All gigs 9-11.30pm
Facebook page – Live Music Nights at Letterkenny Golf Club
Jan 2nd, Feb 6th, Mar 12th & Apr 2nd
Our new program of music once again kicks of with legendary Derry alto saxophonist and clarinettist Gay McIntyre. Gay has maintained a successful career as a musician for over six decades with associations including Acker Bilk, Kenny Ball and Nat King Cole.
MARK BRADLEY TRIO
One quarter Met Quartet and one fifth Jazz Gazette, Mark has played trumpet and coronet on the North West jazz scene for over twenty years. From swing through to bebop, he teams his smooth vocals and effortless instrumental phrasing to bring you an evening of jazz at its best.
THE ARTFUL DODGERS
Jan 9th, Feb 13th & Apr 9th
This entertaining duo perform classic songbook jazz songs as well as hits from the 50s 60s and 70 s. Listen out for some Ry Cooder, Randy Newman and maybe even The Andrew Sisters from Egon Callery (guitar/vocals) and Sean McCarron (sax/percussion).
THE JO LOUISE TRIO
Jan 16th, Feb 20th, Mar 19th & Apr 16th
Letterkenny Golf Club Bar & Social Club are delighted to welcome back the popular and entertaining singer Jo Louise, who brings with her the songs of Ella Fitzgerald and more. Accompanied by Michael Doherty on clarinet and saxophone and Emmet Doherty on guitar. Why not make a night of it and book a table at the Michelin Guide recommended Browns on the Green.
Jan 30th & Apr 30th
Paul is known locally for intimate gigs but he can also be found at guitar festivals or on the concert stage alongside the world’s foremost acoustic guitarists. He will be joined by fellow Ramelton musician, Percy Robinson on guitar.
TRANSITION SWING with TRIONA SWEENEY
February 27th & April 23rd
Local gypsy jazz and clarinet duo play the music of the legendary Django Reinhardt and the Hot Club of Paris while guest vocalist Triona adds a touch of French Chanson and New Orleans blues. Donal Casey (guitar) and Greg Payne (clarinet/guitar).
THE MEN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH
Tonights’ all-singing act have managed to find an eclectic mix of jazz, country-blues and folk with an Hawaiian feel. Egon Callery (guitar/mandolin/harmonica), Percy Robinson (guitar/dobro) and Sean McCarron (sax/percussion).
RAGGLE AGUS TAGGLE
This local act play a program of trad, folk, delta blues and jazz. Following on from appearances on BBC Radio Ulster and Radio na Gaelteachta, 2016 sees the launch of their first studio album. Stephen Brehony (fiddle, banjo, tin whistle and mandolin), Ciaran MacGiolla (guitar and vocals) and Jo Kerr (bongos and bass).
Full Bar – Open to the Public
Bar Food andBrowns on the Green restaurant orders up till 9pm
Call 074 9124771