 3's Ireland AM show all featured The Young Folk in 2012.

Billy Fitzgerald 4.00pm

Street Cart

Teeling Street

FREE

"Charismatic and engaging...Billy Fitzgerald blends infectious rock songs with a fantastic voice." - Hot Press. Dusting off old classics, new songs and tunes that have never, ever been heard outside of his bedroom, Billy will be taking you on a musical journey, bound for stupifyinglybrilliantville and making stops at rocktown and misogynismberg.

Saramai and the Swords 4.00pm

Garavogue

Stephen Street

FREE

Saramai has been focused on songwriting and playing live, opening for the likes of Jack L, Grada, Declan O'Rourke, Fionn Regan, Ruthie Foster, Luka Bloom, Kila, The Lost Brothers, and Meteor nominee Valerie Francis, in venues all around the country. Although comparisons to Kate Bush and Tori Amos have been drawn, Saramai has a distinct playing, singing and songwriting style. There are classical twists and hints of darkness throughout unusually structured songs. Saramai was listed in the top 50 releases this year. Watch this space....

4.00pm

Trickys McGarrigles

O’Connell Street

€8

Galway sister act, Liz and Yvonne Kane are two fiddlers from Letterfrack, in Co. Galway, who rose to prominence touring ‘The Diamond Mountain Sessions’ with Sharon Shannon's band The Woodchoppers. Their style of playing is heavily influenced by the South Sligo tradition as well as that of East Galway, particularly the music of the great composer Paddy Fahey, whose tunes are all over their repertoire As one might expect, the two sisters can play very tightly together. Rather than play off each other and making contrasting individual statements on the tunes, they chose to stay close at all times, the result being a powerful and gorgeous unison. Marit Fält and Rona Wilkie won a Danny Kyle Award at Celtic Connections 2012 and Rona was crowned the BBC Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year in the same week. Marit is a hugely dynamic and inventive Låtmandola and cittern player from Norway, of Swedish parents. Together, they bring a new perspective on traditional music from both sides of the North Sea. “beautiful poise, control and expression” Rob Adams, The Herald “Energy, inventiveness and taste!” Ian Carr on Marit “Blending innovation with her West Coast traditional roots, fiddler Rona Wilkie is definitely one to watch this year” Maeve Mackinnon


SATURDAY 27th

SATURDAY 27th

Bluestack Records

Traditional Session

Present 5.00pm

5th on Teeling

Teeling Street

5.30pm €8

Dublin Independent label Bluestack Records have been nurturing new indie talent since 2010. As music fans they were tired of artistes they loved not getting their music played and believed that musicians who treat their music as art and not merely as a commodity should be heard. Bluestack works with promoters, producers, film-makers, photographers, designers, engineers and technicians who are interested in creating something that is original, interesting and can impact and resonate with their audience. Their philosophy is simple; fairness, quality and good taste. Sligo Live is proud to host three of their acts in this new venture.

FREE

Winnifred Horan, Liam Kelly and John Doyle This session is anchored by three outstanding musicians Winnie Horan from the outstanding Irish American Band, Solas, on fiddle, Liam Kelly from Dervish on Flute and ace singer/guitarist John Doyle whose many credits include touring as Joan Baez’s musical director.

The Grizzly Dippers 6.00pm

Si Schoeder Dublin-based Si Schroeder mixes his voice with guitars, samples, acoustic instruments, beats and live drums to create haunting and uplifting melodic songs exploring the darker side of the human condition. A Choice Music Award nominee (for debut album Coping Mechanisms), Si has represented Ireland at Eurosonic, and has appeared on RTE’s The View, Other Voices and was a regular on Donal Dineen’s Small Hours on Today FM.

McHughs

Grattan Street

Fureys

Bridge Street

FREE

An up and coming blues & country foursome featuring Mark Conway on Harmonica/vocals Tom Eaton - Guitar/Banjo/vocals Harry Mercer -Guitar/vocals and Jessie Whitehead Violin/Vocals playing a mix of Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Old Crow Medicine Show alongside their own original material.

Casanova Wave Hailing from Waterford, The Casanova Wave is the creative outlet of Brian McCartan - described by critics as one of Ireland’s finest emerging electronic artists. His debut album Joy of Being resonates with a warm, bright sound and has garnered comparisons to acts as diverse as Fourtet and Sigur Ros.

