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Casey Black

Thu 7th Sep, 9:00 pm

€12 in advance / €15 on the door

Casey Black is the Nashville-born, Columbia-University-educated, gravel-voiced, literary singer-songwriting son of Charlie Black, NSAI Hall of Fame songwriter of more than a dozen #1 country hits. Casey wrote his first song at twelve years old, released his first "record" three years later (a cassette of songs he recorded in his basement on his father's hand-me-down equipment), and signed with EMI Music Publishing Nashville at nineteen, making him one of the youngest staff songwriters on Mus.....more info

Colm Fitzpatrick

Fri 8th Sep, 9:00 pm


Colm Fitzpatrick, multi award-winning singer and songwriter, has enriched the music scene with his gifted ability to speak to the soul with a diverse and eclectic range of genres and styles of music, from the sweetest lullabies to the darkest of melodic outpourings. An accomplished and versatile composer and classical guitarist, Fitzpatrick’s work is inimitable in its ability to bring the listener on a rousing and, often, emotional journey. The title track of his de.....more info

#SFSH & #CL presents; This Is How We Fly

Fri 15th Sep, 9:00 pm


Sounds from a Safe Harbour and Coughlans Live presents; This Is How We Fly Traditional music, wherever you find it, has not stood aloof from the tools of change that characterize life in our modern world. As you listen to This is How we Fly, you might find yourself raising delightful questions as to the place, potency and possibilities of old music in a new environment. Or you might find yourself released from the games your mind likes to play, as you submit to its .....more info

#SFSH & #CL presents; Ye Vagabonds

Sat 16th Sep, 3:00 pm


Sounds from a Safe Harbour and Coughlans Live presents; Ye Vagabonds “They remind me of my first days at ‘Les Cousins’ in Soho in 1965... Ye Vagabonds are a modern expression of a tradition that is truly robust and important to these islands.” - Roy Harper “Going backwards to go forwards, [Ye Vagabonds] look not to modern day influence to inspire their sound but prefer to absorb and reflect the most genuine leanings of deep traditi.....more info

#SFSH & #CL presents; Mono Lo (David Kitt)

Sat 16th Sep, 7:30 pm


Sounds from a Safe Harbour and Coughlans Live presents; Mono Lo Mona Lo is a collaboration between Irish musician/producer David Kitt and Australian musician Margie Jean Lewis with an experimental approach combining fragments of traditional song structures, acoustic instrumentation, found sounds and electronics. They are currently working on their debut album to be performed for the first time at SFSH." ..more info

Alan Kelly Gang & Eddi Reader

Sun 17th Sep, 8:00 pm


Powerful, emotive and critically acclaimed Traditional Irish band, Alan Kelly Gang reunite with Scotland’s mesmerizing songstress, Eddi Reader (of Fairground Attraction fame) and Trashcan Sinatra’s guitarist and songwriter, John Douglas, performing all new material from their latest album The Last Bell. Sheer musical synergy in its most natural form, once a collaboration, now a band, their performances have been praised for leaving audiences spellbound; Scotland’s The Living Tradition magazi.....more info

#CLMF'17 - Marlene Enright & Band with Brian Casey

Wed 27th Sep, 9:00 pm


Marlene Enright & Band play Coughlans Music Festival '17 in support of her remarkable and beautiful new album 'Placemats and Second Cuts' with special guest Brian Casey. "brilliantly played and superbly produced...ambitious, free-flowing alternative pop songs….a seriously accomplished debut album” ****The Irish Times “Enright’s solo album Placemats And Second Cuts is a rich release...harmonies, organ-lines, spacious arrangements, rolling rhythms and Enright.....more info

#CLMF'17 - Marc O' Reilly & Jasper Høiby

Thu 28th Sep, 9:00 pm


Guaranteed to be a stunning show at Coughlans Live Music Festival '17 with the magical pairing of Irish Blues Roots troubadour Marc' O Reilly and sensational Danish Jazz Double Bass player Jasper Høiby. With special guest David Hope. Sensational, Irish roots music has a new star – Roots & Fusion UK A most assured and confident set of tunes – **** R2 UK A scintillating album – Folkwords UK .....more info

#CLMF17- Niall Connolly

Fri 29th Sep, 7:30 pm


Coughlans Live Music Festival '17. Niall Connolly and Band 'Dream Your Way Out Of This One' Album Release with special guests All Night Chemists EARLY GIG 7.30pm Niall Connolly returns to Coughlan's as part of a worldwide tour celebrating the release of his 8th studio album 'Dream Your Way Out of This One'. A highly engaging and entertaining storyteller and performer, Connolly has played sever.....more info

#CLMF'17- Mick Flannery (Sold Out)

Sat 30th Sep, 3:30 pm


Mick Flannery returns to perform art Coughlans Live Music Festival '17. (SOLD OUT) In the end of the day and the heel of the hunt, you’re left with the songs. Everything else comes and goes – the shows and the tours and the applause and the acclaim which goes with them, the prattle and the palaver which accompany an album release. Everything else fades out of view. Everything else doesn’t matter in the long run. ..more info

#CLMF'17 - John Smith (Sold Out)

Sat 30th Sep, 7:30 pm


On Sale this Friday from 9am. John Smith is told almost every day that he has the most common name in the world. However, other than the name, there is nothing commonplace about him. John has played to audiences all over the world, in living rooms, festival tents and sold-out concert halls. He tours relentlessly with a guitar and a suitcase, sometimes with a small band, always looking to communicate through a song and to share something intangible with those willing to list.....more info

#CLMF'17- Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh

Sun 1st Oct, 7:30 pm


Coughlans Live Music Festival '17. Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh makes music on a 10- string fiddle called the hardanger d'amore, and travels the world as a solo musician, in duos with Dan Trueman, Mick O'Brien and Brendan Begley, and as a member of The Gloaming and This is How we Fly. He has performed on some of the most beautiful stages in the world, including the Sydney Opera House, the Royal Albert Hall and the Lincoln.....more info

#CLMF'17- Scullion

Sun 1st Oct, 3:30 pm


Coughlans Live Music Festival '17 - 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.....more info

Lisa O' Neill

Fri 13th Oct, 9:00 pm


Lisa spent a few months last year and again this year as special guest touring with The Divine Comedy throughout Europe. Last April Lisa took part in the 1916 commemorations at the National Concert Hall. She has shared the stage over the years with Martin Hayes, Paul Brady, Glen Hansard, Peggy Seeger, Kevin Rowland and many more. Lisa will headline the Old Queen’s Head, London in October. “…Lisa O’ Neill is the purest music artist I have come across in a long time. She is a true Artist - tota.....more info

Cry Monster Cry & guest Sara Ryan

Sun 15th Oct, 9:00 pm


Change is inevitable. It’s the very essence of music. Times, tempos, rhythms, energies, moods, feelings. Music can present the exciting, the profound, the known and the new through these changes. Following on from the success of their debut album, “Rhythm of Dawn”, released to critical acclaim in 2015, Cry Monster Cry return with a sound that has changed. The music still contains the tight fraternal harmonies, evocative lyrics and dynamic instrumentation that brothers Richie.....more info

John Blek 'Catharsis Vol.1' Album Launch

Fri 17th Nov, 9:00 pm


“I spent much of the early part of 2017 in and out of hospital with some mysterious illness that was intent on wasting my now 30-year-old body. My energy was at an all time low and all that gave me joy had been stripped or put on hold. All but my guitar and what was left of my feeble voice. So to fill the days and occupy my mind, I wrote. I wrote of resilience, of pain and uncertainty. Of new love through fevered dreams, of strength, hope, distance, sedation and the cure. I did it every da.....more info