Concerts in Killarney
Paddy The Show
01 October 2016
International multi-award winning singer Tommy Fleming takes to the stage for his first major acting role in a brand new original drama/musical entitled Paddy. This must-see show - co-written by Tommy Fleming alongside singer/songwriter Gerry Carney and Tommy Marren tells the story of Patrick Murphy who emigrates to England to start a new life on the building sites of London. With a gripping storyline that is set in both Ireland and England over a 25-year period - alongside 13 original songs - Paddy promises to be a unique night of stunning drama and spectacular music.
08 October 2016
Red Hurley is acknowledged throughout Ireland and across the world as one of the finest singers of his generation. Appealing to all ages, musical tastes and cultures, he has moved audiences with his distinctive brand of satin smooth vocal magic. Red Hurley delivers song after song each more haunting than the next. Be it a cover version or his own original material, Red Hurley makes each one his own.
21 October 2016
Dickie Rock is one of Ireland s most loved and recognised singers. He has been performing and packing out venues throughout Ireland and Europe for over fifty years and is still going as strong as ever! Don t miss your chance to see Dickie Rock Live at The Gleneagle Hotel Ballroom performing his classic hits!
30 October 2016
With defining hits such as Crazy World, This Is and She s So Beautiful, Aslan have firmly established their place in Irish rock history. Fronted by the enigmatic Christy Dignam, the band crashed onto the Irish music scene in 1986 with the release of debut single This Is, and quickly followed Please Don't Go and Loving Me Lately the same year.
18 November 2016
Is This The Way To Amarillo, written by Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield, was a hit in almost every country in the world, achieving sales in excess of 4 million records and topping the Spanish charts for almost 6 months. Further hits followed with Avenues and Alleyways from the T.V. series The Protectors and more recently the film Love, Honour and Obey. A collaboration with songwriter Geoff Stevens brought another chart hit with the song Drive Safely Darling. Tony Christie was born Anthony Fitzgerald on Easter Sunday April 25th 1943 in Conisbrough, South Yorkshire. At the age of 17 he began working as part of a duo called the Grant Brothers performing Everley Brothers and Roy Orbison songs. He then fronted numerous bands, releasing his first single with the Trackers called Life s Too Good To Waste in 1966. However, it was the use of Is This The Way To Amarillo in Peter Kay s Phoenix Nights which brought Tony to a whole new audience of young fans and afforded him cult status. Tony was also asked to record the theme tune to Peter s new spin-off series Max & Paddy. After the release of a TV-advertised Definitive Collection album and a huge sell out tour. This included 4 brand new, previously unreleased songs, as well as 17 of Tony s hits and favourite album recordings. Is This The Way To Amarillo, re-released in 2005 became the top selling single of 2005 and was nominated as a Brit Award Best Single. Tony Christie is an entertainer in every sense of the word, wooing crowds from Glastonbury to Germany and he continues to enthral audiences with his amazing voice and extensive catalogue of readily recognisable favourite songs.
The High Kings
09 December 2016
The High Kings are the true heirs of Ireland s folk heritage, and feature the multi-talented Finbarr Clancy, Brian Dunphy, Martin Furey and Darren Holden. From their inception in 2008, it was clear that these individuals were more than capable of making a very special new collective sound, as well as giving Ireland s most loved folk ballads a brand new contemporary makeover. Now approaching their tenth anniversary, THE HIGH KINGS are considered to be one of the finest live exponents of Irish Folk and Ballad music, and have performed to sell-out audiences in the USA,UK, Germany and of course their native Ireland. THE HIGH KINGS grew up in households soaked in the Irish Musical Tradition and each member of the band witnessed first hand the power of well crafter Irish music on an audience. To date the band have released three studio albums and two live collections, with 2016 earmarked for a new studio album and a global release in early Summer. During their high-octane live sets, fans can expect to hear all the popular live favourites from their vast collection of songs from the treasured heritage that it Irish Folk Music. Audience participation is always a must!
28 December 2016
In 2014, The Coronas moved to London. Which matters because, as anyone in Ireland will tell you, The Coronas are a Dublin band. At home, the quartet could hardly be bigger. Their three albums to date are double platinum; their second, 2009s magnificently-titled Tony Was An Ex-Con, beat U2 and Snow Patrol to Best Album at the Meteor Awards. They have sold out everywhere from Dublin s 13,000-capacity 02 Arena to The Olympia Theatre, where they played a record-breaking six night run, and supported Sir Paul McCartney, The Script, Justin Timberlake and Pink on a full UK tour. The band have just released What A Love, the sixth and final single to be taken from The Long Way, which was written and recorded in London by the band. A late addition, What A Love was added to the final track listing just days before the album was finished. In a first for the band, The Coronas also released their platinum selling album The Long Way, on limited edition 12 vinyl last month.
Nathan Carter Newy Years Eve
31 December 2016
Nathan Carter is the brightest young star to hit Ireland in recent years. Nathan was born in Liverpool in 1990 and grew up in a family with strong Irish roots. Nathan was born to perform and at the tender age of four he began to learn to play the accordion, in a few short years he went on to become the head chorister in the Liverpool Boys Choir, touring the world and even singing for the Pope. He made regular trips to Ireland to compete in Fleadh Ceoil s and resulted in medals for the accordion and for singing. This resulted him in becoming a member of the Liverpool Ceili band where he played the accordion and piano and in no time at all he began to play solo gigs in London and Liverpool along with the occasional show in Ireland. On a trip to Donegal in 2009 he met up with songwriter John Farry, who was hugely impressed with Nathan s ability and in a few short months his dream of performing with his own band became a reality. Since then Nathan has recorded 3 albums with a 4th of the way, won 18 awards at ceremonies in Ulster, Leinster, Munster and Connaught. He is packing out venues and ballrooms all across Ireland and has become one of the must see Irish acts. Do not miss your opportunity to see Nathan Carter Live!!!
21 January 2017
Brendan Grace is one of the most loved Irish comedians and singers. He is known for his comedy schoolboy character Bottler, the role of Murphy in the 1995 movie Moondance, and his 1996 appearance in the Irish TV sitcom Father Ted as Father Fintan Stack. His 1975 song, Combine Harvester, hit number one in Ireland, and the song would later become a U.K. number one hit for The Wurzels in 1976.
28 January 2017
Mike Denver first Professional gig was in The Park House Hotel, Edgeworthstown on Saturday 11th January 2003 with his full band. This was not a full house but boy, has he moved forward since then. His first Album was recorded in early 2003 Wings to Fly which included tracks You re my Best Friend , Johnny Cash s Cry Cry Cry and It s a Dream Come Through This Album was recorded in Tony Maher s Studio in Headford and also featured base Guitarist Frankie Colohan. To date, Mike has recorded 11 Albums namely Wings to Fly Love to live , Messenger Boy , Christmas Country , Galway Boy , Seasons in the Sun,Got a Funny Feeling,