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April 2020
€10
04April
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap,CorkIreland

Vinyl below & Paul T

Vinyl below are back down Whhhest ! After a successful outing last August in Connollys we are delighted to announce their return to the majestic venue on April 4th. House music all night & Tunes from 8. Tickets €10 + booking fee

€12
13April
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap,CorkIreland

Two Time Polka

Connolly’s of Leap presents… Two Times Polka! Easter Monday, April 13th Tickets available via uTicket. . . . Award winning Irish group Two Time Polka play a fiery mixture of Cajun, Bluegrass and Rock ’n’ Roll music. They are known to spice up their live performances with flavours such as tangos and east European tunes. With five albums to their credit, Two Time Polka has proven popular with radio stations receiving both national and international airplay. Catch them at Connolly’s this Easter

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

Kenny Dread, The Bella Coola and Mantra Mana Ma

Kenny Dread is thrilled to curate a spring bash with the freshest new West Cork bands! Kenny is doing a groove set focussed on reggae and funky influenced material with a tight ensemble featuring the mighty Alan John Brooks on bass, Brendan Connolly on guitar, Sarah Greenham Taylor on keyboards and harmonies, and Rik Appleby slapping the cajon. The Bella Coola are that rare thing in the West of Ireland: A bonafide groovy funk n soul band with two excellent lead singers in Katrina O’Kane and Dale Holland, a sax/flute horn section, and sprinkles of electronica samples. Mantra Mana Ma have emerged as an intriguing synthesis of world music, pop song, and chanting. Evocative singer Corinna Fisher plays the Indian harmonium and sings in several languages alongside guitarist Rik Appleby and South African percussionist/kora player Jonathan Barlow. Event Artwork by Joanne Neville www.joanneneville.com – PASS THE HAT GIG – FREE ADMISSION – WEST CORK FRESH –

May 2020
€10
03May
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap,CorkIreland

The Bonny Men

Connolly’s of Leap presents.. The Bonny Men   Sunday, May 3rd   Tickets available via uTicket   . . .   The Bonny Men Having just released their third studio album, The Broken Pledge to critical acclaim, The Bonny Men will take the stage in Connolly’s to deliver a pulsating and high-octane gig for the May Bank Holiday 2020! Legendary musician Steve Cooney has described The Bonny Men’s new album as “daring and unstoppable” and this will certainly be the case for their live performance on Sunday the 3 rd of March. This seven-piece have musical credentials admired by many, with a long list of awards including young musician of the year for their Uilleann Piper, Maitiú Ó Casaide, and multiple World Bodhrán Champion, Conor Lyons. The distinguished sound of the band brings a contemporary flair to the heart and core of traditional Irish music and has seen their following swell in their nine years playing together. With newly crafted arrangements, intriguing sounds and a delivery that is never shy of character or personality, this May Bank Holiday gig will be guaranteed to be a musical experience from start to finish! "The Bonny Men have delivered another vibrant collection of well-tempered tunes and songs with extended and dynamic arrangements that unfold with surprising twists and turns…daring and unstoppable!”-Steve Cooney. “While others look to subvert convention, this seven-piece’s mastery is in their playing”-Sunday Times. “A reputation for electric live performances with an energy reminiscent of the legendary Bothy Band” – Hot Press. “They are on the right track and Irish music is in safe hands” – Mick O’Connor www.thebonnymen.ie The Broken Pledge Promo Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUZifjq1SAE The Broken Pledge Full Album: https://open.spotify.com/album/4ZMNBtUByg5BuvGgs2l1Wu

€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.

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