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Kitty Kelly
Kitty Kelly
May 6 all-day
Kitty Kelly
Kitty Kelly is a second generation Irish American whose grandparents came from Donegal and Galway. Her love for all things Irish and in particular Irish music, song and dance was nurtured from her time spent at her grandparents’ respective Irish resorts in East Durham, New York, the small hamlet affectionately known as the 33rd County. Kitty sang professionally with several Irish bands before forming her own band nine years ago.[...]
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East Durham Irish Festival and Memorial Day Weekend
East Durham’s Irish Festival 40th Anniversary Weekend
Kitty Kelly & Band
Kitty Kelly & Band
May 26 all-day
Kitty Kelly & Band
Kitty Kelly is a second generation Irish American whose grandparents came from Donegal and Galway. Her love for all things Irish and in particular Irish music, song and dance was nurtured from her time spent at her grandparents’ respective Irish resorts in East Durham, New York, the small hamlet affectionately known as the 33rd County. Kitty sang professionally with several Irish bands before forming her own band nine years ago.[...]
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Celtic Cross
Celtic Cross
May 27 all-day
Celtic Cross
  Celtic Cross is the legendary NYC seven-piece band fronted by Kathleen Fee, a talented singer-songwriter and her brothers John (accordion) & Kenny (fiddle) Vesey.   They are joined by a group of accomplished and skilled NYC players Wally Ensor on guitar, Pat Dineen on bass/keys, Frankie McCormick on mandolin/banjo, and Ryan Cavan on drums. Products of Irish parents, traditional Irish music roots, and American pop radio, Celtic Cross puts it[...]
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East Durham Irish Festival and Memorial Day Weekend
May 26 – May 28 all-day
East Durham’s Irish Festival 40th Anniversary Weekend
May 26 – May 27 all-day
Kitty Kelly & Band
May 26 all-day
Kitty Kelly is a second generation Irish American whose grandparents came from Donegal and Galway. Her love for all things Irish and in particular Irish music, song and dance was nurtured from her time spent at her grandparents’ respective Irish resorts in East Durham, New York, the small hamlet affectionately known as the 33rd County.

Kitty sang professionally with several Irish bands before forming her own band nine years ago. In 2008 her first CD “Catskill Fever” was released. The CD features well-known Irish musicians Joanie Madden, John Nolan, Buddy Connolly, Jerry O’Sullivan, Eamonn O’Rourke, Gabriel Donohue and many others including her brothers, father, cousin and uncle and has garnered favorable reviews from all who have heard it. Kitty is currently working on her next CD.

Kitty and her full 5-6 piece piece band play Festivals, Dances, Clubs, Concerts and Weddings throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut and Ohio. They are noted for their high energy, impressive instrumentation, stand out vocals and harmonies.

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Celtic Cross
May 27 all-day

 

Celtic Cross is the legendary NYC seven-piece band fronted by Kathleen Fee, a talented singer-songwriter and her brothers John (accordion) & Kenny (fiddle) Vesey.   They are joined by a group of accomplished and skilled NYC players Wally Ensor on guitar, Pat Dineen on bass/keys, Frankie McCormick on mandolin/banjo, and Ryan Cavan on drums.

Products of Irish parents, traditional Irish music roots, and American pop radio, Celtic Cross puts it all together in a very different way than what you will hear from most Celtic acts.  The band’s music tells great stories using the traditional on top of sassy pop, alt-country and funk playing.  They are a band’s band around the NYC Irish scene and will remind you of Fleetwood Mac or the B-52s with a heavy dose of Saw Doctors or Stockton’s Wing.

The band was founded in the Bronx in 1990 and has been making and breaking Irish music tradition all over the US and abroad ever since.   Celtic Cross are as long-running an Irish music act as you will find… but as fresh and edgy as ever with their 2014 CD Saoirse’s Heart achieving critical acclaim for its innovative production and songwriting.  The fourteen all-original tracks explore the lives of the Irish in America in uncharacteristic and revealing ways. The title track is an explosive rap/trad rebel song about The Troubles reverberating impact on an Irish immigrant’s life.   It’s a story you do not typically hear… but anyone Irish knows all too well.

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Andy Cooney and his Band
May 28 all-day
East Durham’s Irish Festival 40th Anniversary Weekend
May 28 – May 29 all-day
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Kitty Kelly Weekend at Gavin’s Irish Country Inn
Jun 2 all-day
Kitty Kelly is a second generation Irish American whose grandparents came from Donegal and Galway. Her love for all things Irish and in particular Irish music, song and dance was nurtured from her time spent at her grandparents’ respective Irish resorts in East Durham, New York, the small hamlet affectionately known as the 33rd County.

Kitty sang professionally with several Irish bands before forming her own band nine years ago. In 2008 her first CD “Catskill Fever” was released. The CD features well-known Irish musicians Joanie Madden, John Nolan, Buddy Connolly, Jerry O’Sullivan, Eamonn O’Rourke, Gabriel Donohue and many others including her brothers, father, cousin and uncle and has garnered favorable reviews from all who have heard it. Kitty is currently working on her next CD.

Kitty and her full 5-6 piece piece band play Festivals, Dances, Clubs, Concerts and Weddings throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut and Ohio. They are noted for their high energy, impressive instrumentation, stand out vocals and harmonies.

Steak, Shrimp & Clambake Weekend
Jun 2 – Jun 4 all-day
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Kitty Kelly Weekend at Gavin’s Irish Country Inn
Jun 3 all-day
Kitty Kelly is a second generation Irish American whose grandparents came from Donegal and Galway. Her love for all things Irish and in particular Irish music, song and dance was nurtured from her time spent at her grandparents’ respective Irish resorts in East Durham, New York, the small hamlet affectionately known as the 33rd County.

Kitty sang professionally with several Irish bands before forming her own band nine years ago. In 2008 her first CD “Catskill Fever” was released. The CD features well-known Irish musicians Joanie Madden, John Nolan, Buddy Connolly, Jerry O’Sullivan, Eamonn O’Rourke, Gabriel Donohue and many others including her brothers, father, cousin and uncle and has garnered favorable reviews from all who have heard it. Kitty is currently working on her next CD.

Kitty and her full 5-6 piece piece band play Festivals, Dances, Clubs, Concerts and Weddings throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut and Ohio. They are noted for their high energy, impressive instrumentation, stand out vocals and harmonies.

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Red Hat Spring Fling At Gavin’s Irish Country Inn
Jun 7 – Jun 9 all-day