Christof Van Der Ven Christof, hails from Holland and spent 4 years in Galway learning the tricks of a troubadour. He started off busking and quickly became a popular performer in city venues. He recorded an EP with the former Waterboys bass player Trevor Hutchinson and drummer Dave Hingerty (Josh Ritter, Frames and the Swell Season). He is making waves in the London indie/newfolk scene and has toured with The Staves and Tim O’Brien.

Traditional Session 7.00pm

Shoot The Crows FREE

Market Cross

Shoots is the venue of choice for many traditional musicians visiting Sligo. It hosts regular weekly sessions all year round, but for Sligo Live, Galway guitarist Kevin Hough, London Based young flute maestro, Orlaith McAuliffe, and Leitrim fiddler, Tom Morrow, play a special session.

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SATURDAY 27th

Joan Armatrading 8.00pm

Knocknarea Arena

Sligo Institute of Technology, Ash Lane

€35 Joan is one of the world’s foremost singer songwriters and guitarists and is three times grammy, twice Brit award nominee and Ivor Novello award winner for Outstanding Contemporary Song. Her career spans all musical genres; Pop, Blues, Folk, Reggae and Jazz and in this concert she will showcase with her full band her new album due for release later this year. She will also perform songs from her famous and extensive back catalogue such hits as Love and Affection, Willow and Drop the Pilot. This is an amazing opportunity to see in Sligo one of the world’s greatest artistes who has 19 albums to her credit including countless Gold, Platinum and Silver discs. This legendary musician’s concert will be an unmissable event for her loyal fans and her unique voice and incredible guitar playing will be a revelation for those who have yet to experience the music of one of the most inspirational lyricists ever. Her live performances and communication with the audience make her one of the most sought after performers in music. In an interesting piece of serendipity, in her Desert Island Discs appearance some years ago, she said her favorite song is Madam George from Sunday headliner, Van Morrison’s Astral Weeks Album.

Eoin Glackin

Joan Armatrading, a musical legend and one of the most influential women in rock will headline this Saturday concert in the Knocknarea arena.

Behind Dublin Singer/Songwriter, Eoin Glackin’s cheeky grin and charismatic demeanor is an artiste of substance; passionate about life, Ireland and social injustices. His commentary is delivered with every inch of his being. In last year’s Sligo Live he performed in a cosy coffee shop; this year he will open for Joan Armatrading. We believe his time as a headline act is only around the corner.


SATURDAY 27th

SATURDAY 27th

Three from the Cutting Edge

A Hawks Well and Sligo Live co-production

8.00pm

Hawk’s Well Theatre

Temple Street

€18

Lau “Quite frankly, the best band in the world right now” Channel 4 “Lau are so special” - The Guardian Crowned 'Best Group' for three consecutive years at the BBC Folk Awards, Scottish aces Lau create a cutting edge sound which extends far beyond the roots scene; their seemingly telepathic musical communication pushes their compositions and each other to new heights, creating the perfect foil for Kris's poignant vocal numbers and stage banter. Awardwinning fiddler and composer, Aidan O'Rourke has worked with Blazin’ Fiddles, jazz artist Andy Sheppard, Gaelic singer Alyth McCormack, Eddi Reader and is also a member of KAN. Singer and guitarist, Kris Drever is a well loved performer in his own right. Martin Green is a true maverick, who is in constant demand for his accordion playing and has toured in Eliza Carthy’s, Joan Baez’s and Linda Thompson’s bands.

Buille Buille and friends are set to unleash their new musical extravaganza, Junctions, on Sligo Live. This new project will feature music conceived for a series of concerts in Cork as well as new arrangements of pieces from sources as diverse as Steve Reich and Joe Zawinul. The odd jig and reel might feature as well for some balance The touring cast will include Armagh brothers Niall & Caoimhín Vallely on concertina and piano, Sean Og Graham from Beoga on guitar, former Solas vocalist Karan Casey, Dublin Jazzman Kenneth Edge on saxophone and the incredible dancing of U.S. native Nic Gareiss.

