To find a unique voice on so ubiquitous an instrument as the acoustic guitar is quite an achievement: to do so within a centuries old idiom where the instrument has no real history is truly remarkable. In little over ten years as a professional musician Tony McManus has come to be recognised throughout the world as the leading guitarist in Celtic Music. From early childhood his twin obsessions of traditional music and acoustic guitar have worked together to produce a startlingly original approach to this ancient art. In Tony’s hands the complex ornamentation normally associated with fiddles and pipes are accurately transferred to guitar in a way that preserves the integrity and emotional impact of the music.
$20 seats | $10 standing 8 seats and 6 standing spots left!
To order tickets, please send me an email: Tom@boghat.com and I will let you know if you got them and you canpay at the door!
Folks – this guy will blow you away! Check out this YouTube if you don’t believe me: http://youtu.be/XLVsrlObxO8
Wednesday November 16 – The Three Tenors – Owen Marshall, Glen Loper and Matt Shipman explore the dark side of the tenor banjo!
Wednesday November 23 – Velocipede – (Julia Plumb, fiddle and Baron Collins-Hill, mandolin and tenor guitar)
Hailing from Portland and Oakland, Maine, Velocipede presents a smorgasbord of tunes from Scandinavia, Quebec, New England, and Appalachia, and will even serve up a tune or two in honor of Irish night. Guaranteed to make you want to eat all five kinds of pie at your Thanksgiving dinner.
Wednesday November 30 – Joe Walsh
Wednesday December 7 – Tyler Lienhardt and friends
Wednesday December 14 – Matt Shipman
Wednesday December 21 – No Irish Night!
Wednesday December 28 – David Surette & Owen Marshall