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September 2019
€15.00
20September
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap,CorkIreland

Sing Along Social x Bon Voyage at Connolly’s

Connolly’s of Leap presents an event like no other… Sing Along Social & Bon Voyage are bringing to you a one of a kind experience here at Connolly’s of Leap. September 20th :: 6pm till 1am Music from 9pm – €15.00 ______________________________________ ” Guilty Pleasure Pop ” evening hosted by the wonderful Aoife McElwain from Sing Along Social. Anything from Peter Andre to ABBA! Bon Voyage will finish off the night with their iconic Acid House set under the hammers. To say we are excited about this is a total understatement!

€10.00
21September
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap,CorkIreland

Songwriters on Tap

“Songwriters On Tap Presents” An Unplugged Evening With Singer-Songwriters’ Naimee Coleman, Annmarie Cullen (Saucy Monky), Cynthia Catania (Saucy Monky) and Sylvie Lewis at Connolly’s of Leap Saturday, September 21st – 2019 Doors : 8pm Admission – €10 + booking fee ___________________________________________________ Dublin, Ireland – (June 13, 2019) – Songbirds Annmarie Cullen, Cynthia Catania, Naimee Coleman, and Sylvie Lewis formed a bond and lifelong friendships while living in Los Angeles, California. Annmarie and Cynthia were enjoying Network TV and Film placement success with their Indie Pop band Saucy Monky, as well as frequent tours to Ireland and Central Europe, where they performed with their heroes on the stages of Oxegen Festival (Wilco, Pink, PJ Harvey, The Cure), The Colours Festival (Marianne Faithful, Gipsy Kings). They were also on the 02 In The Park bill with Girls Aloud and Westlife. Naimee was recording a solo album, shortly after charting with Aurora and performing their hit collaboration “Ordinary World” on Top Of The Pops. Sylvie graduated from the renowned Berklee School Of Music in Boston, signed her first record deal and landed a song placement in Grey´s Anatomy. Marriage and/or motherhood have scattered the girls around the world, but they are pleased to announce their second “in the round” songwriters circle (dubbed “Songwriters On Tap”) coming up at The Roisin Dubh in Galway on Thursday, September 19th, The DC Music Club in Dublin on Friday, September 20th, and Connolly´s of Leap in West Cork on Saturday, September 21st. Akin to their first tour of Ireland in 2017, the shows will be all-acoustic affairs with everyone on stage together “in-the-round-style,” with banter, stories, and harmonies to boot! Special guest Adam Marcello (Katy Perry, American Idoland Saucy Monky) will be sitting in on percussion for the Dublin and West Cork shows. Fans of Saucy Monky…

€22.00
22September
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap,CorkIreland

Glasshouse presents Holocene: the music of Bon Iver

Glasshouse: Holocene The Music of Bon Iver Festival favourites Glasshouse present their highly acclaimed arrangement of Bon Iver’s exemplary albums For Emma, Forever Ago and Bon Iver. Join us at Connolly’s of Leap for an uproarious evening, with rousing performances of these very special songs. Featuring an 16-person ensemble with choral accompaniment, strings, piano, brass, reeds, percussion, bass, electronics and striking visual installation, you can be sure this will be a night to remember. “Their multifaceted approach to music transcends sound” – Totally Dublin

€10.00
28September
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap,CorkIreland

Daithi

Daithí Saturday 27th september Tickets on sale NOW! Long inspired by the sights, sounds and surroundings of Ireland, Daithí traces a more intimate though no less alive collision in his latest work. The two-time Choice Music Prize nominee builds on a signature unique formation of house music with a series of double A-sides that mark the most ambitious and personal adventure to date. This latest project was unearthed in isolation in rural France as communication with friends, family, and an all-consuming social media expanse was placed on pause. Time to breathe. “I became interested in the idea of how people deal with loss, and the different ways that they recover from it,” he notes. “I was at my lowest point, feeling like nothing would ever be okay again, and found myself writing all sorts of melodies and chords as a form of therapy, but at first couldn’t imagine getting to a place where I felt comfortable making songs out of them. This project scared me, but I’m also more proud of it than anything I’ve ever done.” Blessed with a spellbinding vocal turn from Bell X1 leader Paul Noonan, ‘Take the Wheel’ marks brave territory for Daithí as the track traverses haunting terrain where battered flags once laid down by Cave and Cohen thrash ominously in the distance. ‘In My Darkest Moments’, meanwhile, takes the listener on a more insular journey, with a maze-like build that bursts into a sea of opaque colours. The track was accompanied by a stunning video created in the west of Ireland, winning 3 shark awards and an emerging director award for Lochlainnn McKenna. ‘Orange’, featuring long time collaborator Sinead White, is an honest open exploration of heartbreak, laid bare in stunning clarity with Sinead’s incredible vocal. This year, ’Submarines’ is released, featuring Irish songwriter…

€10.00
29September
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap,CorkIreland

Sara Ryan Album Launch ( Breathe )