Moxie

Myles Manley - Solo 9.00pm

The Swagman

Wine Street

English-born, Sligo-raised, Dublin-based Myles Manley’s performance is a solo acoustic nightmare-lullaby. Central to the vision of Myles Manley are the confusions and tensions inherent in his Anglo-Irish background, a disgust at the violence underlying the comfort and inertia of the western middle class. Pop music as spirited relief, and all that. Support from This Side Up!

Sugar Rush 9.30pm

Fiddlers Creek

Rockwood Parade

Junctions funded by Arts Council Touring

FREE

Featuring some of the Northwest’s most talented musicians, Sugar Rush is the freshest and most innovative pop band to appear on the Sligo scene for many years! Prepare to bop till you drop with songs from Rhianna, Katy Perry, Jessie J, Take That, Bruno Marz, Lady Ga Ga & all your favourite chart hits! Followed by DJ Des until late.

The Quay Street Band 10.00pm Harp Tavern Lr Quay Street

FREE

An institution in The Harp, where they have been the Saturday night house band for many years, The Quay Street band are Sean Dwyer, Aidan Kerins, Fluky Gorman and Martin McGowan. Their set list of classic folk, country, pop and rock favourites played with style and verve is a real crowd pleaser

Traditional Session 10.00pm Foleys Bar Castle Street

Moxie are Paddy Hazleton (percussion), Joss and Ted Kelly on keys and banjo from Sligo and Cillian Doheny on Guitar and Banjo and Darren Roche on accordion from Limerick; The band fuses Irish music with jazz and new age bluegrass and other genres. Their fresh and exciting melodies with seamless harmonies and intricate rhythms blend into a crisp and vibrant sound.

FREE

FREE

This regular weekly session features remarkable flute player, Seamus Hernon; one of a famous family of talented musicians from Gurteen in South Sligo. His sparring partner, Rodney Lancashire is from Coothill, Co. Cavan and plays bouzouki, Mandolin, banjo and concertina. Expect to see some of their regular collaborators, but they will still welcome more. so don’t be shy about joining in.


SATURDAY 27th

SATURDAY 27th

The Barley Mob 10.30pm Trickys McGarrigles O’Connell Street

€8

The Barley Mob are a Dublin/ Kildare based band fusing upbeat Reggae grooves with raw and honest Irish Soul - Spreading Positive Music for the Soul. Their uplifting and energetic live gigs have led to them becoming one of the most sought after bands on the Irish Music Scene Note: This concert is a

Pokey LaFarge and the South City 3

and a host of Festival Artistes 12 Midnight

Doors 10.30pm

Three Stage Festival Club, The Model

Connaughton Road

€19

Trickys McGarrigles production and is not included in the Sligo Live Weekend Tickets

Off the Hook 10.30pm Kennedys

Rockwood Parade, Sligo

FREE

Formed a year ago and now one of Sligo's busiest cover bands, Off The Hook is Marie Conway on Vocals, Derek O'Hara on Guitar and Vocals, Deco Laing who plays Bass also sings as does Drummer, Daniel O'Hara. Graeme Bourke on Piano/Keys/Synth and Sax completes the line up. They play Rock, Pop, Chart, Country and 80's, 90's, 00's Dance with great energy and enthusiasm, each song having a feel good vibe to keep you smiling, singing and on your feet all night...

Sligo Live returns to the Model this year to repeat the exciting and immensely popular new Festival Club filling the full ground floor with three amazing performance spaces.

DJ Set 10.30pm McHughs

Grattan Street

Pokey LaFarge and the South City 3’s unique brand of American roots music and incendiary live performances have captured the hearts of audiences all over the globe. After appearing on Jools Holland and fresh from a sell-out UK and European tour, it quickly became apparent that these St Louis goodtime boys are on a one-way ticket to the mainstream.

FREE

A massive mix of all your favourite tunes ‘till late with DJs Tommy and Sean

Each night The Black Box will rock to the Club headliners. The Acoustic Stage, will give a flavour of Sligo Live; hosting short sets from artistes who have played other festival venues, and The Session Room will welcome musicians and festival goers whose interests are more traditional. While moving from stage to stage sampling the variety of sounds on offer, clubbers can enjoy the craic at The pop-up Atrium Bar serving wine, cider & beer and Slice Café’s tasty hot food menu.


