- Our History
- Visit The Red Stag Pub
- Live Music
- Special Events and Dinners
All are welcome to enjoy an evening of culture, live music & entertainment, and good craic!
Doors open at 6:30 PM, with beer, wine, soda and light snacks available for purchase.
The program starts at 7:30 PM and ends around 10:30 PM with a 20-30 minute intermission.
Timlin & Kane, well known in the Philadelphia area, this duo has been playing to great acclaim for audiences throughout the East Coast and beyond for over thirty eight years. Gerry was born in Ireland where he developed an early interest in traditional Irish music and Tom Kane, born in Philadelphia of Irish/Welsh stock, heard the music from his earliest remembrances. Over the years, Gerry’s love of music expanded to include Scottish, American, Canadian, and Australian folk music as well. He moved to the USA in the early seventies where he teamed up with Tom. While playing the clubs and pubs of that time, Gerry and Tom played popular folk music and began to incorporate more Irish traditional and folk music that their audiences continue to enjoy.
O’Grady Quinlan Dancers – The O’Grady Quinlan Academy was founded in 2005, the result of an exciting merger between two popular well-established Lehigh Valley’s Irish Dance schools – the Maureen O’Grady School of Irish Dance and the Quinlan Academy of Irish Dance. They offer students more than two decades of teaching leadership, a top notch roster of teachers certified by the Irish An Comisiun le Rince Galeacha and a cutting edge new training facility. O’Grady Quinlan dancers receive world class Irish Dance training and instruction to equip them to compete, perform and develop leadership skills that will carry them through life.
Bud Burroughs is a Philadelphia area multi-instrumentalist who has been active in the Irish music scene for over two decades, primarily on bouzouki and button accordion. He also performs regionally and nationally with Americana stalwarts Boris Garcia, and with Grateful Dead tribute Box of Rain, and frequently records and performs with a variety of other musicians.
Patrick Carroll is a Bucks County native. He played the whistle as a teenager and was encouraged to play the pipes under the guidance of the great Waterford piper, David Power. Patrick’s piping is strongly influenced by the “Armagh Pipers” style of playing, which employs legato and staccato techniques, elements which are heard to great effect in his playing. Patrick now resides in Montgomery County where he frequently plays at ceilis, local sessions, performances, and teaches.
Mary Malone is a classically trained violinist who studied with the late Frank Costanzo of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Her father put a fiddle in her hands when she was 9 years old, and instilled a great pride for their Irish heritage that led to her great love for Irish traditional music. She plays fiddle in local Irish trad seisiúns, has performed internationally with her husband Den, and regularly performs with other Philly-based Irish musicians. She has a B.A. in Computer Science from La Salle University, an M.S. in Computer Science from Villanova University, and holds a “day job” as principal product engineer and architect for Comcast.
Den Vykopal has been playing music, mostly woodwind instruments, since he was a young boy growing up in what is now the Czech Republic. Though mostly self-taught, Den initially learned from his father and played professionally in bands with him from the time he was 12 years old. An accomplished multi-instrumentalist and singer, he made his way to the USA as a musician on the Norwegian Cruise Lines in 1978. Following a recommendation that he would have “more fun” playing music with the Irish, and having discovered flautists Sir James Galway, and Matt Molloy, Den began playing Irish traditional music in the mid-1990’s. He plays simple system wooden flute, Irish uilleann pipes, electronic V-pipes and whistle.
Tickets: $15, $20 at the door
One event on October 19, 2019 at 9:00 pm
One event on November 22, 2019 at 9:00 pm
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