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May 2020
€10.00
09May
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap,CorkIreland

Ian Prowse

Connolly’s of Leap presents… Ian Prowse May 9th, 2020 Tickets on sale NOW ____________________________ Ian Prowse is a singer/songwriter who wears his heart on his sleeve and writes straight from the cuff. ‘Here I Lie’ is an album of songs that tackle life, love, loss, death and the streets he walks. Produced by Tony Kiley, recorded with 20 musicians and released . on Kitchen Disco Records, his third solo outing is an album of tight words, beautiful arrangements and a Celtic influence synonymous with the unique sound of Liverpool. This is a majestic piece of work that reaches into the past to teach us something about today. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsWFYucvrVw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L654O4n4_Po

September 2020
04September

David Keenan : SOLD OUT

Connolly’s of Leap presents : David Keenan 4th September, 2020 Tickets on sale NOW : SOLD OUT David Keenan is back at Connolly’s of Leap for a very intimate show on Friday, September 4th. When David Keenan puts pen to paper, and then sets those words to music, the everyday becomes the extraordinary. Take Barrack Street in his hometown of Dundalk. It’s an unremarkable little place, rows of terraced houses lining either side. Its pair of pubs have closed now, to be redeveloped into the inevitable flats. It’s the kind of street where nothing ever happens. But not in the imagination of David Keenan. His Barrack Street, he sings in Good Old Days, is a place where the events of domestic life become a fairy story, “where the sailors all come in to greet their families”, where people gather in “the picture house where the navies and the banshees roam”. It’s a place, like his music, where past and present and future come together in a reverie of truth, poetry and fantasy. If you want your singer-songwriters to be relatable and blokey, David Keenan is not the man for you. If you want them to have the epic sweep of Van Morrison, the high notes of Tim Buckley, and the soul of Samuel Beckett, then he very much is. David Keenan makes music that floats, where his words – not plain-spoken, but wandering and questing – are woven into music that can be urgent or solemn or joyful as the song demands.

05September

DAVID KEENAN : EARLY SHOW

Connolly’s of Leap presents : David Keenan 5th September, 2020 Tickets on sale NOW : PURCHASE TICKETS HERE David Keenan is back at Connolly’s of Leap for a very intimate show on Saturday, September 5th. When David Keenan puts pen to paper, and then sets those words to music, the everyday becomes the extraordinary. Take Barrack Street in his hometown of Dundalk. It’s an unremarkable little place, rows of terraced houses lining either side. Its pair of pubs have closed now, to be redeveloped into the inevitable flats. It’s the kind of street where nothing ever happens. But not in the imagination of David Keenan. His Barrack Street, he sings in Good Old Days, is a place where the events of domestic life become a fairy story, “where the sailors all come in to greet their families”, where people gather in “the picture house where the navies and the banshees roam”. It’s a place, like his music, where past and present and future come together in a reverie of truth, poetry and fantasy. If you want your singer-songwriters to be relatable and blokey, David Keenan is not the man for you. If you want them to have the epic sweep of Van Morrison, the high notes of Tim Buckley, and the soul of Samuel Beckett, then he very much is. David Keenan makes music that floats, where his words – not plain-spoken, but wandering and questing – are woven into music that can be urgent or solemn or joyful as the song demands.

05September

DAVID KEENAN : EVENING SHOW

Connolly’s of Leap presents : David Keenan 5th September, 2020 Tickets on sale NOW : PURCHASE TICKETS HERE David Keenan is back at Connolly’s of Leap for a very intimate show on Saturday, September 5th. When David Keenan puts pen to paper, and then sets those words to music, the everyday becomes the extraordinary. Take Barrack Street in his hometown of Dundalk. It’s an unremarkable little place, rows of terraced houses lining either side. Its pair of pubs have closed now, to be redeveloped into the inevitable flats. It’s the kind of street where nothing ever happens. But not in the imagination of David Keenan. His Barrack Street, he sings in Good Old Days, is a place where the events of domestic life become a fairy story, “where the sailors all come in to greet their families”, where people gather in “the picture house where the navies and the banshees roam”. It’s a place, like his music, where past and present and future come together in a reverie of truth, poetry and fantasy. If you want your singer-songwriters to be relatable and blokey, David Keenan is not the man for you. If you want them to have the epic sweep of Van Morrison, the high notes of Tim Buckley, and the soul of Samuel Beckett, then he very much is. David Keenan makes music that floats, where his words – not plain-spoken, but wandering and questing – are woven into music that can be urgent or solemn or joyful as the song demands.

12September

RÓNÁN Ó SNODAIGH : EARLY SHOW

Connolly’s of Leap presents : Rónan Ó Snodaigh – EARLY SHOW 12th September, 2020 Doors 4:30pm Tickets on sale NOW : Purchase tickets here.. … We are delighted to add a second show with Rónán under the hammers at Connolly’s. Rónán has toured extensively throughout his career with Dead Can Dance, Kíla and as a solo artist. His solo show offers a unique mix of singer song writer with a strong emphasis on rhythm, and songs intertwining of Irish and English languages. His set is made up of all self-composed songs bringing traditional Irish into the contemporary and takes the audience on a journey that crosses eras, nations, and musical inspirations.

12September

RÓNÁN Ó SNODAIGH

Connolly’s of Leap presents : Rónan Ó Snodaigh 12th September, 2020 Tickets on sale NOW : Purchase tickets here..   …   Rónán has toured extensively throughout his career with Dead Can Dance, Kíla and as a solo artist. His solo show offers a unique mix of singer song writer with a strong emphasis on rhythm, and songs intertwining of Irish and English languages. His set is made up of all self-composed songs bringing traditional Irish into the contemporary and takes the audience on a journey that crosses eras, nations, and musical inspirations.

18September
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap,CorkIreland

JUNIOR BROTHER – EARLY SHOW

Connolly’s of Leap presents : Junior Brother – EARLY SHOW 18th September, 2020 Doors 4:30pm Tickets on sale NOW : PURCHASE TICKETS HERE Junior Brother has built a rabid following thanks to unmissable live shows, and music both excitingly forward-looking and anciently evocative. His strange stories unfold with reckless abandon upon an idiosyncratic Guitar and Foot Tambourine accompaniment, influenced as much by the avant-garde as music from the middle ages and his home place in rural Ireland.

18September

JUNIOR BROTHER – SOLD OUT

Connolly’s of Leap presents : Junior Brother 18th September, 2020 Tickets on sale NOW : NOW SOLD OUT Junior Brother has built a rabid following thanks to unmissable live shows, and music both excitingly forward-looking and anciently evocative. His strange stories unfold with reckless abandon upon an idiosyncratic Guitar and Foot Tambourine accompaniment, influenced as much by the avant-garde as music from the middle ages and his home place in rural Ireland.

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