TOP IRISH COUNTRY BANDS.

AT THE WEST'S NO. 1 VENUE.

McWilliam Park Summer Festival 2019

May 31st - june 2nd 2019

31st May, Derek Ryan, 1st June, Michael English, 2nd June, TR Dallas & Mike Denver.

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McWilliam Park Summer Festival

Derek Ryan, From the age of twelve, Derek Ryan had musical aspirations performing regularly at social events with his brother Adrian as the Ryan Brothers. Having grown up in Garyhill near Carlow town, Derek was bred into loving Irish traditional music by his family. Derek took part in fleadh ceoils and became a winner of two all-Ireland titles in both bodhrán and ceili drumming.

Michael English, At the age of nine, MIchael started studying the piano formally at the Hennessy School of Music in Carlow. In 1990, he appeared on Gay Byrne's The Late Late Show television programme at age 11. He continued his musical studies the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin and launched an Irish country music career. Henry McMahon of The Mainliners offered him one of his own compositions, "The Nearest to Perfect" that became a hit for English in 1999. Signing a contract with Ritz Records, English won Best International Entertainer at the Irish National Entertainers Awards ceremony in both 2004 and 2005.[1] He went on to record a number of albums, and a number of single hits with Dolphin / Roscas Recording

TR Dallas, is an Irish country singer.[1] Dallas appeared on the Irish music scene in 1970 and has since become known across the British isles.[2] The singer's real name is Tom Allen and he is the brother of Foster and Allen's, Tony Allen. He was born in Mount Temple Moate, Co. Westmeath, Ireland and first came to prominence in 1970 when he joined the Finnavons Showband which had previously been fronted by Gerry Black

Mike Denver, is an Irish country singer. Starting touring at age 16, he later on met manager Willie Carty who signed him. Denver recorded his first album Wings to Fly in 2003. In 2008, he recorded a song with George Jones titled "The Real Deal". He has released a number of albums. His 2016 album Cut Loose reached number 1 in the Irish album charts. Mike was awarded Entertainer of the Year in 2016.

Patrick Feeney’s Music Weekend 2019

Sept 13th - 15th

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Patrick Feeney was born to sing and from the age of four he wanted to be on stage with his father who played in a local band.

His phenomenal success, especially over the past few years, is summed up in three words from the title of Patrick’s first album, back in 2003 – that title says it’s all… Thanks to You.

Patrick’s work with his dance band, plus his concert career as one third of the sensationally successful Three Amigos, the others being Jimmy Buckley and Robert Mizzell, has resulted in sold-out shows and many national and international TV appearances.

Michael English Music Weekend 2019

Nov 1st - 3rd

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At the age of nine, MIchael started studying the piano formally at the Hennessy School of Music in Carlow. In 1990, he appeared on Gay Byrne's The Late Late Show television programme at age 11. He continued his musical studies the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin and launched an Irish country music career. Henry McMahon of The Mainliners offered him one of his own compositions, "The Nearest to Perfect" that became a hit for English in 1999. Signing a contract with Ritz Records, English won Best International Entertainer at the Irish National Entertainers Awards ceremony in both 2004 and 2005.[1] He went on to record a number of albums, and a number of single hits with Dolphin / Roscas Recording

Stuart Moyles Music Weekend 2019

Nov 29th - Dec 1st

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Over the past couple of years the popular singer has played on music weekends and concerts for the likes of Nathan Carter, Michael English, Gerry Guthrie and is constantly in demand for live gigs. When not on the stage Stuart is busy recording new material and can be heard on various Radio Stations the length and breath of the country.