SARA RYAN ‘Breathe’ Debut Album Launch Tour 29th September – Connolly’s of Leap. Tickets – €10/12 Sara Ryan ‘Breathe’ “Embrace love and the light that shines within you”. This is the message uniting the themes behind Kildare-born, Cork-based songwriter Sara Ryan’s debut album Breathe. Through ten tracks Sara invites the listener to see the light in the dark and embrace hope. Breathe takes the listener on a journey of conscience, examining the power of social media and how detrimental it can be; detrimental to our connections with other humans and our perception of ourselves. Breathe is a social commentary speaking about subjects that need to be addressed – focusing on homelessness, direct provision and racism. Breathe embraces the struggle between feeling powerless over the injustices of the world and the injustices within the self. But the message of Breathe is hope. Sara asks the listener to go through the darkness, face it, and see the light through the cracks and follow your dreams. Nature also features as a theme throughout Breathe as a source of healing and an antidote to the damage modern society has on humankind. Sara showcases evocative vocals within every performance. Her sound creates a captivating soundscape, revealing a darker side simmering under the surface. She has shared the stage with artists such as Mick Flannery, Jack L, John Spillane, Wyvern Lingo and Luka Bloom; growing up singing everything from Christy Moore to Rory Gallagher, Damien Dempsey to The Doors, and Joni Mitchell to Bonnie Raitt. Her influences span out to a variety of places to create her sound, which is a colourful blend of folk, blues and soul. A new sound to Ireland, compiled with compelling raw lyrics to describe our world accompanied by a sound fuelled with passion and soul. Her debut single ‘Belle’ won…

October 2019
€10.0
04October
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap,CorkIreland

Women of Song Featuring Eve Clague Mide Houlihan & Queen Bonobo

Queen Bonobo and her band will make their debut appearance in West Cork at the notoriously lovely Connolly’s of Leap. This treat of a triple bill will feature three talented female songwriters, all from wee rural places, coming together to share a sweet and soulful evening. Maya Goldblum (aka Queen Bonobo) had the pleasure of spontaneously dancing with and sleeping on the couch of Eve Clague a while back in Cork, and the two jazz inspired artists immediately knew that they would come together for a gig. Connolly’s of Leap was the number one venue Maya wanted to play at in the South before heading back to the States and so she spoke with two of the most talented local songwriters, Eve Clague & Mide Houlihan to create an unforgettable night of music in the country.

€15.00
05October
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap,CorkIreland

Cool Earth at Connolly’s of Leap

A night not to be missed! A beautiful in the round gig with Mick Flannery, SON AKA Susan O’Neill, Mide Houlihan and more to be announced, a raffle with wonderful prizes, followed by a DJ set! All to raise funds for the amazing rainforest preservation NGO, Cool Earth. Recommended donation €15 or more if you can! Cool Earth is a non-for-profit organisation that empowers indigenous communities in the most vulnerable areas of rainforest to save the earths lungs, support native communities and promote biodiversity. “Helping Cool Earth to halt tropical deforestation makes a real difference. Perhaps the biggest difference we will make in our whole lives” – Sir David Attenborough The difference of your donation makes is a LOT. €60 can save one acre of rainforest. €5 can offset 1 metric tonne equivalent of Co2. We’re hoping this evening of fun can help save several acres of rainforest and will inspire the attendees to continue giving for years to come, making a huge difference in the survival of these beautiful regions. Learn More at https://www.coolearth.org

€20.00
13October
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap,CorkIreland

Scullion

In the summer of 1979 Sonny Condell was sharing a flat in Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin with Greg Boland who had played guitar on the recording of Camouflage, Sonny’s debut solo album on the Mulligan label. They were joined around this time by singer and harmonica player, Philip King who, having decided to quit teaching for a career in music, and had also become their flat mate. Boland had just left Irish band ‘Stagalee’ and they began doing some informal gigs together. King had also approached Mulligan with the aim of securing a solo album deal but, as the trio’s performances were being well received, the idea of combining the approach to Mulligan as a group became an attractive alternative. All that was needed was a collective name. Taking the story back three years to 1976 would find Condell and King playing together with Freddie White (Vocals / Guitar), Mick ‘Black Dog’ Daly (Vocals / Guitar), Dan Fitzgerald (Drums) and Eamon Doyle (Bass). This band was a fun relief for the members, all of whom were involved in other group and solo projects. King came up with the name ‘Scullion’ (meaning, a kitchen servant) for this collective and it was decided to use this name for the trio (Sonny Condell, Greg Boland and Philip King) that evolved from these sessions.   A record deal was agreed and in late 1979 the band went into Windmill Lane Studios, Dublin, to record with Irish producer PJ Curtis. At Curtis’ suggestion, Jimmy O’Brien Moran (Pipes) was brought in to add a Celtic flavor to the sound and the band was expanded to four. The debut ‘Scullion’ album was released in early 1980 and generated an increased demand for live performances. There followed a busy period of live performances including an appearance at the…

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