SUNDAY 28th

SUNDAY 28th LONDON

London Calling Traditional Session 1.00pm

Harp Tavern

Quay Street

CALLING

FREE

London Calling Concert 4.00pm

Sligo Live’s celebration of London Irish music kicks off with a Session anchored by London born musicians led by Tommy McCarthy (Fiddle). Tommy will be joined by many noted musicians who spent time in the musical meccas of the Holloway Road, Camden Town and Fulham.

The Swan Room, The Glasshouse Hotel

Hyde Bridge

€10

Roger Sherlock Sligo Live is immensely proud to host a native son who became one of the most influential people in traditional music. Flute player, Roger Sherlock was born in 1932 near Gurteen on the Sligo/Mayo border. He emigrated to London in 1953 and became one of the leading figures in London Irish music. Few musicians speak about their London experiences without warmly reminiscing about Roger Sherlock and his generosity in helping and encouraging other musicians.

The Fiddler of Dooney

This concert features London-born musicians, including John and James Carty, Mick O’Connor, Tommy, Jacqueline, Bernadette and Marion McCarthy, who grew up in the world created by Roger and his contemporaries

2.00pm

London in the 1950s, 60s, 70s and 80s was a vital venue for Irish-music-in-exile, playing host to musicians such as Michael Gorman, Margaret Barry, Bobby Casey, Jimmy Power, Willie Clancy, Lucy Farr, Julia Clifford, Paddy Taylor, Raymond Roland, Vincent Griffin, Sean McGuire, Liam Farrell, and Brendan McGlinchey .

Fiddle competition

The Factory

Lower Quay Street

€5 Sligo Town Branch Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann

Sligo Live and CCE Sligo Town Branch host the Fiddler of Dooney inspired by the W B Yeats poem of the same name. Today’s competition is the turn of the Senior (over 16s) players. The competition was inaugurated in 1965 and is one of the oldest and most prestigious instrumental competitions in the tradition. The roll of previous winners reads like a who’s who of traditional fiddling and includes Matt Cranitch, Cathal Hayden, Liz Kane, Paddy Glacken, Seamus and Manus McGuire. Competitors are the top young fiddlers from all over the country and overseas and the standard of playing is a joy to behold. Competitors need not be tied to any rigid formula or to play in a Sligo style, although Sligo Live celebrates the Sligo style with its infectious lift. Full information and an entry form is provided on www.sligolive.ie (download the form) or on Sligo Town Branch’s website

Roger Sherlock recorded with Kit O’Connor, Sean McGuire and Josephine Keegan and ‘Memories Of Sligo’ with Mary Conroy. He was featured on the TV documentary and CD. ‘Bringing It All Back Home’, playing with Bobby Casey and John Bowe. Roger was also the subject of a Se Mo Laoch documentary for TG4. He returned to Ireland in 1996 to live in Bettystown, Co. Meath. In 2009 he received the prestigious TG4 Hall of Fame Award.

London Calling - Traditional Session 9.00pm

The Snug

Stephen Street Car Park

FREE

James Carty, Declan Folan and Mick O’Connor James Carty - flute is from a north Roscommon family and was born and lives in London. James plays with At The Racket. Mick O’Connor is a banjo player based in London where he plays and teaches. He was a member of the renowned Thatch Ceili Band and his playing is highly rated by many. Declan Folan is from South Sligo and plays fiddle in a beautiful Sligo style. Declan spent some years in London and cites the experience as being very influential on his music.


SUNDAY 28th

SUNDAY 28th

Laura Conway

Hologram

2.00pm

Lily's Café

Hyde Bridge

FREE

4.00pm

Laura is a Sligo Songwriter/ Producer/ Multiinstrumentalist whose recent abode has been the Musicians Institute on Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles. She is at home writing symphonies and concertos but her first love is glorious Pop Music.

Music Generation in Sligo-Young Composer 2-5.00pm The Model

Connaughton Road

FREE

Music Generation Sligo Opens the Door to composition and creating music in workshops as part of Sligo Live Festival. An Introduction to Composition will be hosted by newly appointed Composer in Residence Brian Irvine...and your new music piece will be performed that very day. Visit www.musicgenerationsligo.com to register for your space. Music Generation Sligo is a music education service for children and young people in County Sligo.

