Live Music with Ceabhar
Ceabhar rarely play a tune, or sing a song without first telling a story of how they found it, and come to be playing it, and what it is about. They also very much like the audience to clap, or sing along, and enjoy an evening of genuine Celtic music and humour.
Norrie McGregor, from the town of Greenock, in the West of Scotland, now living in Northern Denmark, has been playing Celtic folk music for more than 40 years. Apart from contributing to Ceabhar with his flowing silver locks, his main instruments are guitar and vocal, but also mandolin, bodhran and humour.
Rasmus Gollin, from the village of Sorring, in the centre of Denmark, now living in Northern Denmark, has been playing Celtic folk music for circa 7 years. Rasmus contributes to Ceabhar with his beautiful dark hair, he also plays whistle, mandolin and banjo. He is at the moment learning to play harp, and hopes to bring it on stage soon.
At a glance
- From: 13th July 2017 09:00 pm
- At: The Alehouse
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