October Bank Holiday Weekend in the INEC never looked as good with Imelda May, Christy Moore, and The Wolfetones. The Gleneagle Ballroom hosts Country Crooners Michael English, Mike Denver and Michael Collins and an All Irish line up in the Acoustic Club with Dáithí, Kormac, Overhead The Albatross, Sample Answer and Craig Gallagher.
Imelda May returns with a stunning transformation Saturday October 28th. Having shed her familiar style the famous Rockabilly Queen is back with a big, brassy soulful album Life.Love.Flesh.Blood.
Produced by the legendary T Bone Burnett, ‘Life. Love. Flesh. Blood’ was recorded over seven days in Los Angeles and features musical contributions from Jeff Beck (on ‘Black Tears’) and Jools Holland (on ‘When It’s My Time’). Entering the Irish Charts at No 2 the album spent ten weeks in the top ten and now she is bringing her new sound and look back to Killarney.
Christy Moore will delight audiences once again Friday October 27th. One of the most compelling and inspirational musicians Ireland has ever seen he continues to entertain; cementing him as an Irish icon.
Christy’s latest album is due for release this November. The double CD of 20+ songs consists of new live recordings of Christy’s biggest and best loved hits that span his extensive career. The songs are newly recorded live versions captured in venues across Ireland and Scotland.
Legendary ballad singers The Wolfetones round off the weekend Sunday October 29th. Arguably Ireland’s most iconic group, now in their 54th year on the road, The Wolfe Tones have chosen the INEC Killarney to present A Greatest Hits Performance.
Hear the songs and ballads that helped to create a legend of Irish music, from Streets of New York to Celtic Symphony, A Nation Once Again to Irish Eyes, The Wolfe Tones will once again raise the roof in their own inimitable style. Early booking is advised to be present at what promises to be an historic performance at the INEC and yet another in The Wolfe Tones illustrious six decade career!
The Gleneagle Hotel hosts a Memorial Weekend Country against Cancer from October 27th to 29th featuring Michael Collins and Patrick Feeney Friday night, Saturday with Mike Denver and Trudi Lalor, Sunday Afternoon Céilí with Uí Bhriain followed by Michael English and many more of your favourite Country artists. All weekend’s process go to Marymount Hospice and The Kerry Cancer Link Bus.
The INEC Acoustic Club hosts a full weekend of home grown musical talent. Craig Gallagher, a 23 year old Dublin singer songwriter, has been developing his live skills on the Dublin pub scene and touring across Ireland, UK & Europe with fellow Dubliner Gavin James on his sold out tours. Mentioned as Hotpress One to Watch for 2017 the talented musician makes his debut in the INEC Acoustic Club Friday October 27th.
In association with SPIN South West Future Sounds returns Sunday October 29th with Spotlight. Join us for an intimate gig with the freshest Irish Musical talent on the air waves today, Sample Answer, Overhead – The Albatross, Dáithí and Kormac. Tickets only €22.90 on sale now. Over 18’s only.