Rackhouse Pilfer 2.45pm

The Glasshouse Hotel

Hyde Bridge

FREE

A high-octane six-piece Bluegrass and American Roots band. They perform their own unique take on songs from Bruce Springsteen, Ryan Adams, Gillian Welch, Steve Earl and John Hiatt as well as traditional Bluegrass songs and originals. each of the six members sing and there are big harmonies. Line up and instrumentation is Leon Mooney acoustic guitar, harmonica and vocals, Willie Kelly-acoustic guitar, drums and vocals, Les Jones mandolin and vocals, Fiachra Cunningham - fiddle, slide guitar and vocals, Mark Conway - banjo, acoustic guitar and vocals and Duane Gallagher - upright bass and vocals.

FREE

Hologram is a new and exciting band from Belfast fronted by talented singer songwriter Paul Shevlin who recently won the under 19s Brit Awards competition 'Next Brit Thing'. Hologram describe themselves as "piano pop with a kick ". Catchy guitar hooks, soaring harmonies and a big sound are prevalent.

Daithí 5.00pm

Want to be a Composer? Want to write music and get the world performing?

Garavogue

Stephen Street

5th on Teeling Teeling Street

FREE

Daithí uses loopstations, kaoss Pads, synthesizers and drum machines to create a unique and exceptional sound all centered around the Fiddle. Some people call it post trad, others say it is Indie traditional electro math rock looped with a twist, whatever the genre the end result is energetic, loud and a damn good time

Dean Martin Tribute Show 8.00pm

Fiddlers Creek

Stephen Street, Sligo

FREE

Adrian Cullen brings to Fiddlers all the hits of the late great Dean Martin in his one man show. Followed by DJ Des ‘till late


SUNDAY 28th

Van Morrison 8.00pm

Knocknarea Arena

Sligo Institute of Technology, Ash Lane

€47.50

LYRICS AND POETRY: EMPHASIS ON WORDS This new set by Van Morrison will include many of his more lyrical and autobiographical songs from Astral Weeks; No Guru, No Method, No Teacher; Hymns to the Silence and other albums. He will be accompanied by his daughter, Singer/Songwriter, Shana Morrison and a rhythm section comprising Dave Keary – guitar; Paul Moran – keyboards; Paul Moore – bass and Jeff Lardner – drums. In the show, some of Van’s most lyrical songs will be interspersed with readings of his poetry and that of some of his favourite poets, particularly Yeats and Blake.

This new departure sees Van Morrison explore his repertoire in a fresh and innovative manner. In many of his recent performances, he interprets his forty album back catalogue; one of rock music’s richest, in different ways. Van will share with audiences some of the autobiographical and literary influences in his songs, giving a glimpse of Van’s humanity and warmth behind his noted reserve. At their best Van Morrison’s live performances are regarded as transcendental and inspired and over the years many of his recordings have been widely viewed among the greatest ever made, with several included in ‘best album lists’. Since his international breakthrough with Them in 1964, Van the Man has carved out a career as one of the most respected and influential artistes in popular music. Van Morrison has been awarded many prestigious accolades over the years including Grammys and Brit Awards, an OBE; French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres; and being inducted into the Hall of Fame; - the list is endless. Perhaps the ultimate achievement for a Northern Irish East Belfast boy was the selection of his song ‘Days Like This’ as the anthem of the Northern Irish Peace Process.


SUNDAY 28th

SUNDAY 28th

Bell X1 8.00pm

Hawk’s Well Theatre

Temple Street

A Hawks Well and Sligo Live co-production

€28/25

(Students)

The Bonny Men Teaspach 10.00pm The Model

€12

(including admission to Festival Club)

Connaughton Road

The Bonny Men

These Dublin natives have dropped right into the heart of the traditional music scene in Ireland. This promising young band have emerged as one the most talked about acts and with the recent release of their self entitled debut album are quickly establishing themselves as one of the main acts in the trad/folk scene. This octet include fiddle, bodhrán, piano, uileann pipes, bouzouki, flute, guitar and powerful vocals that are unforgettable once heard.

Teaspach

This young traditional music group represent our hometown Sligo and are the proud winners of the prestigious Siamsa Gael Linn 2012 where they played at the Grand Finale concert in the National Concert Hall. This inspiring young act play with such ease creating a unique sound that fuses together the very roots of traditional Irish music with a young fresh exhilarating sound.

Renowned for their wide range of styles, powerful live performances, intelligent and witty lyrics and a dedication to touring. The band is returning to Sligo Live for the first time since the excitement of their sold out appearance at the very first Sligo Live in 2005. This is a special, not to be missed acoustic show. In July 2012 Field Recordings was released which features 21 songs and photography from the road, from the band’s acoustic tour of North America & Europe in late 2010. We are delighted to welcome this exciting band back to Sligo for what promises to be a great gig.

Traditional Session 10.00pm Foleys

Grattan Street

FREE

Ted Kelly, Cillian Doheny, Joss Kelly Three of the brightest emerging traditional stars, Ted Kelly on Banjo, Cillian Doheny on Guitar and Accordion player Joss Kelly will get this well known session pub hoppin’. They are all noted for their fresh and innovative fusion of trad and other musical genres, while remaining true to the spirit and integrity of the music


SUNDAY 28th

SUNDAY 28th

Live & Late

The Quakers

10.00pm

10.00pm The Swagman

5th on Teeling

Teeling Street

€8

O’Connell Street

FREE

Japanese Pop Stars Internationally renowned for their cutting edge dance music, Japanese Pop Stars have gained a strong reputation as a live act and have played Fuji Rock in Japan, Oxegen, Glastonbury, Bennicassim, Bestival and Electric Picnic.

This Side Up This Side Up is an all-original Hip-Hop group hailing from the badlands of Sligo. They rock funky fresh west coast (of Ireland) rhymes over head-nodding homemade beats. From the true hip hoppers to the converted sceptics everybody enjoys watching This Side Up raise the roof!

Ragamuffins

The Duggan Brothers & Lisa Stanley Lr. Quay Street

Sugar Rush 10.30pm Kennedys

The Raggamuffins are an energetic six-piece reggae band based in Donegal. Having formed in 2012, they have already taken the northwest by storm and can also be spotted skulking around foreign ghettos with fellow raggamuffins of similar flavours. Fronted by singers Fiona Maria Fitzpatrick and Roisin Atcheson, the band also features drums, percussion, bass, guitars and the occasional brass section. Be warned, dancing is compulsory.

10.00pm Harp Tavern

A fresh new band from south County Sligo, who bend music genres to their own liking; Folk Rock, Country Rock and Rockabilly. They recently finished recording their first EP ‘Hear my Call’. The Quakers are: Sean Wynne - Vocals, Banjo, Mandolin Brian Martin Drums, Vocals Gavin McGuire - Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals Fergal Gallagher - Bass, Double Bass, Violin, Vocals

FREE

Ian and Joss Duggan, two of the four brothers who created a splash in the seventies with the legendary Duggan Brothers, later to become Brotherly Love, team up with top country singer, Lisa Stanley for a night of good music, old and new.

High M.A.S.S. 10.00pm Trickys McGarrigles FREE O’Connell Street

Tricky’s upstairs will rock to the phenomonem that is Sunday MASS. Its almost 3 years since the group of musicians of all genres, rock, Trad, Jazz and Classical,came together as a musicians social club to informally meet,share ideas and jam together. They have been packing the pub every Sunday since with their catchy dance and disco covers, funk and upbeat reggae jams.

Rockwood Parade

FREE

Featuring some of the Northwest’s most talented musicians, Sugar Rush is the freshest and most innovative pop band to appear on the Sligo scene for many years! Prepare to bop till you drop with songs from Rhianna, Katy Perry, Jessie J, Take That, Bruno Marz, Lady Ga Ga & all your favourite chart hits!

Glenn Cal 10.30pm McHughs

Grattan Street

FREE

A late night with Glenn Cal live upstairs and Legendary DJ Scruffy Duffy downstairs rockin’ the house With a clever mix of tastefully chosen covers and original material Glenn Cal is making a name for himself gigging extensively, playing festivals such as Electric Picnic and Oxegen, and supporting acts including Westlife, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Declan O'Rourke and Jamie Lawson.


SUNDAY 28th

MONDAY 29th

Mánran

Traditional Session 1.00pm

and a host of Festival Artistes 12 Midnight

Doors 10.30pm

Three Stage Festival Club, The Model

Connaughton Road

€10

Kennedys

Rockwood Parade

FREE

Maitiú Ó Casaide Turlough Chambers Barry Lyons A vibrant session showcasing three of the top emerging musicians in Irish Music. Maitiú Ó Casaide is a young uilleann piper from the famous Dublin musical family, 'Na Casaidigh'. Turlough Chambers’ unique fiddle style has won him many medals in competitions such as Siansa and the All-Ireland Fleadh. Barry Lyons, on guitar, also from Dublin has toured the world with many acts including the Rhythm of the Dance. He studied Irish Music Performance at the University of Limerick.

Wayne O’ Connor 1.00pm

Osta

Stephen Street

FREE

A true artist with influences from all areas from alternative to rock to country and more. Wayne’s effortless style has won admirers for his strong vocals, smart lyrics and entertaining stage presence. He is also currently the lead singer of Sligo Rockabilly band, The Red Hots

Rackhouse Pilfer Mànran are the hottest new band on the Scottish music scene. Combining driving accordion, fiddle, Highland pipes, Uilleann pipes and flute with powerful songs in English and Gaelic, all underpinned by rocking drums and bass. Mànran; the fresh, unstoppable sound of modern Gaelic Scotland; have been dazzling crowds and critics at festivals throughout Europe including Cambridge, Tonder and Celtic Connections. We defy anybody not to dance to Mánran’s Scots Gaelic trad/rock fusion. Sligo Live returns to the Model this year to repeat the exciting and immensely popular new Festival Club filling the full ground floor with three amazing performance spaces. Each night The Black Box will rock to the Club headliners. The Acoustic Stage, will give a flavour of Sligo Live; hosting short sets from artistes who have played other festival venues, and The Session Room will welcome musicians and festival goers whose interests are more traditional. While moving from stage to stage sampling the variety of sounds on offer, clubbers can enjoy the craic at The pop-up Atrium Bar serving wine, cider & beer and Slice Café’s tasty hot food menu.

3.00pm

The Snug

Stephen Street Car Park

FREE

Rackhouse Pilfer are a high octane six piece Bluegrass and American Roots band. They perform their own unique take on songs from artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Ryan Adams, Gillian Welch, Steve Earl and John Hiatt as well as performing plenty of traditional Bluegrass songs and originals. All the six members of the band sing and there are big harmonies. Their varied tastes have given The Rackhouse boys their melting pot sound and energy for live shows.

London Calling - Traditional Session 5.00pm

Fiddlers Creek

Rockwood Parade

FREE

Wrap up session in Fiddlers Creek Restaurant, Rockwood Parade Sligo, anchored by Tommy McCarthy - fiddle, Shane Mitchell and Mick O’Connor. This is where all the festival personnel and many of the artistes go to wind down after a hectic weekend


MONDAY 29th

Traditional Session 10.00pm Harp Tavern Quay Street

FREE

Kevin O'Brien - Accordion Harry McGowan – Flute, Sean Dwyer – Guitar Former Shaskeen member, Kevin O Brien, one of the region’s finest accordion players, will be joined by legendary flute player Harry Mc Gowan from Achonry. They will be accompanied by proprietor Sean Dwyer on guitar. This ensemble can be heard every Monday night at the Harp for one of Sligo's longest running and most enjoyable Irish music nights

Rackhouse Pilfer 10.00pm Trickys McGarrigles FREE O’Connell Street

Rackhouse Pilfer are a high octane six piece Bluegrass and American Roots band. They perform their own unique take on songs from artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Ryan Adams, Gillian Welch, Steve Earl and John Hiatt as well as performing plenty of traditional Bluegrass songs and originals. All the six members of the band sing and there are big harmonies. Their varied tastes have given The Rackhouse boys their melting pot sound and energy for live shows.

John L 10.00pm Foleys

Castle Street

FREE

A Relaxed ending to Sligo Live features singer/guitarist John Lenehan’s interpretations of country and folk classics in this well-known music pub.

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The full bumper packed festival programme is now available to download. Ireland's roots, folk and indie festival returns for an 8th edition....

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The full bumper packed festival programme is now available to download. Ireland's roots, folk and indie festival returns for an 8th edition....

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